GIVEAWAY – Family Membership To English Heritage

GIVEAWAY – Family Membership To English Heritage

One of the things we said we wanted to do this year was to spend more time doing things as a family. More trips to interesting places to see interesting things. We’ve been trying to introduce the children to more history and culture and one look at the English Heritage website shows that they have plenty of both available. Kids go free to English Heritage properties which makes them great places to visit as a family.

The next place on our list of English Heritage properties to try is Brodsworth Hall and Gardens, we like the idea of visiting the hall and gardens but also the kids playground and the tearooms, which is described by the following statement….

  • The scrumptious cakes and treats in the tearoom
GIVEAWAY - Family Membership to English Heritage

Brodsworth Hall and Gardens, South Yorkshire © John Critchley

I’m sold! All the best days out have to involve cake as well as fun and education don’t they?

I have a Family Membership to English Heritage to giveaway to one reader, all you have to do is follow the rafflecopter instructions below to enter! Entry is open to UK residents only, aged 18 or over and the giveaway closes at 11.59pm on 7th November 2014.

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GIVEAWAY – Family Membership To English Heritage — 59 Comments

  1. Great giveaway …. Love English Heritage! Osborne House on the Isle of Wight is my favourite place to visit …… Former home of Queen Victoria. You can even see her bathing hut!!

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  3. Audley End House and Garden is amazing and they have lots of different events on in the year. Also Dover Castle has so much history and its a little scary – thank you for the giveaway x

  4. If you have kids then Crich Tram Museum is a good day out. If no kids then Burghley House is worth a visit for the house and gardens.

  5. If you’re ever down on the south coast then Christchurch castle is worth a look around. Then you have the priory, town and coast to fill the day.

  6. Burghley House – Stamford: particularly good in the summer for the children due to the wonderful grounds and the water features the children can play with.

  7. Brodsworth house in Doncaster the staff are amazing and have a huge knowledge of the place and are very happy to share their knowledge, its a beautiful house and gardens and has a faded beauty about it you can feel the history in the bones of it

  8. Old Sarum, its a lovely place to walk around with brilliant views of Salisbury (including Salisbury Cathedral) and the castle is interesting too.

  9. Wallington Hall, in Northumberland, it has the tree climbing tree, three play areas, one of which is Wallington Station and has a train there (it’s a slide with a train carriage) and the house and gardens if you want a bit of culture

  10. Chirk castle near Wrexham is a great day out. Part of the castle is still lived in but you can still look around and see the beautiful decor and furniture. The other part has been left to how it may have looked hundreds of years ago. Plenty of outdoor activities there for all the family too.

  11. Playdale Farm near Cayton Bay in Scarborough. Loads to see and do even if it’s raining as it has loads of indoor play areas 🙂

  12. Eastnor Castle in Herefordshire. You can visit the castle, the gardens and there is a children’s play area. They also have a lot of events organised throughout the year

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