With the half-term break fast approaching and many of us looking to stay in the UK and enjoy some of the best days out in the UK. There is so much on offer on our doorsteps and some of it doesn’t even need to cost a penny. With costs of staycations and holidays rocketing as we return to some sort of new normality, day trips are going to be on the cards for many of us.
We have done a round-up of 15 of the best days out up and down the UK with thanks to some fab bloggers! So no matter where you are based, there is a chance for you to go and have an amazing day out and appreciate just what the UK has to offer
15 Best days out in the UK
Warner Bros Studio Tour
Harry Potter Studio Tour is up on my list of places to go, it is not too far from us either but the tickets are always selling out fast and if you want to get in, you need to be quick. This review of the Harry Potter Studio tour is a g great place to start as it is full of helpful tips and FAQS, head over now to find out more.
It has been a long time since we visited Cadbury World and since we last went, there has been a whole host of work going on. If you are thinking about a trip there during the February half term, why not check out this review.
For chocoholics, it is the place to visit and enjoy!
The Lost Gardens of Heligan
Cornwall is a beautiful place to visit if you are in the area. Spanning over 200 acres, this area of Cornwall has beauty in every corner and is well worth the day to visit. This review will share more on what the gardens have to offer!
If your family are animal fans, a trip to the Zoo is always on the cards. We live quite close to ZSL Whipsnade and Woburn Safari and both are great days out, if you are more London based, why not check on the ZSL London Zoo for a great day out for the whole family.
However, if the zoo is not your cup of tea, here are 5 Reasons Why Pennywell Farm Is The Perfect Family Day Out.
If you are looking for more things to do up and down the UK but maybe more options for an area rather than a specific attraction here is a whole list of great places to visit that include day trips out to walking tours and hiking!
As I said at the beginning of this post, the UK has some of the best places to visit in the whole world. It is not all about the money or the attraction, some days just getting out in the UK and visiting some of the towns and cities to take in the sights is all you need to do. We have the beautiful countryside on our doorsteps and buildings stepped in history and architecture.
Where is your favourite place to visit in the UK?