Lancashire Outdoor Pursuits & Nature

Westview Leisure Centre Climbing
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Westview Leisure Centre Climbing
Climbing times and prices Monday - Friday     9.00am - 10.00pm Saturday and Sunday     9.00am - 9.00pm Adult     £6.50 Junior     £4.20 SPA/CWA instructor*     £3.50 OAP     £4.70 In order to climb during public sessions at West View...
Avenham and Miller Park
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Avenham and Miller Park
The Avenham and Miller Parks are neatly adjoining scenic parks in picturesque Avenham valley, conveniently close to Preston city centre, not though you'd know it from the middle of the park, in the tranquil setting by the banks of the River Ribble. Admission: No admission, local parking may charge.    Opening Times:  Year...
Bowland Wild Boar Park - Preston
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Bowland Wild Boar Park - Preston
See and feed our wildlife which includes Deer, Llamas, Goats, meerkats. We have lots for kids to do including pedal tractor area, tractor rides, play area, lamb Llama and deer feeding (when available). Picturesque walks in the Trough of Bowland by the river Hodder and visit our cafe for home made food and our own special home reared Wild Boar...
Withy Grove Park
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Withy Grove Park
Withy Grove Park playground is one of the largest free facilities of its type in the North West being the borough’s flagship effort and has been designed to contain a range of equipment that caters for all ages across 3 zones. Admission: Free!    Opening Times:  The site is lit until 9pm in the toddler and junior...
Brockholes Nature Reserve
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Brockholes Nature Reserve
Everyone is welcome at Brockholes. Whether you’re a naturalist or a beginner, we have something for you to enjoy and lots of chances for you to get close to nature! Youngsters are flocking to Brockholes, and it looks like they will be hanging around for a while. The young Sand Martins are moving in – and nesting – in the...
Worden Park
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Worden Park
Worden Park playground is by far the largest in Leyland and has a cool 22 pieces of equipment for toddlers (ages 2 to 6) including swings, climbing frames, springy toys and a large sand pit complete with sand diggers. Admission: Free, internal elements may charge.    Opening Times:  Year round daylight access to park.
The West Lancashire Light Railway
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The West Lancashire Light Railway
The West Lancashire Light Railway is a two foot gauge passenger carrying railway located in the village of Hesketh Bank midway between Preston and the resort of Southport. The line features a number of interesting locomotives and other railway equipment brought together from industrial lines in the immediate locality, from elsewhere in Great...
Cobble Hey Farm and Gardens - Preston
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Cobble Hey Farm and Gardens - Preston
In just eight years, this working farm has become the setting for a beautiful country garden. What was once an area for grazing sheep is now bursting with colour and life. This large, tranquil garden contains a wide range of natural environments including a cottage garden, woodland, ponds and streams, rockeries and lawns. Sit on the patio and...

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Park View 4U Playing Fields
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Park View 4U Playing Fields
Park View 4U Playing Fields Lytham St Annes Lancashire FY8
Lytham St Annes Beach
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Lytham St Annes Beach
Close your eyes and picture a perfect beach with glimmering sea, golden sands; take a deep breath and imagine the freshness of salty sea air and listen to the laughter of your family and friends. St Annes-on-Sea 's town centre has been completely regenerated over recent years to offer a charming experience, blending heritage with 21st Century...
Kaos Indoor High Wire Adventure
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Kaos Indoor High Wire Adventure
Kaos Indoor High Wire Adventure is an Indoor Ropes Course and as long as you are over the age of 6 we will have you walking on air in no time. Our specially qualified instructors will lead you through a safety briefing and then fit you with a full body harness. Once clipped on you will have an hour of playing with our 18 in the air obstacles. ...
Windmill Animal Farm
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Windmill Animal Farm
Windmill Animal Farm was first opened to the public in 1992 and offers visitors the chance to experience the every day running of an actual working farm while still having the chance to watch, feed, touch and play with animals. As well as these beautiful and unusual animals to see, the farm has three marvelous children’s play areas. The...
