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Top 2017 Kids’ Summer Holiday Activities has to include these UK attractions

Most kids in the UK break up for the school summer holidays this Friday, July 21 and this is the moment when some parents start to get stressed, as they have to find ways to keep their children occupied. There are so many kids summer activities that many of you will be hard pushed to actually find time to get it all done – although this does depend on a few things, such as you having enough time off yourself and also money.

Top 2017 Kids’ Summer Holiday Activities? Choosing the best School Holiday Activities is not an easy task, but we have looked at what we believe to be the best UK attractions for children during these few weeks off from school.

One of the best has to be The Natural History Museum because it is considered to be the greatest of all the London museums because of its mind-boggling exhibits and the ability to get your children to learn, while also having fun.

Alton Towers is another attraction that children will love. OK, so we know that prices can be a bit on the high side, but this makes for a great one-off treat if you are unable to take your kids away on holiday.

Legoland is also a must because not only can you get to enjoy what the team have been able to build, you can also have great fun interacting with many of the models as well.

Warner Bros. Studio Tour London is another because you can get to see The Making of Harry Potter – perfect for fans of the franchise. If your children are in to history, then you really need to take them to the Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, where they will gain insight into Britain’s naval history.

The Tower of London and the London Zoo are too attractions that need to be on your list as well because of the former will keep the kids entertained with the history, while the later is something that has to be visited because it being the oldest scientific zoo.

Three other UK attractions that need a mention are Bewilderwood, Warwick Castle and the Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester.

Which other attractions should be on this list?


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