Days out family reviews of attractions and day trips

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Spend some quality time with the family, and make sure the day out is enjoyed by one and all with our helpful reviews.

Planning a day out with the family? Here you'll find honest reviews from real parents (and their kids) of top attractions and day trips throughout the UK and Europe, from swashbuckling adventures at Legoland to animal encounters at Woburn Safari Park and rollercoaster rides at Disneyland Paris.


Click the links below to read the reviews of families and their days out.

  Oceanarium The Bournemouth Aquarium 

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"What I loved most about the Oceanarium was that your ticket allowed you to come and go…read more"

Drayton Manor   Drayton Manor 

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"Drayton Manor is fun for all the family, from the very young to those a little scared of big rides, it has something for everyone…read more"

Legoland Windsor  

Legoland Windsor

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"because he wanted to go on every single attraction, from the Dragon rollercoaster to Pirate Falls, and he'd barely finished one ride before he was asking to go on another one…read more"

Woburn Abbey Safari Park  

Woburn Abbey Safari park  

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"well cared for animals are free to roam in beautiful surroundings and at times I imagine it came close to some of the thrills of a real safari…read more" 

Paulton's Park  

Paultons Park

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"Three adults and one child visited but that should really read four children visited, it makes you want to be a child! It’s fantastic! We all had a wonderful day…read more"

Chessington World of Adventures  

Chessington World of Adventures 

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"My favourite ride was the Vampire – a suspended rollercoaster that hurls you down the track. We enjoyed it so much we went on it twice…read more"

Longleat Safari Park  

Longleat Safari Park 

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"We set out for our day at the park on a sunny Half Term Saturday and although it was busy it was by no means unbearably crowded. It has something for all ages from toddlers to grandparents, although the optimum age is probably 6 – 10 year olds…read more"

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