There are loads of different tourist attractions across England, but some you may not have realized are there…

The Blue Pool – Wareham, Dorset 

The Blue Pool is a stunning Lagoon surrounded in woodland. As well as having a tea room and teddy bear museum, there is various walks you can do which are signposted on route. Some of these lead to the adventure playground in the forest. http://www.bluepooltearooms.co.uk/

Wray castle – Hawkshead, Cumbria

Wray Castle is a beautiful medieval-style castle situated near lake Windermere, in which you can catch a boat from the grounds to a few stops around Windermere. The house itself is well and truly children orientated! Every room has children’s games,dress up and puzzles so they can run free! https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/wray-castle

Blenheim Palace – Woodstock, Oxfordshire

This is a brilliant place to visit . There is one half of the ground which has the palace, gardens, various cafes and restaurants and large gift shop. The other half which has a butterfly house, cafe, occasional big screen, art rooms for painting pottery and deco patch, maze, small museum rooms, adventure play area and large outdoor chess. There is a small train which links the sites which costs 50p per person. http://www.blenheimpalace.com/

RAF Hendon – Hendon, London

RAF Hendon is brilliant because you can see old fighter planes, cars and boats. There is also a large science discovery area which has lots of fun experiments which you can try out. Across the car park is another building full of boats and one which contains a set up with model people with animated faces talking about the war and a cafe. You also get the opportunity of walking thorough an old plane. http://www.rafmuseum.org.uk/london/

Hatfield House – Hatfield, Hertfordshire

Hatfield house has a stunning house and beautiful gardens. There is also interesting shops along with a cafe and a large play area with a mock-up climbing frame of the house. There is a small separate farm in the grounds where you can ride a tractor. http://www.hatfield-house.co.uk/

Hampton Court Palace – East Moseley, London

Hampton court is an amazing building which is incredible to look at because of it sheer scale. My favourite part of it is its amazing kitchens which seem to go on for ever. The gardens are also stunning. Hampton court has a near to impossible maze, cafe, rose garden and a gift shop. http://www.hrp.org.uk/hampton-court-palace/

Weymouth Sealife Center – Weymouth, Dorset

Weymouth Sea Life Center is great because it has really family friendly feel. It’s outside but has small domes all over the grounds which are designed to be like different places around the world i.e. The Amazon. It also has small rides which are mainly for younger children, as well as a small outdoor pool with an obstacle course around it. https://www2.visitsealife.com/weymouth/

Wrest park – Bedford, Bedfordshire

Wrest park is an amazing, it has beautiful grounds as well as the house. There is a small dome beyond the lake which has lots of windingpassages into attics and basements. It so fascinating. As well as the dome and house Wrest Park has a play area, cafe, gift shop and golf carts which take you back and forward from the house to the dome. http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/wrest-park/

Corfe castle – Wareham, Dorset

Corfe castle is a beautiful ruin of a castle. It us situated on a hill overlooking rolling countryside. Looking round the castle is amazing, but it’s defiantly not for people who are scared of heights! Before you go in to the castles grounds you have to go through the stunning village of Corfe, which has cobbled streets and beautiful shops. http://corfe-castle.co.uk/

Aldenham Country Park – Radlett, Hertfordshire

Aldenham country park is great place for a family day out. It has a farm, play area, adventure course, woodland walk, lakeside walk, pony rides and Winnie the Pooh wood where you can see the characters from the books homes. http://aldenhamcountrypark.co.uk/

Imogen

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