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If you time your trip right, ‘Kid’s week’ offers tickets as cheap as £1!
Open all year round, experience the gorgeous summer or a Victorian Christmas as you steam your way down the track.
Don’t forget to check out the ice skating rink, open all year round and suitable for kids of all ages.
If that’s not for you, the Spectrum also contains ten pin bowling, Specky’s Pirate Ship and a range of sporting activities. Best for: Rainy days Keep your kids active with this great indoor trampoline park.
Best for: Getting active With a stunning backdrop and surrounded by a beautiful moat, this castle really does bring history to life.
Built during the reign of Richard the Lionheart, your kids will love exploring and getting involved with all the great activities.
They can visit the Medieval town, become a knight or princess and find out what Medieval food tasted like (surprisingly good! This won’t be just any trip to a castle, it will be an unforgettable day, doused in history and learning.
See the fairytales come to life in this enchanting forest, full of magic and destiny.Take a guided tour as you discover mystery and history beneath your feet.Originally dug for chalk, they are now a huge tourist attraction, with stories on the Druids, Roman, Saxons, smugglings and even murder!Take a dip in the swimming pool, which boasts flumes, a tyre ride and a wave machine.For those braver kids there’s a diving pool with boards at 1, 3 and 5 meters high.