Rufford Old Hall
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Rufford Old Hall
Step back in time at one of Lancashire's finest 16th-century Tudor buildings, where a young Will Shakespeare once performed. His stage, the Great Hall, is as spectacular today as when the Bard was performing for the owner, Sir Thomas Hesketh, and his raucous guests. Wander around the house and marvel over the fine collections of furniture, arms,...
Wellybobs - Darwen
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Wellybobs - Darwen
Wellybobs adventure farm park is a family owned business which began as a dairy, beef and pig farm before it diversified into alpaca farming in 2005. There are lots of different animals, including goats, ducks, rabbits and pigs, to meet who want all your attention and petting, you may even be lucky enough to see some new baby animals. The...
Lytham Hall
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Lytham Hall
Lytham Hall is a fine grade I listed 18th century manor house on the Lancashire coast. The Hall is situated in 80 acres of mature parkland, and was built for Thomas Clifton by John Carr of York between 1752-1764 on the site of an earlier manor house and Priory settled by Benedictine monks from Durham. Lytham Hall and grounds offer an...
Battlefield Live Pennine
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Battlefield Live Pennine
Battlefield LIVE Pennine is the most authentic combat simulation experience short of joining the military! Our sophisticated gaming guns use harmless infra red; so there are no projectiles, no bruises and it is completely safe. Anyone over 8 years old can experience this for themselves at the 10 acre Combat Zone at Camelot Theme Park, Chorley,...
Oswaldtwistle Mills
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Oswaldtwistle Mills
At Oswaldtwistle Mills we endeavour to cater for the little people as well as our grown up visitors. To ensure that children are entertained during their visit, indoor and outdoor play areas have been created. Indoors Mr Bubbles Play Centre allows the children to bounce and run with over 3 floors of exciting play equipment including bash bags,...
Stanley Park
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Stanley Park
Stanley Park is Blackpool's most significant park and at 256 acres, it provides one third of Blackpool's green space. The Thomas Mawson designed and Grade II listed park has enjoyed continued popularity since its opening in 1926 and contains everything that any local community or out-of-town visitor could possibly wish for. There is a dazzling...
Blackpool Model Village and Gardens
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Blackpool Model Village and Gardens
As seen on TV, our village and gardens are set into a stunningly beautiful landscaped 2½ acres of carefully tended gardens with paved pathways that provide full access to all of our visitors. here are hundreds of village scenes depicted in painstakingly accurate miniature scattered through 2 and a half acres of hand crafted model...
Beach and Marine Gardens
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Beach and Marine Gardens
The Borough of Wyre lies in the north west of the Red Rose County of Lancashire, nestled between the Fylde Coast in the west and the wilds of the Forest of Bowland, Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, in the east.
The Prince William - Nr Wigan
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The Prince William - Nr Wigan
A Robinson's pub, near to Ashurst Beacon, serving Good Food, Good Beer and Good Cheer. Family friendly & dog friendly (inside and out). With an extensive beer garden, outside patio area, new playground, garden games and a bouncy castle at weekends we are the ideal rural spot for families.
WWT Martin Mere
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WWT Martin Mere
WWT Martin Mere's Waterfowl Garden is home to over 100 species of rare and endangered ducks, geese, swans and flamingos. Inquisitive Hawaiian Geese will nibble grain from the hand whilst you tour the world's wetlands through the carefully planned pathways. In contrast, watch, from the comfort and choice of ten lookout hides, internationally...
GO APE Rivington - Lancashire
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GO APE Rivington - Lancashire
If you like the idea of an amazing high wire forest tree top course then Go Ape could be just your thing. We have Tarzan swings, rope bridges, ladders, tunnels and zip lines suspended up to 40 feet high in the tree tops. Go Ape is an award-winning confidence course with branches throughout the UK.  The Go Ape course will appeal to a...
Churchtown Botanic Gardens
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Churchtown Botanic Gardens
These Gardens, located in scenic little Churchtown, have regulalry achieved a Green Flag Award for its excellence as a park and the green space is nationally renowned for its floral displays, it's unique indoor collection of ferns and regular programme of seasonal events. Depending on the time of year you can enjoy an ever changing riot of colour...
Hesketh Park
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Hesketh Park
Hesketh Park is only a short walk away from Southport city centre, has had over £3 million pounds spent on it and it is free to visit, brilliant. Everything has been reconstructed and restored to its former glory, plus they have added mini golf, a play area and lots of Healthy Walks trails you can do with family or friends. Admission: ...
