If you really want to enjoy your time when visiting the UK, you should not miss the many attractions that is perfect for family and friends. In fact, children will have a marvellous time in this part of the UK. Here are a few of the myriad of attractions when visiting the country.
Natural History Museum
Only children aged five and more will be allowed to get into this place. If there are too many people lined up in this corner, it is best to make a beeline for another attraction such as the Dinosaur gallery, featuring the Earth Wall and T-Rex. Admission is free except when there are temporary exhibits.
This portion is set in a woodland spanning about 50 acres along the outskirts of Wroxham. This place can offer an excellent antidote for the flashy theme parks. Here, there are no fast-food chains, special effects, and rides, just pure outdoor fun such as climbing of trees, building dens, and crossing rope bridges. It is best for early teens and toddlers.
The Alton Towers
Teens will surely be thrilled with the rides in the Alton Towers. It has exciting rides such as the Oblivion and the Nemesis Sub-Terra. There are height restrictions in this type of ride, but those who can’t qualify can still enjoy in the Cloud Cuckoo Land and the CBeebies Land.
The Legoland is designed to capture the attention of children under the age of 10. However, pre-schoolers should be well catered for in the Duplo Valley. It has some gentle rides and a watery-play park.
Warner Bros. Studio Tour London
Children within the age of 7 or older can really enjoy this scene from the Harry Potter series. Likewise, it is great for those who are fond of filmmaking. Those who want to visit during holidays can book reservations weeks in advance.