Inspiration

We highlight 6 places to spend your time this Autumn

1. National Railway Museum, York

Get up close to over 300 years of fascinating history. Explore giant halls full of trains and railway legends. Jump on board awe inspiring locomotives, watch engineers at work in The Workshop and uncover hidden treasures in The Warehouse and let off steam within the outdoor play area.

2. The Deep, Hull

Dive into The Deep in Hull for a fun-filled family day out. Journey through the story of the world’s oceans travelling through a unique blend of spectacular marine life from warm tropical waters to the cold Antarctic seas. Watch impressive daily dive shows and animal presentations and visit the newest residents, a colony of Gentoo penguins in chilly the Kingdom of Ice!

3. Summit Indoor Adventure, Selby

A fun filled family day whatever the weather. Whether you’re a complete novice or at home on the slopes, have a go on the adjustable ski simulators, scale new heights in the adventure climb zone or take to the air for the ultimate family thrill with aerial trek. It’s a breathtaking experience high-up in the centre.

4. Yorkshire Wildlife Park, Doncaster

Visit Pixel, Victor and Nissan, at Project Polar, one of the largest Polar bear reserves in the world. Don’t miss the pride of Yorkshire at Lion Country, home to the famous rescued Romanian Lions and meet some of the most beautiful and endangered animals in the world, including Amur tigers at Land of the Tiger.

5. Old Jack's Boat Sticker Trail, Staithes

Step into the shoes of the lead character in the popular CBeebies children’s programme Old Jack’s Boat. Grab a free, fun sticker trail from cafés and shops all around Staithes. A great outdoor activity for youngsters to really immerse themselves in the fictional world of their favourite programme.

6. Camp Hill Estate, Bedale

Discover active sports such as quad biking and Segways or enjoy a relaxing family activity such as the Woodland Kingdom. There are all kinds of things for the children to enjoy with slides, swings, ropes course, climbing walls, an assault course and a giant treehouse fort. There’s even a sand pit for the little ones.

This article was taken from our Autumn 2016 Guide.