Model Railway Village
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Model Railway Village
Since 1996 Southport Model Railway Village has been attracting families and model train enthusiasts from all over the world. This spectacular Model Village consists of beautiful vistas and fabulous panoramic views of the miniature landscape and Model Trains. Based upon typical southwest Lancashire architecture the layout consists of a country...
Williamson Park
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Williamson Park
Come and visit Williamson Park’s Butterfly House and Mini Beast Cave and meet all sorts of exciting creepy crawlies, birds and animals. Explore the park and its hidden pathways leading to mosaics, follies and a sundial. Play in the children's playground or picnic on the wide expanses of grass. Visit the Ashton Memorial which often hosts art...
Ainsdale Beach
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Ainsdale Beach
Ainsdale Beach is one of the most popular on the coast and has been awarded a Quality Coast Award by Keep Britain Tidy. It is the only beach in the North West to have ever been awarded the international Blue Flag (in 2004 and 2006). The QCA award tells visitors that the standards of beach management are of the highest quality in the UK. Ainsdale...
Smithills Open Farm - Bolton
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Smithills Open Farm - Bolton
Set within 70 acres of rolling countryside a few miles north of Bolton, Smithills Open Farm is a family run business where nothing sits still. Not even our stick insects. The farm itself is constantly evolving, with new animals coming to stay every week. We provide homes for everything from cows, pigs, goats, sheep, rabbits, llamas, owls, eagles,...
Haigh Country Park
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Haigh Country Park
Once the home of Earls and Lords, Haigh Hall is surrounded by 250 acres of park and woodland, with magnificent views across the Douglas Valley to the Welsh Hills. Haigh Country Park is an enjoyable day out with something for everyone. Explore and enjoy the stunning parkland, woodland and plantations. There is no entrance fee to get into the park.
Moss Bank Park - Bolton
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Moss Bank Park - Bolton
Moss Bank Park is home to Animal World. The Butterfly House was moved here from Queen's Park. Butterflies fly free in a tropical environment, while in Animal World, a unique living environment has been created for many animals, from farmyard to tropical birds. You can call the park for further details on +44 (0)1204 334050. Admission is free. ...
Thompson Park and Miniature Railway
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Thompson Park and Miniature Railway
A formal Edwardian urban park. Retains most original features: boating lake, Italian gardens, Ranger centre, and playground.   Thompson Park is more ornamental than Burnley's other parks with large numbers of flower beds and the large rose garden. This has created quite a different pattern of use compared to the other parks in the...
Queens Park
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Queens Park
We invite you to take a look around our site, it gives you an overall picture of some of the interesting things that Queens Park has to offer. What can You do in Queens Park. You can sponsor a flower bed if you wish, or if you like practical gardening, you can help plant flowers Meet Your Friends. Walk your dog. Bring your children to the play...
Happy Mount Park - Morecambe
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Happy Mount Park - Morecambe
Happy Mount Park in Morecambe was originally created in the 1920s and has developed into a wonderful, modern, family friendly area with activities for all ages. During the summer, the resort park is brought to life with brass band concerts by many of the area`s finest musicians. Happy Mount Park is proud of its reputation as being a traditional...
Farmer Teds Farm Park - Ormskirk
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Farmer Teds Farm Park - Ormskirk
Farmer Ted's is an interactive children's activity park, sited on a working farm within the beautiful Lancashire countryside.  The Farm Park's aim is to provide a fun, family orientated atmosphere where Mums and Dads will feel just as comfortable as the Kids. The attraction offers an educational, safe and fun place for the whole family to...
Barrowford Park
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Barrowford Park
We are proud to confirm that Barrowford Park was awarded the prestigious Green Flag award in 2011 which is a respected national standard for parks and green spaces. This is the 4th time we have been awarded this award since 2008. 
Animal Quackers Park Farm - Bacup
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Animal Quackers Park Farm - Bacup
Animal Quackers is a family run business. Our aim is to bring to you and your family the fun and enjoyment of animals -  hugging, feeding and interacting with all of our residents on the  farm. Take a farm tour with Farmer Terry . This is the highlight of the day, then you can hug bunnies, guinea pigs, ducks, chicks etc. There are...
