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#1 of 1 things to do in Langold
We love a visit to the lake and taking the kids bikes or just visit for a nice walk with the dogs and the kids, it's free to park and walk round the is a small cafe which sell hot drinks and ice cream also do meal...
A proper lovely smallish but enough water park very well kept and clean plenty of free parking also a park to play on and a lovely walk around the lake it's a must to try out

Ashworth Barracks Museum

Doncaster, UK 8.5 mi away
#2 of 49 things to do in Doncaster
A guided tour of British Military history from World War I to the present day, with emphasis on the heroism and sacrifice of those members of the armed forces who have been awarded the Victoria Cross for gallantry...
The museum starts with the Boar War, moves on to the First World War, the Second World War, the Korean War, the Cold War and in more recent times, the Falklands War through to Afghanistan.

Reptile Rendezvous & Furry Friends

Doncaster, UK 10.0 mi away
#1 of 49 things to do in Doncaster
we had a fantastic time the boys loved meeting the meerkat's, Josh especially loved marvel taking a little nap on him he felt so special haha.
The shop is really nice and very clean, the staff are really friendly and have a good knowledge of each animal, they have a good choice of animals to meet aswel, the animals themselves are really well behaved and...

Creswell Crags

Worksop, UK 8.5 mi away
#2 of 15 things to do in Worksop
The most knowledgable, down to earth, friendly and funny tour guide you could hope for who kept the 7&5 year olds intrigued in the cave (JC, archaeologist) and some most surprising, fascinating history in the exhi...
... though - great space for picnics and playing - play area where you can climb a woolly mammoth - lovely walk around the lake with small stream surrounded by impressive gorge with caves to view - great for scram...
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Potteric Carr Nature Reserve

Doncaster, UK 8.4 mi away
#6 of 49 things to do in Doncaster
This is a great place to explore and see a whole host of wildlife friendly helpful staff in the visitor centre and an excellent cafe catering for most dietary requirements well worth a visit.
We had a good stroll round the marshes and spent time in the hides watching a marsh harrier and chatting to our fellow bird watchers .

Bawtry Paintball & Laser Fields

Bawtry, UK 6.5 mi away
#1 of 5 things to do in Bawtry
Took my son and his friends to bawtry paintballing and it was amazing they all loved the full day the staff was amazing couldnt do enough to make his day special for him and the food was amazing we all loved it 10...
Fantastic quick response and a very generous donation given towards our charity event on Boxing Day this year for a fabulous local hospice; I m sure whoever wins will have a great time at Bawtry paintball, can’t t...

The Big Tops Play and Party Centre

Dinnington, UK 4.8 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Dinnington
Excellent place and Lovely Staff Members - Highly Recommended to organise Birthday Parties
Adults point of view- excellent value for money compared to other play centres, clean, safe, friendly staff, nice coffee and food.

Mr Straw's House

Worksop, UK 4.4 mi away
#1 of 15 things to do in Worksop
The tour guides which are all volunteers are excellent in the houses history, good size car park across the road and it's advisable to ring and book a slot for the tour.
... at Worksop Priory Church, William married Florence Ann Winks, daughter of the prosperous butcher and later councillor David Wall Winks, who owned the butchers across the street from the The Straw's Grocery Shop.

The Vulcan Experience

Doncaster, UK 8.7 mi away
#3 of 49 things to do in Doncaster
... got me kitted out in a set of overalls and a hi viz vest and after being introduced to the crew chief, Taff Stone, we set off with passport at the ready to get through to the checkpoint to airside of the airport.
I have loved the Vulcan for many years and went down to see her at Robin Hood airport a couple of years ago when you got the tour and heard all about her from the very knowledge volunteers Luckily I was able to ge...

Hodsock Priory

Blyth 2.3 mi away
#1 of 6 things to do in Blyth
Facilities are limited to a bacon/sausage butties and drinks van and porta-toilets, but with large gardens as well as the bluebell woods it is well worth the journey.
In the morning whilst I was getting ready sandwiches and drinks were brought in for us - they remained completely unobtrusive but made sure every need was met - they were brilliant - Accessibility - both of my par...
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Kings Park

Retford, UK 8.3 mi away
#3 of 19 things to do in Retford
... and also plenty space to wander and have picnics when the weather is good , also there are panto's outdoors held through the School holidays in Summer , so worth the time taken to visit this pearl of Retford
... we took a picnic with us and had icecream they didnt want to leave me and there nana had a lovely stroll around the rose garden and sat for a while just admiring the roses it was one of the best bays ever we a...
#13 of 164 things to do in Sheffield
Well what a find this was - little gem of a place with animals , fairy gardens and other quirky stuff , the kids thoroughly enjoyed it Fantastic play area , large picnic area We ate in Cafe and had Roast Pork bap...
... Loads to do and see Very clean facility, helpful and informative staff Talks on lemurs,meerkats,parrots and birds of prey both entertaining and informative Great value for money - £42.30 for a full days enjoyment

The Harley Gallery

Worksop, UK 8.4 mi away
#3 of 15 things to do in Worksop
The cafe is good but always busy, the farm shop has a wide range of home and local produced foods, the garden centre is worth a visit too, a wide range of things including another cafe tooked away,
... of other places worth a visit, including the Harley Cafe, a deli - selling locally produced foods including cheeses, meats , vegetables, wines, beers, pies, cakes and lots, lots more -, and a garden centre.

Roche Abbey

Rotherham, UK 4.6 mi away
#6 of 38 things to do in Rotherham
Set in a picturesque valley, it's off the beaten track, a few miles from Rotherham and you do have to negotiate a cobbled road down to the car park, but it's worthwhile for the views.
It's a lovely place for a picnic and there's nice walks around the site and surrounding area.

The Tournament Ground

Blyth 2.4 mi away
#2 of 6 things to do in Blyth
My husband found The Tournament Ground, it looked like great fun and they were very accommodating and were able to fit us in.
They did combat archery, bush craft and shooting.
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Aston Springs Farm

Rotherham, UK 7.8 mi away
#7 of 38 things to do in Rotherham
Brilliant for all the family, there is a lovely cafe and a wide range of animals to see, you can take a long walk or just visit the small barn, we enjoyed our day out, feed the animals and there is a lovely park o...
It’s a beautiful walk, lovely woodland areas with lots of friendly well kept animals along the way, goats and the baby alpaca being our favourite.

Chesterfield Canal

Worksop, UK 5.0 mi away
#8 of 15 things to do in Worksop
And, on a sunny day, the chance to sit in the adjacent and delightful Lock Keeper pub garden and take refreshment whilst waiting 40 minutes between booking the trip and climbing on board was a definite bonus.
... heron,and water snakes which you can sometimes catch sunbathing by the canal,and the elusive kingfisher.The cafe is good,nice range of light bites,and a special of the day,along with ice creams and good range ...

The Canch Park

Worksop, UK 5.1 mi away
#10 of 15 things to do in Worksop