Where to spend your spring break in the North West

25 April 2019

The promise of bright and sunny springtime days makes it the perfect time to get the whole family together and go away.

Days Inn Chester, located in the North-West, is near to a wide variety of fun places and activities for all the family.

Here’s some ideas on where to spend your spring break in the North West.

1. Chester Zoo

One of the most top-rated attractions in the North West is Chester Zoo. With over 21,000 animals spread across 125 acres, including giraffes, penguins and tigers, there’s enough to see and do to spend an entire day exploring.

At Chester Zoo, you’ll be able to keep the kids entertained with a variety of events running daily, and there’s always something new and exciting to come back for. This Spring, don’t miss the Tale of Madagascar, a brand new, walkthrough lemur habitat.

2. Blue Planet Aquarium

Another top rated attraction for animal exploration in the North West is the Blue Planet Aquarium.

Boasting Europe’s largest collection of sharks, this stunning aquarium features over 100 living displays, and of course boasts an underwater tunnel for you to experience a 360 under the sea experience!

For the ultimate experience, book your whole family the shark diving encounter, if you dare!

3. The Crocky Trail

For an outdoor adventure in the North West like no other, take your kids to The Crocky Trail, a mile-long adventure and exercise trail, located just 20 minutes from Days Inn Chester.

This award winning family fun trail is packed with adrenaline-fueled rides and challenges that children and adults alike can get involved with, including a maze, tree and pyramid climbing.

4. New Brighton

If the weather is particularly warm and you fancy a day at the beach, New Brighton is a great choice in the North West.

Although not as big as further away Northern beaches such as Southport and Blackpool, dog-friendly New Brighton still has everything you need to have a pleasant day by the seaside.

The promenade walk is particularly beautiful, and boasts a stunning Liverpool skyline from across the River Mersey.

5. Peak District

For a day out exploring one of England’s most popular national parks, the Peak District is in close proximity for you to take the family for an active day out hiking the western parts of this vast national park.

Take a guided walk around the breath-taking scenery around you, and if you fancy a break and an afternoon cup of tea and cake, visit Lyme house, a large National Trust property with beautiful gardens, moorland and a deer park.

Wrapping up

Days Inn Chester is conveniently located in the North West so you can make the most of your springtime holiday in and around the local area.

With such a variety of things to do nearby, you’ll be spoilt for choice if you choose to take your spring break in the North West near Days Inn Chester. Book with us now.

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