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    Hi loads of great places what are you into? History, walking, theme parks etc? over 6 years ago

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    Sudbury Hall and the National Trust Museum of Childhood in Derbyshire or Legoland in Windsor. Windsor castle might be fun for the kids if the doll house exhibit is open. over 6 years ago

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    Maybe a bit far but you could visit tyntagal in Cornwall. The scenery is fantastic and there is a theory it was the home of king arthur... Lots of steps but fun for kids over 6 years ago

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    Rochester is easy to get to by train and is associated with Charles Dickens. You will be too late for the Dickens Festival but it might be fun anyway. over 6 years ago

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    This is a very vague question, but here goes.

    As a child, I loved the South East coast and spent many a happy holiday tramping round castles such as Dover, Deal, Walmer, Hever and Leeds. Whitstable is a fab town. The South Coast is full of history and you may be lucky and find some old dinasour bones! Traditional seaside towns are also fun.

    Wales is great if your children are active - Snowdonia and the surrounding areas are wonderful for walking, as is the Pembroke Coast walk. Again, great seaside towns and also lots of history - such as Beaumaris on Angelsey. over 6 years ago

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    You have to go to the lake district with them. Fantastic hiking and awesome scenery. over 6 years ago

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    Must take a train to country side, get map for points of interest (so you decide your interests) but in my opinion the best way to travel in UK...You kids will love it!!! over 6 years ago

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    There are many historic places nearby the cities of Birmingham like rich in heritage, stunning countryside and beautiful coastlines. To move around the cities you can hire a car to make your journey memorable. To hire a car you can visit these sites:
    https://www.alamo.com/en_US/car-rental/home.html
    http://www.carrentalbirminghamairport.com/ over 5 years ago

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