Hi there! Most children will now be on their Easter break and I am sure you are wondering how to keep them entertained.

No school holiday is complete without a trip to a theme park! Kids love them and you can spend a whole day there. The entry cost is usually quite substantial but this can be offset by taking a picnic filled with all the things your kids love to eat!

I’m going to showcase a few places which offer maximum fun and entertainment for little and not-so-little ones…

First up!

Paultons Park/Peppa Pig World

This is always a big hit. Paultons Park has plenty to offer children of all ages. Incorporated within it is Peppa Pig World which opened 2 years ago. most of the rides within the Peppa section are suitable for children over 12 months of age, which is great if you have little ones obsessed with the pink piglet! There are also plenty of rides for older children.


Always a big hit with the children, Legoland in Windsor is incredible. Built on the old Windsor Safari Park site (yes, I may have visited many moons ago!), its 150 Acres of fun!

Lots to do for little and not so little ones, its a really good day out. Food and drink is expensive once you’re in, so again, take a picnic if you can. Queues can be lengthy, so consider a Q-Bot which lets you book the time you take each ride, so you don’t have to hang around waiting with impatient children.

Blackpool Pleasure Beach

Blackpool Pleasure Beach is a great place to take the kids, and is home to Nickelodeon Land. Here you can ride on Diego’s Rainforest Rescue, Dora’s World Voyage and SpongeBob’s SplashBash, amongst lots of others. Here you buy a wristband (price varies so check their website before you go) and this lets you ride on everything as many times as you like.

These are just a few ideas – there are lots of other theme parks all over the country, so why not consider visiting one this Easter holiday?

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April 5 2014

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