Have your kids performed well in school? Why not treat them to visit a Salisbury attraction this summer? Consider this as your way of introducing history to your kids, taking your kids to different spots in Wiltshire. Here are just few of the places your kids need to know:
Salisbury & S. Wiltshire Museum
On school holidays, there are free special events for kids. Kids can enjoy the incredible history from the house in The Close. Local museums amuse the minds of the kids where the City Hall frequently performs shows appropriate for all the family members.
Adventure Parks and Beautiful Farms
If you have inquisitive kids, then you should take them to Cholderton Rare Breeds and Farmer Giles to satiate their curiosity. Your kids will identify and interact with the rare animals where your kids can get up close, touch and feed these animals. Your kids can roam around and enjoy the outdoors and indoors play areas, ride on tractors and play areas. You can be assured that your kids will be occupied with many things here. Farmer Giles Homestead is an adventure farm where it is situated in a 40 acres land. It has tractor rides, exhibitions, and inside and outside play areas.
Great Big Tree Climbing
If your kids love to roam around and climb the whole time, you can check out the great big tree climbing. Zip lines and big leaps are just among the activities that you can do with your kids. Swing 60 feet above the ground and enjoy the exhilarating feeling.
This is one of the most beautiful Elizabethan style in stately homes in England built by Sir John Thynne in 1580. Its main decor is based on the 19th century designs with fine French furniture, Flemish tapestries and intricate ceilings done by John Dibblee Crace. You and your family can enjoy its main attraction, the safari park. This safari park is home to different wild animals that roam around in the natural parkland and woodland and is the first of its kind in Great Britain. Be prepared to see the park’s pride – lions. Hedge Maze, Jungle Kingdom, Railway, Pet Zoo, Adventures Castle, boating lake and children’s rides are some of the attractions apart from the safari park.
Your family’s summer days out will be surely well-spent with these attractions that are not only meant to be fun but are also great in re-introducing history.