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It is really hard at the moment to know what to do for the best with regards to going out and holidays etc. Some people feel comfortable going abroad and some people would prefer to stay on their home turf. Whatever you decide to do, it needs to be right for you and your family. If you have decided to remain in the UK for the holidays, it doesn’t mean you cannot have a great time. Most attractions and day out activities have got some great measures in place to ensure a limited number of people and that everyone is able to stay safe and enjoy themselves at the same time – don’t forget to take your masks with you! I am fortunate enough to have been all over the UK for various trips and so I thought I would share with you some great things you can do if you’ve opted for a staycation this year!
Liverpool Beatles Tour
If you ever loved the Beatles or just music history, then a Beatles Tour of Liverpool with A Private Taxi Guide is the way to go! Fab 4 Taxi Tours give you a unique private experience down Beatles memory lane for just you and your family, meaning there is no concern over crowded spaces and too many people. Swap any tour free of charge up until 24 hours before your tour begins, enjoying full flexibility. They’ll show you the highlights & hidden gems – fully immerse yourself in all things Beatles! What an incredible experience.
Obviously being my home area I feel incredibly lucky to live in Dorset and have all there is to offer. Whether your a young one or slightly older, I thoroughly recommend heading down to the Jurassic Coast and visiting either Kimmeridge or Lyme Regis where there is an amazing opportunity to spend the day fossil hunting and rock pooling. Take buckets and nets or rent equipment when down there, but do check their websites for tide times and availability. Take a picnic or grab some fish and chips when you’re there and enjoy a wonderful experience.
No matter where you are in the UK for your staycation, there will be some sort of National Trust property near you. One of the best things about these places is that they have big wide open spaces meaning you can stay out of doors and away from others whilst enjoying time with your loved ones. The best thing to do, is work out which property you want to go to and then go online to see if you need to book slots to go. If you don’t have passes then you will need to pay entrance fees each time you go somewhere, so do consider perhaps getting an Annual Pass if you think you’ll be going to lots of different ones throughout the year.
Whether you are going abroad or enjoying a staycation this year, or simply doing a couple of days out here and there or simply having picnics in your back garden and grabbing the paddling pool from the shed, the most important thing is to enjoy the time together, making memories that will last a lifetime!