Places to visit with kids this half-term

Half term has crept up on us very quickly since Easter, and many of us may still be suffering from a financial hangover from the Easter period – keeping the kids entertained doesn’t come cheap! has plenty of days out vouchers to lessen the strain on your wallet this half term. Here are a few half term days out ideas…

Cadbury World

Cadbury World - Top UK attractionAny of your kids got a sweet tooth? We’re sure most of them have, which is why a visit to Cadbury World is bound to be a winner. Browse around 14 amazing zones which will teach you about the history of chocolate, the history of Cadbury’s chocolate and their famous advertising campaigns along with plenty of tasters and the chance to purchase some of your favourite products in their fantastic shop. At the moment you can save up to 20% on admission for up to 6 people with our Cadbury World vouchers.

Thorpe Park

Why not head to ‘The Nation’s Thrill Capital’ for the day with the little ones. A trip to Thorpe Park will be a favourite with the adrenaline junkies amongst us; yet there is still plenty to do for the younger children. Be scared silly on SAW ALIVE and SAW- The Ride, as well as other thrillers like Nemesis Inferno, Samurai and Stealth. At the moment you can save a packet if you book in advance online, leaving you more money to spend on site.

Blackpool Pleasure Beach

Kids love Blackpool; the seaside, the arcades, the traditional attractions, and of course, Blackpool Pleasure Beach. The Pleasure Beach is home to some of the best traditional wooden roller coasters in the UK, like The Grand National, The Big Dipper and other favourites like Steeplechase, Valhalla and the Pepsi Max Big One. You can save money on admission by using a voucher for Blackpool Pleasure Beach. Currently you can get 3 for 2 on wristbands; perfect if you’ve got a big family or are going as a group.

Knowsley Safari Park Sea Lion showKnowsley Safari Park

If your kids love wildlife then why not venture out in the car for a day out at the Safari Park. Spot a variety of monkeys, African wild dog, elephants, giraffe and ostrich, then go and to see the animals at Mizzy Lake farm and watch the sea lion show. There is also a range of amusement rides to have a go on. At the moment kids go free with a printable voucher, so that will shave pounds off admission costs automatically.

Drayton Manor Park

Drayton Manor is a perfect day out idea for a family of all ages. Get your adrenaline fix on Apocalypse, G-Force and The Bounty and then chill out at Thomas Land for some nostalgic fun. Drayton Manor Park also has a wildlife and conservation area, so those wildlife buffs can get their fix as well. At the moment you can get 2 for 1 on admission with, as well as £5 off in the Park’s gift shop.

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Written by Rachael


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