Hi everyone, this week’s post will be about places you can go on Father’s Day. It doesn’t matter if it is with your real dad, a stepfather or someone that has been a permanent role model in your life, it’s for those who chose to stick around.
To me a dad as to earn that title. I was fortunate to have this amazing man who to me was a better father figure than my biological one. This time of year is kind of hard for me, as this truly amazing man was sadly took from us seven years ago.
Places To Go:
What if it rains? Well if the weather is going to be as bad as it is during this week, you may want to start looking at something to do inside on Father’s Day. Here is a few ideas just to get you started:
Team Sport Karting
Why not take dad Go Karting, it is a good day out for the whole family. The track length is up to an epic 1000m, so enough space to have a friendly competition, Dad VS Kids. The first one round the final lap, can chose where to go next, chose a movie, or even have your favorite dessert! There are 33 Team Sport Karting venues, right across the UK, featuring multi-level tracks. So why not come on down and have a fun day out.
The Dinosaur Museum
The Dinosaur Museum is one of a kind in Great Britain, as this is the only museum dedicated solely to the fascinating world of dinosaurs. It is Britain’s award winning museum. This museum consists of life sized reconstructions of the dinosaurs, using fossils and skeletons to create an exciting hands on experience. Using a hands on display can help tell the story of these prehistoric animals and you will be enthralled by the world that happened millions of years ago. This museum is fascinating and has you mesmerised from start to finish. It is a great day out for the family, and you get to learn a lot about these pre-historic animals, that once ruled the earth. Just click below to visit the website.
Blue Planet Aquarium
The Blue Planet Aquarium is a captivating underwater world, just waiting for you to come and discover all of its wonders. It is home to more than 100 living displays, as well as one of Europe largest collection of sharks, this aquarium offers plenty of marine life to revel in. You can go and have a wander to the Coral Cave, or take a trip to the Underwater Shark Tunnel and watch them swim over your head, or head down to the Flooded Forest and look at some exotic fish. There are 14 shows daily, where you see the divers feeding the fish at their spectacular Aqua Theatre presentation, There you will learn more about the aquatic animals of the ocean. For more details click on the link below.
If it’s miserable outside this Father’s Day, why not kick back at the cinema and watch a film that your dad has been dying to see. It doesn’t mean you have to be stuck at home, so don’t let the weather stop you from having fun and spending quality time with your family… Taking dad and the kids out for a cinema trip and afterwards go for a tasty meal to celebrate. Here is a list of just a few movies that is on around the UK, but each cinema will have their own selection of movie showings, so please check your local cinema for details before going.
Films that’s on Around the UK are:
Walt Disney’s Aladdin
X-Men: Dark Phoenix
The Secret Life of Pets 2
Pokémon Detective Pikachu
There’s nothing like being out in the open when the weather is warm or with a breeze. I have concocted a list of some things you can possibly do with your dad on Father’s Day!
Marwell Zoo, Hampshire
Zoo as 140 acres of ground and gardens to cover. It is home to hundreds of
exotic and endangered species. It will be a unique once in a lifetime
experience, as it will allow you to get up close and personal with some of
nature’s most endangered species, a day you will never forget and it will give
you some unforgettable memories.
From giraffes to rhinos, and reptiles to penguins. It features 5 adventure playgrounds, road and rail trains, this zoo literally as it all. If you get hungry why not head down to Marwell’s Café Graze Restaurant, where you can either eat in or take the food out to the picnic area. Marwell Zoo is a place to be, for taking the family out on Father’s Day, it as something for everyone.
Zip world is an adventure in itself, there is so much to do, whether you are flying through the caverns, while taking in some of their breath-taking views of the valley as you zip line across, it really is captivating. It is something that everyone must try at least once to get the full exhilarating experience. Adventure awaits for those who like to live in the fast lane. This adventure would be a good Father’s Day thrill fest and would best suit the older kids. Please check their website below for more details, and also on what you should wear to go Zip lining, Above all else be safe.
Looking for a more relaxing day out, why not go to your nearest Mini Golf Course. It is a place everyone can join in, The Mini Golf course is for children of all ages, so no-one gets left out and you will get to spend time with your dad while having a great family day out. You will be sure to make some lasting and happy memories along the way! If you are a beginner don’t worry, it will give your dad a chance to show off his own putting skills, as he will show you how to hold the stick, right down to hitting the putt. In next to know time you will out shine your dad. But always remember to have fun.
The Last Word
There are still things you can do with your dad on Father’s Day that doesn’t have to cost anything, like going on a picnic, or play ball, whether it is catch or football. Kids will love anything as long as they spend time with their dad on Father’s Day. So whatever you do have fun and enjoy. See you all next week, and have a Happy Father’s Day!