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5 Family-Friendly Stops to Make On Your Trip to England

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A beautiful mix of big city fun and historic charm is what awaits you on a trip to England. It’s a little of the old and a bit of the new, all wrapped in gorgeous scenery and rich culture that everyone should experience at least once their life. Don’t assume that they will bore your children to tears. Whether you’re five or fifty, it’s never too early or too late to cast your eyes on these wonderful historic sites and feel as if you’ve been ripped out of modern times.

Stonehenge, Wiltshire

It may seem an obvious stop, but Stonehenge is a sight to behold for both you and your kids. While the construction itself may not seem so impressive to them, the history and fun facts themselves truly are. You can bask in the history and gorgeous scenery, and wonder how those who lived between 3,500 and 5,000 years ago could even carry stones that weigh several tons. It’s a prehistoric wonder, a true tribute to brilliant engineering.

Stonehenge is a wonder to see for both rational adults and curious children. They can get wrapped in its history as well. Tell them entertaining facts about the Stonehenge and even get them envisioning old druids and shamans surrounding the heavy stones, perhaps even Merlin himself. There are stories there to be told.

Warwick Castle, Warwickshire

A castle that was built in the 11th century may be fascinating enough for you to visit. However, perhaps young children, who have not yet grasped the concept of how far away those times truly are, may not find it as exciting as you. Warwick Castle is much more than that, though. It’s not just proof of superb architecture and the home of kings and queens. It’s an experience.

Take your family there for a taste of medieval England, with plays, shops, taverns, and entertainment all done in the good ole fashion of the Dark Ages. Luckily, it’s sans the grisly parts that no one wants to experience again. The people of Warwickshire have created a beautiful community to celebrate the castle’s history, with tumultuous squares, humorous experiences, and cheerful atmosphere that your kids will love.

The Mere Golf Resort & Spa, Knutsford

If vacationing means relaxing, then a wonderful resort will be the perfect spot for you and your family. Needless to say, the location is splendid, with hints of early 20th-century architecture on the outside and modern touches on the inside. It’s a gate between two worlds, displaying ivy-colored walls and futuristic indoor pools. And that’s just the aspect. The services are exceptional, allowing adults to have a relaxing spa day and even offering babysitting for children.

When you’re done with your massage, though, you can take the family out on the spectacular landscape, play golf, visit the park, and let yourself be immersed in the greenery. It’s considered to be one of the most beautiful golf resorts in Europe, and you will find yourself agreeing after just one visit.

London Dungeon, London

This particularly thrilling attraction arrives with a bit of an asterisk. It’s not for the faint of heart or children who get scared easily. However, plenty of kids and teenagers will absolutely adore it if they have a taste for themed entertainment and exquisite interactive shows. Visiting the London Dungeon is a step back in time and, by all means, it’s drop dead gorgeous.

The dungeons arrive with live actors, rides, plays, special effects, and many other things that will leave you on the edge between excitement and dread. It’s certainly an excellent stop for kids who start yawning after far too many museum visits that do not pique their interest.

Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire

One look at the Blenheim Palace and you can only be left to wonder how old dukes and duchesses used to live when this was the grandeur of their home. It’s the birthplace of Winston Churchill and today a World Heritage Site. However, it’s also a stunning sight and a great place to have a relaxing family day out in the sun and on the green grass.

Blenheim Palace is spectacular to behold, and its grounds are a perfect place for a picnic. Take your family out on the grassy lands, on a little train ride around its gardens, the adventure playground, or get lost together in the maze. Every moment will be worthy of a picture.

Keep all of these in mind and reserve a spot on your itinerary next time you’re visiting gorgeous old England. Your entire family will have a memorable time, and you will know that you don’t have to compromise your enjoyment for your kids. They will love it as well!

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