There may be only two more weeks left of the summer holiday, but that’s still plenty of time to cram in lots of family fun days out with your little explorer, and with the release of Dora and the Lost City of Gold today it only seems fitting to share a roundup with you! So grab your backpack, let’s go!
Go Ape– Various locations
How could we resist? Dora’s furry monkey Boots would be in his element here! From tree-to-tree crossings, bouncy nets and all-terrain Segways, Go Ape have all the adventure boxes ticked. Go Ape is the place to be for quality family fun! Click here for more info.
Camel Creek Adventure Park – Cornwall
Situated just outside Padstow, Camel Creek Adventure Park is an all-weather attraction, with seasonal events and activities for the entire family. Following a £3 million refresh, Camel Creek Adventure Park has introduced a series of brand new and updated rides including the Clown Coaster, Creeky’s Water Rush, Swampy’s Chocolate Factory and Air Bender!
Plus, Peppa Pig, Captain America, Ant-Man and the Disney Princesses will be making appearances over the summer! Click here for more info.
Audley End Railway Summer Festival – Saffron Walden
If your children love magic, fairies, elves, shimmering unicorns and mythical dragons, then a day out at the Audley End Miniature Railway Summer Festival has to be on your list! With lots of activities and entertainment for all the family, this spectacular summer-long festival offers everything to ensure a day full of excitement and wonder for children and adults alike.
In addition to the enchanting train ride through the Audley End Estate on the beautiful miniature steam railway, the summer months see the resident fairy and elves welcoming visitors to their charming woodland homes. Don’t forget to bring your binoculars and use them to spy the delightful fairy and elf homes hidden amongst the trees as you navigate your way around the Miniature Audley End Railway Summer Festival.
Back at the picnic area, your little one can get into character with colourful face painting, or roll up their sleeves and unleash their creativity in the crafting tent. Click here for more info.
Zip World Bounce Below – Wales
Bounce Below is anything but normal! Set deep beneath the ground in a former Welsh slate mine, Bounce Below offers lots of different levels of bouncing goodness and is filled with nets, huge slides and adventure for you and your little one to discover as you jump and slip around. Click here for more info.
Zip World Velocity 2 – Wales
Zip World offers a unique range of very special adventures including Velocity 2, the fastest zip line in the world and the longest in Europe. Children aged 10-17 years old can take a ride on it with a participating adult. Click here for more info.
Wild Wookey Adventure Caving – Wookey Hole, Wells
A trip to Wild Wookey ticks all the boxes for an adrenaline-fuelled, high-octane day out! Wild Wookey is a three hour adventure caving experience in the largest and most spectacular cave complex in the country. It includes abseiling with awe-inspiring, breath-taking views, chances to get up close and personal with rare geological and archaeological features a VIP style exit from the cave via a Zip Line and a contrastingly peaceful Boat Ride in the iconic ‘Wookey Boat’! Dora and her cousin Diego would be so jealous right now! This experience is suitable for those aged 14 or over. Click here for more info.
Where’s your favourite place to take the little ones for an adventure day out?