Fun Days Out for Kids that Love Cars

Fun Days Out for Kids that Love Cars

Schools out for summer, which means that you might be wondering how to pass the time with a little one in tow.

If you're a proud owner of a car crazy child, then you're in luck. There's plenty of great family days out you can take them on.

Bringing all the magic of their favourite toys to life, there’s some unmissable car related events that you might want to take your little ones to. Before you do, please check their website for opening times and restrictions in place in line with the latest Covid news and developments.

Legoland, Windsor
A magical resort with an awesome Legoland hotel for those who want to immerse themselves in the complete experience. Among the many rides and attractions on offer is a very exciting ‘Learner Driver’s course. Here 3-5 year olds can drive electric cars around a realistic course in the hope of earning their very own LEGOLAND drivers licence, cool! Tickets start from £32pp, book ahead for the best price, and visit legoland.co.uk for more.
Ok, ok, so it’s not quite cars – but any fan of a four-wheel machine is bound to love Diggerworld! Based in Kent, Durham, Devon and Yorkshire, this is literally a world of diggers – get to know your JCB’s from a skittle t a spindizzy, you’ll be speaking the lingo before you go home! With mini land rovers and tractors to ride on, this is a world of fun for children of all ages. Children under 90cm go free, otherwise it’s £16.99 for kids and adults alike.
Let the little ones run off some steam at the motor museum at Beaulieu. They can ride on the ‘Skytrain’ and wonder at the marvel of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and Mr Bean’s mini on display.There’s also a children’s racetrack (for kids under the height of 4’8) open during term time weekends and school holidays. Plus there’s Go Karts for 5 year +. Book in advance and a family ticket costs £49.00, for more visit beaulieu.co.uk
For the ultimate cool car gift, the Munchy Play Vroom-Vroom plate with a built-in racetrack.
*Prices correct at time of going to press.

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