Blue Peter: Blue Peter Badge Attractions

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Blue Peter badge holders can visit over 200 places in the UK for free! Badge Attractions will admit one badge winner (with a badge and badge winners card) when accompanied by a full paying adult.

  • The outside of Abbey House Museum. Abbey House Museum Abbey House Museum is a re-creation of Leeds streets and houses from the year 1880. The museum also contains galleries about the history of Kirkstall Abbey, Childhood, and Leeds Social History.
  • An illuminated theme park ride at night Adventure Island Adventure Island is a theme park in Southend-on-Sea that has 34 rides and 50 attractions including Dragons Claw, Rage, Ramba Zamba and the Time Machine.
  • People on the Smiler ride Alton Towers Resort Alton Towers Resort has over 50 rides and attractions, including the world’s first 14 loop rollercoaster – The Smiler. The Smiler will marmalise your body and mind, combining an intense physical encounter with a series of twisted psychological effects.
  • Colourful fish in an aquarium Anglesey Sea Zoo Anglesey Sea Zoo is the biggest aquarium in Wales. There are over 150 species to see in the zoo, as well as a shark pool.
  • A child performing a scientific experiment At-Bristol At-Bristol is a science and technology centre in Bristol featuring over 300 hands-on exhibits about space, the human brain and other subjects.
  • A medieval table set with jugs and pots in an ornate dining room. Barley Hall Barley Hall is a medieval townhouse, once home to the Priors of Nostell and the Mayor of York. Visitors to Barley Hall can make themselves at home, sit on the chairs, handle the objects and experience what it would have been like to live in medieval England.
  • A boy feeding an animal at Barleylands Farm. Barleylands Farm Park and Craft Village Barleylands Farm Park and Craft Village is the perfect all weather attraction, a great place to visit for the whole family. The Farm Park has indoor and outdoor adventure play areas and lots animals to see. The Craft Village has over 50 different craft studios. Watch the blacksmith’s and be mesmerised by the glass blowers.
  • Two children running across the gardens at Bateman's Bateman's - The National Trust Batemans's House was the home of author Rudyard Kipling from 1902. Kipling is famous for writing many poems and stories including The Jungle Book. Visitors can see the inside of the house as well as the surrounding gardens.
  • Three children peering up a staircase Beatrix Potter Gallery The Beatrix Potter Gallery is where you can find pictures, sketches and drawings by the author of The Tale of Peter Rabbit.
  • A blue vintage car Beaulieu National Motor Museum Beaulieu National Motor Museum is a collection of over 250 automobiles and motorcycles that tell the story of motoring on the roads of Britain from the dawn of motoring to the present day. The collection ranges from world land speed record breakers to film and TV favourites including the Flying Ford Anglia from the Harry Potter films.
  • A model farm with a  tractor and farm-house. Bekonscot Model Village Bekonscot Model Village is the oldest original model village in the world. There are six model villages set within the miniature landscape, with model towns, railways and landscapes.
  • The outside of Belton House on an autumn day. Belton House Belton House is a country house and has the biggest adventure playground in Lincolnshire, as well as a deer park and other wildlife.
  • A Blue Peter badge. Biggar Puppet Theatre Biggar Puppet Theatre is a Victorian style Puppet Theatre in Biggar, Scotland. Visitors can also go on backstage and museum tours.
  • A penguin looking to the right. Birdland Park and Gardens Birdland Park and Gardens is a wildlife park in Gloucestershire, England. Birdland has over 500 birds to see including flamingos, pelicans, penguins, cranes, storks and waterfowl.
  • A Blue Peter badge. Black Country Living Museum Black Country Living Museum has historic buildings from all around the Black Country that have been moved and authentically rebuilt, to create a tribute to the traditional skills and enterprise of the people that once lived in the heart of industrial Britain.
  • A Great White Shark swimming in water. Blackpool Sea Life Centre Blackpool Sea Life Centre is one of over 200 attractions around the UK that Blue Peter badge holders can get into for free. Badge holders must be accompanied by a fee-paying adult and must also remember to take their Blue Peter badge and badge ID card to get in free. For further details please contact Blackpool Sealife Centre directly, either via their website or the contact details below.
