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My WeekendNotes - 58
A walk along the Mayon Cliff won't just help to keep you fit. There's plenty to see all along the trail with relics of t... [more]
Hidden just off of the A30 in Cornwall is this gem of a visitors attraction. We'd driven along the A30 many times... [more]
The Transporter Bridge is a unique piece of old engineering that has been in use for over 100 years. We'd never seen one... [more]
A trip to Exmoor Zoo can keep the whole family entertained for the day. First opened in 1982 under the name Exmoo... [more]
Brean Down is a promontory that sits between Burnham-on-Sea and Weston-super-Mare at 97 meters high and stretches out 1.... [more]
After all the hassle of getting to Amsterdam with two young kids in tow, we decided to start our visit by taking a relax... [more]
In the historic town of Launceston in Cornwall, you will find this fascinating museum. Like many of the places we... [more]
While travelling past Exeter on our way to Cornwall, we noticed a roadside sign that was advertising a cafe called Oinke... [more]
On a visit to Launceston in Cornwall, the one thing you can't miss is its castle. Perched high on a natural mound in the... [more]
Up near the North Devon coastal towns of Lynton and Lynmouth, there are many walking tracks. We've tried several of them... [more]
A day trip to the historic Glamis Castle takes you to a place steeped in over 1000 years of history, This is the... [more]
Perched on the cliffside above the Atlantic Ocean is this genuinely unique theatre. It is located about as far south as ... [more]
With a scenic view out westward to the Bideford Bay, it is a relaxing place to spend a day. The unusual name of the t... [more]
This event showcases all of the vegan-friendly products that are available locally, it is free and open to everyone, and... [more]
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You can have a full day of family fun at this UK theme park. There are lots of things to see and do with over 100... [more]
Cornwall is a major tourist destination for people in the UK and visitors from overseas, with its many beaches, historic... [more]
A visit to Finch Foundry lets you look at Devon's industrial past. We took a trip here to see the last working water-pow... [more]
All over the UK, there are many disused and abandoned mines, several of which have been turned into tourist attractions.... [more]
We took a visit to the seaside towns of Shaldon and Teignmouth. These two towns are divided by the river Teign. They are... [more]
The Braemar Gathering is an event that is steeped in history, and gatherings have taken place here for over 900 years. ... [more]
For a look at the old world of the Netherlands, take a day trip to Zaanse Schans. It is located in the North Hol... [more]
Expanding our visit to the area from our base in Exeter, a short drive to Dorchester in Dorset, provided many new things... [more]
On a visit to Osborne House, you get to explore the former summer home of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. Desig... [more]
Killerton house built in 1778 by Sir Thomas Acland with ownership passing to the National Trust in 1944. The esta... [more]
Not much remains of this once grand castle, but back in its heyday, it was the largest castle in Devon. Construct... [more]
Located beside the coastal town of Sidmouth and only a short drive from Exeter is the home of one of the largest equine ... [more]
An all-round family attraction that takes your mind to many different fantasy lands, the Legoland Windsor Resort provide... [more]
Of all the many different things to see and do in Iceland, you can't go wrong with a visit to the Perlan. We visited... [more]
If you've ever wondered just how big some whales are then this exhibit is the perfect place to go. The whales on ... [more]
Hidden in the Devon countryside is the last castle to be built in England, It was built by Julius Drewe as a family ... [more]
With so much to see and do in and around Exeter in south Devon, we thought that we'd try to visit as many of the free pl... [more]
There are many different family attractions all over Devon, but with many of them either being expensive or not set up t... [more]
If you are visiting Amsterdam with kids and need to find somewhere interesting and entertaining to go on a cold and wet ... [more]
The National Marine Aquarium in Plymouth is home to over 4000 animals and has the largest aquarium in the UK. Founded... [more]
There are many different things to see and do on a visit to Liverpool and if you are on a tight budget, then finding thi... [more]
Finding somewhere to entertain and educate two young children can be a challenge but a visit to Dolaucothi Gold Mine in ... [more]
While travelling around the UK, we got the opportunity to spend several weeks on the Isle of Wight. The island has ma... [more]
Be you young or old, a visit to the steam railway provides a fun and entertaining day out for individuals and families. ... [more]
A visit to the Haven Falconry will let you see the largest collection of Birds of Prey on the Isle of Wight. It's... [more]
Set near the coast between Newport and Ryde, you'll find this 19th Century Church and grounds. Depending on which ferry ... [more]
If you want an up-close encounter with potentially hundreds of butterflies then a visit to Butterfly World is for you. T... [more]
When visiting the Brecon Beacons, taking in the stunning scenery of the mountain peaks in the surrounding countryside vi... [more]
Located just north of the town of Tiverton, you will find this unique country house. Designed by William Burges, ... [more]
Located on the banks of the river Exe, you'll find the remains of this semi-dismantled castle. A visit here will ... [more]
The towns of Lynton and Lynmouth have been drawing in tourists for over 200 years, with their picturesque location on th... [more]
Up on the North Devon coast where Exmoor meets the sea, you'll find this valley of geological wonders, believed to be am... [more]
Founded in 1960 and originally located in two rooms above a pub, it has grown its collection substantially since then an... [more]
The beach is referred to locally as the UK's equivalent of a beach in Thailand due to its idyllic sheltered stretches of... [more]
The tidal island of St Michael's Mount is located on the south coast of Cornwall opposite the town of Marazion. P... [more]
On the north coast of Devon sits this interesting tourist experience in the form of the Lynton and Lynmouth Cliff Railwa... [more]
The South West Coast Path is a 630-mile-long trail that follows the coast from Minehead in Somerset to Poole harbour in ... [more]
A historic site with dramatic sea views. Located adjacent to the town of Tintagel, this site with ruined castle d... [more]
If your visiting Cambridge and don't want to spend a lot of money, these places have some interesting displays. Each hol... [more]
This beach was recommended to us by a friend back in Australia, who used to live in the area. Barafundle Bay is a cu... [more]
Dan yr Ogof is located in the Brecon Beacons National Park, roughly 15 miles from Brecon. This was one of the highligh... [more]
Located in Pembrokeshire in South Wales the Manor Wildlife Park is set out over 52 acres of parkland.We spent a day he... [more]
Visiting on a cold winter's day, we found plenty of things to see and do with the kids, so much that it's impossible to ... [more]
We visited here while touring the UK with our kids, as we were keen to show them the history of the local area The Na... [more]