Burrs Activity Centre - Bury
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Burrs Activity Centre - Bury
Burrs Activity Centre is situated in the award winning Burrs Country Park close to the centre of Bury, with the river Irwell, the East Lancashire railway, a newly developed Caravan Club site with 80 pitches, the Brown Cow Public House, a Heritage Trail and the activity centre, all on site, it really is worth a visit. You can try ...
The Scarborough Spa Express
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The Scarborough Spa Express
What better way to enjoy North Yorkshire’s beautiful countryside, visit the historic city of York or the seaside town of Scarborough, than by traveling aboard a vintage steam hauled train? Calling on route at Normanton, Wakefield, Woodlesford (Leeds) and Castleford. Travel by steam in traditional carriages across Yorkshires beautiful...
Leighton Hall
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Leighton Hall
Our beautiful historic home is a genuinely stunning location for exclusive and luxurious wedding ceremonies, memorable corporate events and fully hosted group activities for schools and local societies. Attractive gardens, amazing rolling parkland and, of course, the spectacularly impressive hall itself, make it great for family visits as well as...
Moses Gate Country Park
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Moses Gate Country Park
Moses Gate Country Park is a large Country Park and nature reserve with miles of scenic woodland and waterside walks, plus nature trails, and horse and cycle routes. It is open all year, free to visit, and only 3 miles (5km) south of Bolton town centre, making it a great place to visit both as a purposeful day trip or as a reprieve for the kids...
East Lancashire Railway - Bury
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East Lancashire Railway - Bury
Opening Times Wednesday to Sunday, 10am-4pm (last admission 3.30pm) Admission Adult – £2.80 Child (5-15years) – £1.90 Adult concession – £1.90 Family – £7.50 Discount for ELR ticket holders: Adult – £2.30 Child (5-15years) – £1.60 Adult concession...
Greenlands Farm Village
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Greenlands Farm Village
Couples, friends and families can have a wonderful day out with us (whatever the Cumbrian weather brings!) On our open farm you can pat storybook farm animals, ride a horse and trap, pedal (size permitting!) a mini tractor, lark about in a hay strewn play barn and picnic by the paddocks. In our artisan village, you can meet talented crafts...
Formby Nature Reserve
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Formby Nature Reserve
Stunning coastline with large areas of beaches, sand dunes and pine woods Don't miss Stunning stretch of unspoilt coastline Long, sandy beaches and attractive pine woods Search for 5,000-year-old red deer footprints on the beach You may catch a glimpse of a rare red squirrel
Formby Beach
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Formby Beach
Stunning coastline with large areas of beaches, sand dunes and pine woods   Don't miss Stunning stretch of unspoilt coastline Long, sandy beaches and attractive pine woods Search for 5,000-year-old red deer footprints on the beach You may catch a glimpse of a rare red squirrel
Ingleborough Cave
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Ingleborough Cave
Until 1837 the secrets of Ingleborough Cave were hidden behind large natural calcite dams behind which water had ponded, submerging much of the passage beyond. These were broken down following a flood, to reveal a wonderland of sculpted passages and beautiful cave formations which have been delighting our visitors ever since.
Heaton Park - Manchester
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Heaton Park - Manchester
Heaton Park is a huge family park owned by Manchester City Council, 4 miles north of the city centre where there is so much to see and do that you'll keep coming back again and again.   Manchester Leisure manages the park in partnership with commercial organisations and community groups and together they make a visit to Heaton Park a...
Heaton Hall & Orangery - Manchester
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Heaton Hall & Orangery - Manchester
The house that had stood on the site of the present Heaton Hall since the late 17th century would have been very old fashioned when its 21 year old owner Sir Thomas Egerton (later 1st Earl of Wilton) married Eleanor Assheton of Middleton in 1769. Three years later Sir Thomas commissioned a fashionable architect named James Wyatt to design a new...
White Scar Cave
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White Scar Cave
The cave’s history is a long one. It began with the laying down of limestone deposits, which millions of years later were hollowed out by the action of water. Much later still, in 1923, the cave entered human history with its discovery by Christopher Long. Opening Times (weather permitting)     Spring &...
