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Top Family Attractions in the UK

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The UK has some of the best family attractions for you to enjoy. Whether you’re planning a summer staycation, romantic weekend away or family holiday, these top family attractions are a must. From theme parks and zoos to unique beauty spots and zip lines, there is plenty of fun to be had across the UK. Check out some of these top family attractions in the UK which are all family-friendly and a great addition to your holiday plans. 

Alton Towers

A fantastic theme park in Stoke-on-Trent which is surrounded by beautiful countryside in Staffordshire. Set amongst 500 acres of land, Alton Towers is a beautiful theme park with over 40 rides including 10 rollercoasters and several themed lands. There are plenty of accommodation options so you can enjoy a short break at Alton Towers including themed hotels, luxury treehouses and stargazing pods. On-site, there is also an indoor water park, spa, dungeon, mini-golf and a rollercoaster themed restaurant. 

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Alton Towers Wicker Man Ride
Wicker Man

London Eye

It is one of the most popular attractions in the capital. Provisioning spectacular panoramic views of the city, Westminster and the River Thames, this is a must-do when visiting London. Fun for the whole family, the London Eye is a great way for your little ones to experience heights and see London from the sky. Close by to the London Eye is the SEA LIFE London Aquarium and Shrek’s Adventure – providing hours of entertainment for the whole family. 

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London Eye
London Eye

Edinburgh Zoo 

If you’re planning to visit the capital of Scotland, a trip to Edinburgh Zoo is a must. The 82-acre zoo is home to over 181 species of animals and is located on Corstorphine Hill which provides amazing views of the city. Edinburgh Zoo is a fun day out for the whole family with giant panda exhibits, penguin rock and tiger tracks as well as special events and experiences including talks from the keepers and meeting the animals. 

Beamish

A popular open-air museum in County Durham where visitors can experience the life of the North East of England during the 1820s, 1900s, 1940s and 1950s. Explore the 1900s town where there is a bakery, pub, sweet shop, bank, fairground and tea rooms as well as the 1900s pit village, railway station and 1940s farm. This is a fun day out where you can learn about the history of the local area and of course, buy some unique souvenirs to take home. 

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Tram at Beamish Museum
Tram at Beamish Museum

Zip World 

If you’re looking for some adrenaline-fuelled fun with your family, Zip World is a fantastic place to visit. Located in North Wales, visitors can experience the fastest zipline in the world, Velocity 2 which soars over Penrhyn Quarry. Boasting magnificent views and a thrilling experience, Zip World is not for the faint-hearted as you’ll travel up to 100mph flying headfirst down the zip line. On-site at Penrhyn Quarry there is also a restaurant with panoramic views and quarry tours available. 

Warner Brothers Studio Tour London: The Making of Harry Potter

A must-do attraction for any Harry Potter fan. Visitors can explore the film sets, walk through the exhibits where there are thousands of props from the films, discover behind-the-scenes magic and even drink butterbeer! The walkthrough studio tour is a fantastic attraction for film fans of all ages. So whether you’re a novice when it comes to Harry Potter or consider yourself a wizard expert, the studio tour will impress everyone. 

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Warner Brothers Studio Tour London: The Making of Harry Potter
Warner Brothers Studio Tour London: The Making of Harry Potter

Stonehenge

A historical landmark in Somerset. One of the wonders of the world, it is one of the most popular prehistoric landmarks in Europe and a great place to visit with the whole family. The English Heritage site is a fantastic place to visit with little ones who can learn more about the historical monument. There is a visitor centre, exhibition, cafe, shop and ancient playground to enjoy too. Families can explore the site and even enjoy a picnic with a view. 

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