  • A seal trainer with two seals Blackpool Zoo Park Blackpool Zoo Park has over 1500 animals including seals, lions, giraffes and gorillas. The park also houses 'Dinosaur Safari', an exhibition featuring plastic models of 32 life-size dinosaurs.
  • A young man grining through a shark's jaw bones. Blue Reef Aquarium - Newquay Blue Reef Aquarium in Newquay houses local marine animals from the Cornish coast as well as hundreds of other tropical species.
  • An otter eating a piece of fish. Blue Reef Aquarium - Southsea Blue Reef Aquarium in Southsea houses sealife ranging from local marine species to hundreds of tropical fish.
  • A man and a little girl pointing at a stingray in an ocean tank. Blue Reef Aquarium - Tynemouth At Blue Reef Aquarium in Tynemouth you can see hundreds of local and tropical fish in huge ocean tanks. You can also meet a colony of miniature monkeys in the 'Amazing Amazon' exhibit.
  • A large turtle swimming, with other marine life behind. Brighton Sea Life Centre Brighton Sea Life Centre features a wide range of marine life as well as an 'Interactive Rockpool' and 'Amazonian Jungle'.
  • A collection of vintage lawnmowers in a garden. British Lawnmower Museum The British Lawnmower Museum is a museum about lawnmowers in Southport. The museum has over 300 restored exhibits of garden machinery over the last 200 years.
  • A Blue Peter badge. British Wildlife Centre At the British Wildlife Centre you can see over forty different native wild animal species from tiny harvest mice to huge red deer...and everything in between.
  • The ornate back end of Brunel's SS Great Britain. Black with golden patterns. Brunel's SS Great Britain Brunel’s SS Great Britain is a famous Victorian ship held at Bristol dock in England. The ship has been fully restored so visitors can experience what life would have been like onboard for Victorian passengers and crew.
  • A butterfly on a flower. Butterfly World Project The Butterfly World Project is home to over 600 butterflies. The Tropical Butterfly House contains butterflies of all shapes, sizes and colours.
  • Two girls playing an interactive quiz about the Beatles on a screen. The Beatles Story The Beatles Story is a museum that tells the history of how Paul McCartney, John Lennon, George Harrison and Ringo Starr formed Liverpool's most famous band, The Beatles.
  • A tiny light brown pigglet snuggling up to a baby lamb in a plant pot. The Big Sheep The Big Sheep in Devon allows visitors to take part in activities such as lamb feeding, dog trials and horse whispering.
  • The Blackpool Tower Ballroom The Blackpool Tower Ballroom The Blackpool Tower Ballroom is one of the UK’s most famous venues, where guests can show off their dance moves to music from the world-famous Wurlitzer!
  • The Blackpool Tower Circus The Blackpool Tower Circus Set amongst the four legs of The Blackpool Tower, this Circus has wowed audiences since 1894! Clowns Mooky and Mr Booo lead world-class acrobats for an exciting performance and a breath-taking water finale!
  • The Blackpool Tower Dungeon The Blackpool Tower Dungeon With 10 shows and a drop ride, The Blackpool Tower Dungeon takes you on a 70-minute journey through 1000 years of Lancashire’s murky past. Hang out with witches in Pendle; offload with Skippool Smugglers and battle your way through a Viking camp!
  • The Blackpool Tower Eye The Blackpool Tower Eye The Blackpool Tower Eye includes a 4D cinema experience that brings Blackpool to life with special effects including wind, rain and motion. You can check out the views 116 metres above Blackpool and face your fear by stepping out onto the new SKYWALK with nothing but glass between you and the promenade over a hundred metres below!
  • A large shark being watched by a diver. The Blue Planet Aquarium The Blue Planet Aquarium in Cheshire is home to a wide collection of sea creatures from all over the world including sharks, frogs, otters and crabs.
  • An oak writing desk with letters, and ink pot and quill placed on it. The Bronte Parsonage And Museum The Bronte Parsonage and Museum is where the Brontë sisters - Charlotte, Emily and Anne Brontë - spent most of their lives and wrote classic novels such as Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights. The museum tells the story of the Brontë sisters' lives and works.
  • The stately home Calke Abbey. Calke Abbey Calke Abbey is a country house in Derbyshire. Visitors can wander through the beautiful walled gardens, orangery, auricula theatre and kitchen gardens.