Ingleton Waterfalls Trail
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Ingleton Waterfalls Trail
The famous Ingleton Waterfalls Trail in Yorkshire offers some of the most spectacular waterfall and woodland scenery in the North of England. The trail follows a well-defined footpath which runs as close to the edge of the two rivers as possible to provide spectacular views of the waterfalls. The path includes a large number of steps...
Climb Rochdale
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Climb Rochdale
Climb Rochdale Climbing Centre The northwest's premier climbing centre with a huge variety of top rope climbing, lead climbing and bouldering.     Prices for 2014 at Climb Rochdale: Adult £6.00, Student/Concession* £5.50, Under 16 £5.00. Kit hire only £1 Childrens Climbing Parties Climbing Clubs Indoor...
Antony Gormleys Another Place
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Antony Gormleys Another Place
Antony Gormleys Another Place gives you a scenic walk with a different. Definitely something to tell your friends about, artwork by the creator of the Angel of the North. It has to be seen to be believed, 100 life size men stretching across almost 3km (about 1.8miles) of beach, sunk into the sand and sometimes surrounded by water. ...
Croxteth Hall and County Park - Liverpool
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Croxteth Hall and County Park - Liverpool
Children and adults will enjoy the sights and sounds of country life! Get close to all the animals (cows, pigs, horses, sheep, etc) on a real working farm. See the traditional Victorian farmyard, home to an important collection of rare farm breeds of the past. Also learn about modern farming, watch our livestock grazing in the...
Jungle Parc - Liverpool
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Jungle Parc - Liverpool
Based in Croxteth Country Park, Jungle Parc is now in its third year and is a great place to visit for all the family from grandchildren to grandparents – you can even bring your dog (as long as it’s well behaved)! The Adventurer course is for children from the age of 4 to approximately 12 years (depending on height). Here there...
Aerial Extreme - Knowsley Safari Park
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Aerial Extreme - Knowsley Safari Park
Aerial Extreme is a true day out for families. We choose our locations very carefully making sure that they are accessible and close by to your nearest town or city, our high ropes adventure courses are also built on sites, or very close by, to other activities that compliment and complete your day. All of our courses have a clip and go fail...

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Crosby Lakeside Adventure Centre
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Crosby Lakeside Adventure Centre
Welcome to Crosby Lakeside Adventure Centre, a stunning water sports and visitor centre located in the heart of Crosby Coastal Park, Waterloo. Forming part of the gateway to the Mersey Estuary, sitting alongside the internationally renowned Antony Gormley's Another Place Iron Men statues, this really is an area of outstanding natural beauty. The...
Holker Hall and Gardens
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Holker Hall and Gardens
Holker Hall is the home of Lord and Lady Cavendish who welcome visitors of all ages to one of the best-loved stately homes in Britain. Magnificently situated only a short distance from Grange-over-Sands and the expanse of Morecambe Bay, Holker Hall is set in exceptionally beautiful countryside with gardens that merge into Parkland framed by the...
Lakeland Miniature Village
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Lakeland Miniature Village
Over 100 buildings made from local Coniston slate. Houses, farms and barns create the Lakeland landscape. There are water features throughout the miniature village. The Oriental Building, which is our gift shop, overlooks the Oriental Garden.
Leighton Moss RSPB
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Leighton Moss RSPB
Leighton Moss is the largest reedbed in north-west England, and home to some really special birds such as breeding bitterns, bearded tits and marsh harriers. You might see deer too, not to mention butterflies aplenty! Choose from a selection of trails and hides, most of which are suitable for wheelchairs, and get right to the heart of the...
Gulliver's World - Warrington
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Gulliver's World - Warrington
From the moment you arrive at Gulliver’s you enter another world where your imagination can roam free. Gulliver’s Warrington is nestled within a beautiful park setting, where much of the fantasy is created by wonderful towering trees, and a beautiful lake forms the centrepiece of the park. Let us take you away from your daily worries...
