2008 is already flying by and Easter is just round the corner already!! As it’s coming a little early this year, I thought I’d give a few suggestions about what to do for you and the family. Luckily, it just so happens that one of my hard working colleagues has put together her top 10 eco days out. I’ve picked out my top 5, so if you are looking for some good, green fun this Easter, check out one of the following suggestions:
BeWilderwood, near Norwich, Norfolk – A huge forest adventure, crammed full of activities for children of all ages, including treehouses, jungle bridges and boat trips
Nature’s World, Middlesborough – An innovative place to visit, this award winning environmental centre boosts a futuristic underground Ecocentre, unique indoor tropical garden, a working River Tees model and 26 acres of organic gardens, play areas and fun trails.
Eden Project, Bodelva, Cornwall – Eden is home to the two largest conservatories (known as ‘Covered Biomes’) in the world. This spectacular global garden is a “Living Theatre of People and Plants”
Greenwood Forest Park, Snowdonia – This award-winning family attraction has loads to enjoy including treetop towers, a Green Dragon family roller coaster and the 70m sledge slide
Ashdown Llama Park, East Grinstead, East Sussex – Set in 30 acres of beautiful countryside with views across Ashdown Forest to Gills Lap, the park has lots for families to see and do including over 100 llamas, alpacas and reindeer, a farm trail, museum and adventure play area
Let me know if you have any ideas of your own. Also, all of us at Avis are expecting to be very busy this Easter so be sure to book early to guarantee the best price.