  • Carrickfergus Castle. Carrickfergus Castle Carrickfergus Castle is situated on the northern shore of Belfast Lough and is one of Northern Ireland’s most striking monuments. From prison to armoury, the castle has undergone many changes during its long history.
  • A painting of Charles Dickens. Charles Dickens Museum Charles Dickens Museum is the former home of Charles Dickens, the author of famous novels like 'Oliver' and 'A Christmas Carol'. The museum shows how Dickens lived and why he was inspired by his surroundings.
  • A young girl watering plants with a watering can. Chartwell Chartwell was the home of one of England's most famous Prime Ministers, Sir Winston Churchill. At Chartwell, you can see how Churchill lived, and discover his hidden talent for painting.
  • Cheddar Gorge Cheddar Gorge Visit Britain’s biggest gorge, take in the dramatic cliffs rising up 450ft and explore the stunning stalactite caves below.
  • A Blue Peter badge. Chessington World of Adventures Chessington World of Adventures Resort features over 40 rides and attractions in ten themed lands plus a Zoo with more than 1,000 animals and it’s very own SEA LIFE centre.
  • A meerkat. Chester Zoo Chester Zoo is home to 11,000 animals; all roaring, flying, jumping, munching, snoozing and playing in 110 acres of gardens!
  • Chill Factore Chill Factore Chill Factore is home to the UK’s longest indoor skiing and snowboarding slope and the coolest family day out in the North West.
  • A woman looking at Roman pottery. Colchester Castle Colchester Castle Museum takes you through 2,000 years of British history and showcases Roman armour and pottery.
  • A red panda. Colchester Zoo Colchester Zoo is home to 260 species and over 50 daily displays.
  • A camouflaged tank. Combined Military Services Museum The Combined Military Services Museum contains artifacts about the army, navy, air force, special forces and the secret service.
  • A girl looking at a seal in an ocean tank. Cornish Seal Sanctuary The Cornish Seal Sanctuary is a sanctuary for injured seal pups. Visitors to the sanctuary can see the seals and learn about how they are cared for.
  • A Blue Peter badge. Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens Encounter anteaters, giraffes, lions and penguins, in over 160 acres of parklands at Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens.
  • Children in hats watch a woman dressed in nineteenth century clothes use bellows. Cromer Museum The Cromer Museum is home to a tiny cottage based on the life of a fisherman at the end of the 19th century. The museum offers workshops, guided walks and other activities.
  • A child wearing a mask coloured in with crayons. Cumberland Pencil Museum Want to see the world's longest colour pencil? Want to pretend your a member of a pirate crew, or a performer in a circus? All this is possible at the Pencil Museum!
  • A young girl leading a reindeer through a forested area. The Cairngorm Reindeer Centre The Cairngorm Reindeer Centre in Scotland takes visitors to the Cairngorm mountains to see Britain's only herd of reindeer. Visitors can see the reindeer in their natural habitat and help feed them.
  • A man standing in a vast cave with waterfalls. Dan-Yr-Ogof Showcaves The Dan-Yr-Ogof Showcaves in Wales contain a frozen waterfall, huge caverns and the large Cathedral Cave.
  • A steam train. Didcot Railway Centre The Didcot Railway Centre is home to a huge collection of Great Western Railway steam engines, coaches, wagons, buildings and relics.
  • The enterance foyer of 'DIG' containing glass cabinets and other exhibits. DIG DIG offers you a unique archaeological adventure to get you on your way to becoming a real archaeologist. Owned by the same archaeologists who created JORVIK Viking Centre.
  • Captain Scott's ship, RRS Discovery, in port. Discovery Point Discover how Captain Scott and his crew lived on board the RSS Discovery and his famous expedition to Antarctica.
  • Doctor Who Experience Doctor Who Experience This interactive journey takes you and the Doctor on a spectacular adventure through time and space. Step through a crack in time and help the Doctor, armed with his Sonic Screwdriver to escape from his foes, fly the TARDIS and come face-to-face with some of the scariest monsters seen on screen including Daleks, Cybermen and Sontarans. Featuring exclusive filmed sequences with Matt Smith and packed with amazing special effects, this multi-sensory experience is fun for the family and fans alike.
  • Dunvegan Castle on top of a hill. Dunvegan Castle Visit the oldest continually inhabited castle in Scotland! Visitors can take tours of the castle and wander round the estate.