Aerial Extreme - Manchester
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Aerial Extreme - Manchester
Brand new for 2010, our latest city based course is located at the Trafford Centre.  Aerial Extreme at The Trafford Centre is a fun packed urban high ropes adventure course, boasting over 30 exciting obstacles. Climb high up into the air and amaze yourself as you take each challenge head on, from speedy drops, mid air jumps, suspended gravity...
Anchor Inn - Skipton
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Anchor Inn - Skipton
PLAYZONE (Indoor Play Building) OPENING TIMES    During Pub Opening Hours. CHARGES    Free play. This Brewers Fayre is very popular with the youngsters who love the indoor Playzone and, during the summer, the outdoor play area which is quite large.
Hardcastle Craggs
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Hardcastle Craggs
Changing with the seasons, no two visits are ever the same at Hardcastle Crags. We have events and activities throughout the year to make your visit even more memorable. Admission:2015 Prices: Car parking charges apply. Otherwise free, as best we can tell!   Opening Times: 2015 Opening Hours: Generally: Summer opening 11am to 4pm Sunday...
Airkix Indoor Skydiving - Manchester
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Airkix Indoor Skydiving - Manchester
It's flying! Imagine a wind tunnel that could be used for testing the aerodynamics of an F1 racing car, turn it upright, gently lean into the airflow and you are skydiving. The easiest way to see what we are talking about is to watch one of the Airkix Flix. You'll get the idea really fast.
Northern Modelling Exhibition - Urmston
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Northern Modelling Exhibition - Urmston
The Northern Modelling Exhibition is the largest of its kind in the North West of England, catering to modelling and engineering enthusiasts of all ages. From Saturday 2 March to Sunday 3 March, EventCity in Manchester will play host to hundreds of exciting exhibits from across the modelling spectrum, from model boats, cars and planes, to live...
Abbotsfield Park Miniature Railway - Urmston
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Abbotsfield Park Miniature Railway - Urmston
Also know locally as 'Chassen Park', Abbotsfield Park is especially worth visiting on a Sunday when the Urmston and District Railway Society operate a miniature train around the park. The park also plays to a number of events throughout the year, including the annual May Day Steam Rally, the Mayor's Bonfire and Silcock's Fair. Facilities ...
Rock Over Climbing
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Rock Over Climbing
The perfect way to entertain kids no matter the age, Rock Over Climbing offers Manchester City Centre’s biggest (and we think best) kids play centre and that’s not all. As the kids get older they can take up the challenge of the Clip Go Climb Adventure Zone and scale the walls of our nationally recognised climbing centre. We also...
New Palace and Adventureland - New Brighton
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New Palace and Adventureland - New Brighton
The New Palace and Adventureland offer a tremendous range of family fun-filled entertainment in New Brighton, Wirral and is the ideal spot for indoor and outdoor family activities.
Tandle Hill Country Park
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Tandle Hill Country Park
Tandle Hill Country Park has 48 hectares of parkland with mature beech, mixed woodland, grassland and views across the Manchester Plain and the Pennine Hills. It has a Cafe (which is open most weekends and school holidays - weather permitting), a play area with sand play and basket swing, Orienteering, Cycling, Bird watching (try and spot...
Vertical Chill Ice Wall Manchester
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Vertical Chill Ice Wall Manchester
Vertical Chill Ice Wall Manchester is an impressive refrigerated unit running through the middle of this climbing shop's 2 floors! Inside at a constant -12°C an 8 metre concave real ice climbing wall presents a steep challenge to both novice and accomplished climbers, so while it's seriously cool in every sense of the word it's best just for...
Awesome Walls Liverpool
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Awesome Walls Liverpool
Awesome Walls Climbing Centre (AWCC) first opened its doors in 1996 as 'The Climbing House' in a small back street unit in Bootle, Liverpool. Three years later we moved premises to St Albans Church. Now AWCC's can proudly state that it has two of the largest indoor climbing centres in England and 1 of the largest dedicated bouldering centres. We...
The Dock Museum
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The Dock Museum
A striking modern building on a scenic channelside site with free admission Built in a historic nineteenth century dock, the museum is home to a wealth of objects on the social and industrial history of the Furness area.  Barrow-in-Furness was a small farming village rapidly transformed into a bustling industrial town within a few decades. ...

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