Monday, 11 August 2014

Free And Cheap Family Days Out In The North East

Having 2 children of my own I know how dreadful it can be during the summer holidays to think of days out that aren't going to put a hole in your pocket.
Here is a handful of idea's for your diary, the majority of them are already in mine.

Take a trip to Woodburn and discover the history of Northumberlndand have a great family dy out in the process. Entry to the museum is free but there is a £2.59 charge for parking.
Durham Cathedral is the greatest Norman building in England, or even perhaps in Europe. In a nation wide BBC poll held in 2001 it was voted the nation's best loved building. Entry to the Cathedral is free of charge. 
The Locomotion celebrates Shildon's history as one of the world's oldest railway towns. The first passenger train on the first passenger railway in the world left from here in 1825. Free entry and also free parking.
The aim of the Northern Kites project is to return breeding red kites to the region whilst providing it's communities and people with an opportunity to enjoy and appreciate one of the most spectacular elements of their wild heritage. Check out the website for details on places to go to see the kites. 

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