  • The fossilised skull of a dinosaur. The Dinosaur Museum The Dinosaur Museum in Dorset contains fossils and skeletons of dinosaurs, as well as computer displays that help visitors to understand the pre-historic age.
  • A child trying out part of a steam engine East Pool Mine East Pool Mine is a former mining site in Cornwall where visitors can learn about the history of mining in the area. The site is home to two great beam engines, one of which weighs 52 tons.
  • Eastnor Castle surrounded by trees. Eastnor Castle Visitors can explore the inside of Eastnor Castle and enjoy outdoor activities including a children's adventure playground.
  • The two Eden Project biomes. Eden Project The Eden Project in Cornwall is home to plants from all over the world, as well as the world's largest indoor rainforest.
  • A leopard's face. Edinburgh Zoo Edinburgh Zoo in Scotland is home to a wide range of species, from leopards to chimps to penguins. It is also the only zoo in Britain to house koalas.
  • A woman and a young boy looking at an exhibit. Eureka! The National Children's Museum Eureka! is an interactive museum in Halifax. Visitors can see their own skeleton, build a house or play at the outdoor PlayScape and inland beach.
  • A Blue Peter badge. Exploris Exploris is an aquarium in the conservation village of Partaferry where you can see rescued seals being nursed back to health. The aquarium is also home to the 'Discovery Pools' where visitors can see thornback rays, flatfish and small sharks.
  • The Edinburgh Dungeon The Edinburgh Dungeon With 11 shows and 2 rides, The Edinburgh Dungeon takes you on a thrill-filled journey through 1000 years of Scotland’s murky past, meeting a cast of infamous villains, rogues and rascals along the way.
  • Three schoolboys looking at the remains of a Roman skeleton in a glass case. Fishbourne Roman Palace and Museum Fishbourne Roman Palace in West Sussex contains the remains of a Roman palace from the 1st century AD. The palace was originally surrounded by grand gardens, a portion of which have been reconstructed for visitors to walk around.
  • Ancient wooden monument. Flag Fen Bronze Age Excavation Flag Fen Archaeology Park is a Bronze Age site near Peterborough. The site is home to an ancient wooden monument built 3,300 years ago which is known as the 'Stonehenge of the Fens'.
  • The world's first pinhole camera in a glass box. Fox Talbot Museum The Fox Talbot Museum celebrates the life and work of William Henry Fox Talbot who is credited as the creator of the photographic process. Visitors can see the world's first pinhole camera, as featured on Blue Peter in January 2012.
  • A Blue Peter badge. The Faraday Museum At the Faraday Museum get the whole family involved with science, maths and engineering. Visitors can learn about Michael Faraday and see his laboratory and instruments.
  • A large grey fighter jet is in the foreground with various other aircraft behind. The Fleet Air Arm Museum The Fleet Air Arm Museum is the second largest naval aviation museum in the world and is home to over ninety aircraft and 30 thousand artefacts about the Royal Navy.
  • A girl wearing a helmet while holding a hammer. Geevor Tin Mine Geevor Tin Mine is a 20th Century tin mine located in an area that has been mined for thousands of years. Visitors can discover how tin was mined here and explore the undreground and overground parts of the site.
  • The outside of Gilbert White's House. Gilbert White's House and The Oates Museum Gilbert White's House and The Oates Museum is a museum that celebrates famous explorers of the natural world, notably Captain Scott's Polar expedition.
  • A Blue Peter badge. Gladstone Working Pottery Museum Gladstone Working Pottery Museum is a complete Victorian pottery factory from the days when coal-burning ovens made the world's finest bone china. Visitors can explore the museum and take part in daily workshops.
  • A shark  swimming underwater Great Yarmouth Sea Life Centre Great Yarmouth Sea Life Centre is home to hundreds of sea creatures including crabs, starfish, sharks and stingrays.
  • A Blue Peter badge. Groombridge Place Gardens and Enchanted Forest Groombridge Place Gardens and Enchanted Forest are home to 17th century gardens, a Swing Walk and demonstrations of birds of prey.
