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Wanted: Family Day Out - Saturday 26th August 2008

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8y, 4m agoPosted 8 years, 4 months ago
I have limited funds and am looking for a day for two Adults, two three year old's, something within a reasonable driving distance of Manchester.

Gullivers World is £11 each, so £44.00, I am looking for something less than this or an offer for their if anyone has one?

Thanks!
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8y, 4m agoPosted 8 years, 4 months ago
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#2
Ok so I might be slightly biased as I work there but try here

[url]www.transport-museum.co.uk[/url]

Although it might be a bit of a drive from manchester :-D
banned#3
I would recommend this if you like zoo/farms, the kids get to feed lambs and it really interactive. They have a large adventure park/picnic area. A tractor train to travel in. Loads of animals and its £14 all in. Top day out had by all. Take a picnic and have fun

http://www.wildboarpark.co.uk/cost.html
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Kizzy76
Ok so I might be slightly biased as I work there but try here

[url]www.transport-museum.co.uk[/url]

Although it might be a bit of a drive from manchester :-D


Don't think the Mrs and two 3 year old girls will go for that, but thanks!
#5
Foosball Chum
I would recommend this if you like zoo/farms, the kids get to feed lambs and it really interactive. They have a large adventure park/picnic area. A tractor train to travel in. Loads of animals and its £14 all in. Top day out had by all. Take a picnic and have fun

http://www.wildboarpark.co.uk/cost.html


Thanks, that looks good - as long as the sun is out.

Like the idea of the their honesty box scheme :whistling:
#6
http://www.dayoutwiththekids.co.uk/

http://www.kidsguide.co.uk/places_to_go/beaches.htm

Could always go to Southport Beach. Day out at beach doen't cost that much. Well apart from all those ice creams. Have fun whatever you do.
#7
You've be amazed how many visitors say that then find themselves pleasantly surprised. We are geared towards families and have a huge activity programme running throughout the summer holidays.

Go on - give us a try - you know you wanna - don't fight it - lol

Plus we have Thrust SSC and Thrust II - both actual cars and a simulator that shows how it feels to travel 700+mph

And it's free entry

Ok - that's the plug over - apologies to admin :oops:
#8
Kizzy76
You've be amazed how many visitors say that then find themselves pleasantly surprised. We are geared towards families and have a huge activity programme running throughout the summer holidays.

Go on - give us a try - you know you wanna - don't fight it - lol

Plus we have Thrust SSC and Thrust II - both actual cars and a simulator that shows how it feels to travel 700+mph

And it's free entry

Ok - that's the plug over - apologies to admin :oops:


Free entry.....hmm, that's even more attractive than the Boar farm's honesty box scheme!
#9
Indulge yourself and go for a ride to the brighter side of the M62
http://www.ponderosa-centre.org/
#10
Thanks for everyone's help, rep added!

Mrs sprained her ankle so ended up in my garden!!!
#11
closed as requested thanks for letting us know

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