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Dunstable: ZSL Whipsnade Zoo Full-Day Entrance Ticket

1. Dunstable: ZSL Whipsnade Zoo Full-Day Entrance Ticket

Enjoy a family day out to discover over 10,000 animals, including lions, tigers, rhinos, elephants, zebra, hippos, and giraffes. See moose, European bison, and lynx, animals once commonplace in Britain. Visit lions, tigers, rhinos, elephants, zebra, hippos, and giraffes in their large outdoor enclosures. Don't miss the rockhopper and African black-footed residents of the penguin pool, with its surrounding countryside views. Next, discover new depths as you delve deeper into the fascinating underwater worlds of ZSL Whipsnade Zoo's Aquarium. Learn about endangered fish and the zoo's conservation efforts. Then, bask in the tropical temperatures of the Butterfly House, surrounded by hundreds of colorful butterflies. When your kids need to burn off some energy, check out the new Hullabazoo outdoor play area, which opened in 2021. Let their imaginations run wild as they explore the over 7,800 m² themed play area, including bridges, swings, climbing frames, tunnels, sand play, mini safari jeep, and so much more.

Tamworth: Drayton Manor Theme Park Entry Ticket

2. Tamworth: Drayton Manor Theme Park Entry Ticket

Rides & Attractions: With plenty of rides & attractions suitable for all ages, your experience at Drayton Manor will be truly memorable. Why not immerse yourself in a world of nautical fun over in Adventure Cove. Here you can experience a spin on Maelstrom and Air Race, feel the full throttle of Shockwave – the UK’s only stand-up roller coaster, or cool down on one of our incredible water rides – River Rapids and Stormforce 10. Zoo: If you prefer a bit of a slower pace, then remember to wander around our 15-acre conservation zoo and meet all of our animal friends. Africa, South America, Asia… there is no doubt that you will be able to find dozens of animals from across the world in our fascinating zoo. Our zoo will captivate you with the astounding variety of animal species. From Meerkats to our adorable Red Pandas. Thomas Land: With over 25 rides and attractions, there's so much for Thomas fans to explore on The Island of Sodor at Drayton Manor. Whether you fancy a trip down Sodor Railway with Thomas, Rosie or Percy, or you'd like to fly high with James, Harold and Jeremy, there are plenty of Thomas & Friends themed attractions to explore. If you’re looking for the best place to meet Thomas the Tank Engine and all his friends, look no further than Drayton Manor, the Home of Thomas Land. Vikings: Experience a whole new land of discovery in our brand-new Vikings area! Enjoy our all-new, exhilarating rides and attractions inspired by ancient gods and legends. Are you brave enough to board Thor, our brand new Disk'O Coaster, and experience the ultimate weightless sensation? Or even take on Loki, the UK’s first Zamperla Nebulaz, as you rotate in a fast-intermeshing orbit - the ultimate family thrill ride. There’s even something for your little explorers, as they ride Sleipnir through our brand-new training school - where they will learn how to ride the ancient mythical horse. The whole family will love the Jormungandr - where they’ll experience an epic voyage through Vikings onboard a rollercoaster. Adventure Cove: Adventure Cove is a nautical themed zone for the whole family to enjoy; with fun add-ons to some of the park’s most-loved family-favourites, and a selection of new rides and attractions - including River Rapids, Wave Swinger and Tidal Towers. The new area features a vibrant maritime theme, a bright and colourful coastal feel, with barrels, boats and steering wheels aplenty. Short Breaks: Looking for the ultimate getaway? Treat the family to a fun fuelled break with our fantastic offer. You can now even prolong your voyage with an overnight stay in our brand new Vikings rooms! Don't miss out on our Stay & Play deal, perfect for your family staycation. Experience a day in our exciting theme park, an overnight stay in our 4-star onsite hotel, along with a full English breakfast to start the day.

Royal Horticultural Society: Harlow Carr Garden Ticket

3. Royal Horticultural Society: Harlow Carr Garden Ticket

Enter a world of flowers, forests, and gardens as you spend the day admiring the natural beauty of Yorkshire. See the Sub-Tropicana Garden, where palm trees grow. Walk along Queen Mother's Lake as you are surrounded by redwood trees. Visit Yorkshire and enjoy this public garden run by the Royal Horticultural Society. Ramble around the Edwardian Garden to see the rectangular pond and dwarf evergreens. Transport yourself to a tropical paradise in the Sub-Tropicana Garden and go to the heated glasshouse. Smell the beautiful roses and other fragrant flowers in the Scented Garden. Continue to the Sandstone Rock Garden, built in the 1950s from local stone. Appreciate the Heather Beds, home to 20 different cultivars of heather. Relax in the tranquil environment by Queen Mother's Lake. Connect with nature in the Arboretum, a calm area of the garden away from the crowds where you can see the bamboo glade. Pause for reflection in William's Dell, named after Sir William Milner or watch the birds in the Bird Hide.

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Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 237 reviews

I bought my Granddaughter a voucher to feed the Giraffes for her Birthday. It was well worth it! The keepers were very informative and clearly they enjoy their job. Whipsnade is lovely because it is so spread out. The enclosures for the animals are all well thought out and very clean. The only downfall is too many cars driving around. It's not a Safari Park. Walking around is the fun part.

Great visit plenty to see only downside was the plans were unclear with no directions as the site is large it requires a bit of walking and at the end of the day good directions would have been helpful

Lovely zoo big though and a lot more walking than expected, but you can actually drive into areas which helps if you struggle to walk to much

Well the weather was lovely so makes it a better day.. but a fantastic day out.. even without children..

Brilliant but very chilly particularly at the top of the hill by the Penguins