  • Cannons lined along the inside wall of a wooden ship. The Golden Hinde Educational Trust The Golden Hinde Educational Trust is home to The Golden Hinde, a full-sized reconstruction of the Tudor warship in which Sir Francis Drake travelled around the globe between 1577 and 1580. Visitors can go onboard the ship to see how the crew lived.
  • The large water wheel at Laxey Mines, red next to a large white building. The Great Laxey Wheel Mines Trail The Great Laxey Wheel Mines Trail is the largest surviving working waterwheel in the world. Visitors can climb to the top of the wheel and learn about the lives of the Laxey Miners.
  • The interior of a study with a large portrait of an old man on the wall and books on a bookcase. The Grove Museum The Grove Museum tells the story of Victorian life in the mid 1800s. Visitors can also walk through the old farm which still contains sheep, ducks and chickens.
  • An actor dressed as Henry the Eighth stood in front of Hampton Court Palace Hampton Court Palace Hampton Court Palace is one of the most famous palaces in the UK. Visitors can discover the long and royal history of the grounds and take part in activities like the ghost trail.
  • A girl having her face painted by a woman Harewood House Harewood House near Leeds is a country house that is over 250 years old. Visitors can take a tour of the house, gardens and art collections or play in the adventure playground.
  • A group of children dressed in historical costume with masks on their faces Harvington Hall Harvington Hall is an Elizabethan manor house near Kidderminster. Visitors can take a tour of the house and dress up in outfits from the Elizabethan era.
  • An old steam locomotive. Head of Steam - Darlington Railway Museum HDarlington Railway Museum is based in the North East of England. Visitors to the museum can see exhibits about railways and locomotives.
  • A staircase and archway within Highclere Castle Highclere Castle Highclere Castle is a country house in Hampshire, built in the Elizabethan style. Visitors can take a tour of the castle and look at the Egyptian exhibition.
  • Polar bears Highland Wildlife Park Discover Scottish wildlife and endangered animals of the world’s mountains and tundra regions. Watch out for the UK’s only polar bears, Walker and Arktos!
  • A baby elephant and its mother Howletts Wild Animal Park Howletts Wild Animal Park is home to a range of wild animals and also hundreds of rare and endangered species from around the world.
  • A swan in a lake Humber Estuary Discovery Centre The Humber Estuary Discovery Centre is close to the beach and sand dunes in Cleesthorpes. Visitors can go on nature walks and boat trips in the surrounding area and go up to the observatory that overlooks the Humber Estuary.
  • An otter lifting its head out of water. Hunstanton Sea Life and Marine Sanctuary Hunstanton Sea Life Sanctuary is home to a variety of animals from otters and penguins to a seal rescue facility and hospital. Among the big collection of life in the displays are sharks, seahorses and rays.
  • A man wearing a helmet is stood in a spotlight in a cave lit with colourful lights. The Heights of Abraham County Park And Caverns The Heights Of Abraham County Park and Caverns is home to Britain's first alpine style cable car system. Rising from the valley floor, the cars transport you to the hilltop where visitors will find adventure playgrounds, wildlife and woodland walks.
  • Three mini coopers are on a red podium crossing a finish line. The Heritage Motor Centre The Heritage Motor Centre museum tells the history of the motor car and is home to car models from the last 100 years.
  • An exhibition of a small Viking longboat being cleaned by a model of a Viking man. The House of Manannan Museum The House of Manannan Museum tells the history of the Isle of Man and is home to Odin's Raven, a two-thirds scale replica of a Viking longship.
  • A Blue Peter badge. Inveraray Jail Inveraray Jail is a living museum where real people portray life in a 19th century prison. You can interact with costumed characters, watch courtroom trials, talk to the prisoners, meet the Warder, go to jail and witness cell life.
  • Two young children weigh sweets in a old fashioned sweet shop. The Ironbridge Gorge Museums The Ironbridge Gorge Museums - including Blists Hill Victorian Town and the Museum of the Gorge - give insight into the history of the famous area.
  • A wax model of a man from Viking times Jorvik Viking Centre The Jorvik Viking Centre is a museum in York that contains artefacts from Viking times such pottery, metalwork and textiles.
  • The outside of the castle with a large painted wall Kelburn Country Centre Kelburn Country Centre is home to a 13th century castle in Ayrshire, Scotland. Visitors can take part in outdoor activities such as pony-trekking and explore the secret forest.
  • The ruins of an old, brown castle with a large green tree to the right. Kenilworth Castle and Elizabethan Garden Kenilworth Castle is a Tudor castle located in Warwickshire. Visitors can learn about the castle's history and walk around its grounds.
  • Mannequins wearing white dresses from The Court Dress Collection Kensington Palace State Apartments Kensington Palace State Apartments and The Court Dress Collection gives visitors the chance to see where members of the English Royal family have lived over the years. The dress collection contains dresses worn my notable Royals including Diana, Princess of Wales.
  • Two children playing with a red steam pumping engine Kew Bridge Steam Museum Brentford Kew Bridge Steam Museaum was built in the 19th century to supply London with water. Visitors can see the world's largest collection of steam pumping engine and discover how London's water supply has evolved from Roman times to the present day.
  • Close-up of an owl's face Kielder Water Bird of Prey Centre Kielder Water Bird of Prey Centre in Northumberland is home to wide variety of birds, including eagles, hawks and kites. Visitors to the centre can handle some of the birds and learn about how they are cared for.
  • Legoland Manchester LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre Manchester Lose yourself in over 2 million LEGO® bricks, all under one roof! Zap the skeletons in the Kingdom Quest laser ride, learn the secrets of the Master Model Builder and burn some rubber on the Forest Pursuit driving adventure!
  • A parade of Royal guards built out of Lego LEGOLAND® Windsor LEGOLAND® Windsor is a theme park dedicated to LEGO, where you can splash and play in DUPLO Valley's Splash Safari and Drench Towers, and visit a galaxy of LEGO Star Wars characters.
  • A Blue Peter badge. Levant Mine and Beam Engine Levant Mine and Beam Engine is perched in a house on the edge of the cliffs in Levant. Visitors can discover the history of the mine and take tours through an underground miners' tunnel and follow a cliff walk.
  • The outside of Levens Hall covered in moss. Levens Hall Levens Hall is a large stately house and gardens in Cumbria. Visitors can take a tour round the house or walk around the grounds where deer and bagot goats can be seen.
  • Two children playing with an interactive projection of a London tube map. London Transport Museum The London Transport Museum conserves and explains the history of London's transport system. Visitors can get inside fun versions of a bus, train, tube and taxi and try on replica costumes.
  • Two rhinos running across a field. Longleat Safari and Adventure Park Longleat Safari and Adventure Park is a drive-through safari park in Wiltshire, England. Visitors can get up close to zebras, rhinos, wolves and many other wild animals.
  • The site of the Lullingstone Roman Villa's excavation. Lullingstone Roman Villa Lullingstone Roman Villa in Kent was built during the Roman occupation of Britain. Visitors can see the remains of the villa and learn about Roman life.
  • A man dressed as a Viking holds his sword in the air with one hand and a helmet up with the other. The London Bridge Experience And The London Tombs The London Bridge Experience and The London Tombs take visitors on a tour through the 'dark' moments of London's history such as Queen Boudiccia's battles with the Romans and The Great Fire of London. The London Tombs is only suitable for children over 11 years old.
  • A young boy holds a pretend axe in the air while his parents are stuck behind jail bars behind him. The London Dungeon The London Dungeon takes you on a 90-minute journey through over 1000 years of London’s murky past. You can face your fear on the ‘Drop Dead’ ride and meet over 20 infamous characters from history including Guy Fawkes in his own explosive show!
  • Celebrity Wax Works Madame Tussauds Blackpool Step into the world of fame surrounded by your favourite stars and amazing interactive sets from TV, music, film, sports and comedy.
  • Wax figures of celebrities in front of London landmarks. Madame Tussauds London Filled with 14 interactive zones and the Marvel Super Heroes 4D movie experience, Madame Tussauds London combines glitz and glamour with incredible history.
  • A young boy and girl look amazed by lava floating in mid air. Magna Science Adventure Centre Magna Science Adventure Centre contains four seperate pavilions full of exhibits - these are based around the subjects of earth, air, fire and water. There is also an outdoor play area and a water play area.
  • The Mappa Mundi, which is an ancient Indian map of the world. Mappa Mundi And Chained Library Exhibition The Mappa Mundi & Chained Library Exhibition is famous for housing a mediaeval map of the world and the chained library. Visitors can learn about the history of both objects through models, original artifacts and modern interactive technology.
  • A large white villa set on the side of a large lake with two boats in the foreground. Marble Hill House Marble Hill House is a palladian villa set in 66 acres of parkland in southwest London. Visitors can tour the surrounding grounds and see the Georgian furniture and paintings.
  • Five old cricket balls on stands, one is engraved. Marylebone Cricket Club The Marylebone Cricket Club Museum is the world's oldest sporting museum and contains cricket memorabilia dating back to the 1800s.
  • Metal balls Mechanical Art and Design Museum Roaring mechanical dinosaurs, marble machines, giant clapping hands, water clocks and 3D faces - interact with a whole host of weird and wonderful contraptions at the MAD Museum.
  • A medieval soldier dressed up and looking down the barrel of an old rifle. Micklegate Bar - Henry VII Experience Situated on the route of the York’s famous walls walk, Micklegate Bar Museum is over 800 years old. Learn about pageantry and the barbaric history that has unfolded through the centuries.
  • A machine is showing a bolt of electricity conducting. Milton Keynes Museum The Milton Keynes Museum is set in the surroundings of Stacey Hill Farm, which was built early in the Victorian era as a model farm. The museum displays the history and development of the North Buckinghamshire and South Northamptonshire area.
  • Two chimpanzees are hugging eachother, they both have pink flower petals in their mouths. Monkey World Ape Rescue Centre Monkey World Ape Rescue Centre is home to chimpanzees, orang-utans, gibbons and many other species of primates.
  • The interior of the Manx museum with various exhibitions and displays. A whale skeletion is hanging from the ceiling. The Manx Museum The Manx Museum presents the story of the Isle of Mann and explains Manx culture and traditions through galleries and interactive displays.
  • A large black and red steam train coming towards the camera. The Midland Railway Butterley The Midland Railway Butterley in Derbyshire is home to model and miniature railways as well as collection of vintage trains.
  • A small, grey baby Shetland pony foal. The Miniature Pony Centre The Miniature Pony Centre in Devon is home to a collection of miniature Shetland ponies. Visitors can see the animals and play in the indoor and outdoor play areas.
  • A Blue Peter badge. The Monkey Sanctuary The Monkey Sanctuary in Cornwall is home to a selection of monkey species including Barbary Macaques, Patas and Capuchin monkeys.
  • The top part of a beige lighthouse. The Museum of Scottish Lighthouses The Museum of Scottish Lighthouses is on the site of the first lighthouse built on mainland Scotland. The museum home to artefacts donated by the Northern Lighthouse board and members of the public.
  • National Botanic Garden of Wales National Botanic Garden of Wales The biggest garden in Wales is a special and unique place, famous for the largest single-span glasshouse on the planet and much more besides. There’s always something going on in this Garden. A great day out for all the family.
  • A Blue Peter badge. National Fishing Heritage Centre The National Fishing Heritage Centre is a museum in Grimsby where visitors can learn about the area's maritime history.
  • A steam train at a station Nene Valley Railway Nene Valley Railway is a heritage site where visitors can see some original steam trains on a preserved railway.
  • A wet otter looks into the distance. New Forest Wildlife Park New Forest Wildlife Park is home to a wide variety of animals and birds. Visitors can take the 'Wildlife Walkabout' to see the different animals and birds that live there.
  • A flock of geese relaxing in the sun in front of the abbey. Newstead Abbey Newstead Abbey is famous for being the former home of the poet Lord Byron. Visitors can tour the historic Abbey and walk around the surrounding grounds.
  • A white cottage with thatched roof at Niarbyl. Niarbyl Visitor Centre The Niarbyl Cafe & Visitor Centre is on the coastline in the Isle of Man and is the starting point to explore the surrounding area.
  • A traditional white cottage with thatched roof The National Folk Museum at Cregneash The National Folk Museum at Cregneash is an open-air museum that portrays a traditional Manx community from around the 19th and early 20th century. Visitors can visit the blacksmith, go into a joiner's workshop and see the flock of Manx loghtan sheep.
  • A turtle in the foreground and other sea creatures behind The National Sea Life Centre The National Sea Life Centre is home to a wide variety of marine life such as crabs, starfish and turtles. Visitors can see over 1,000 creatures in displays such as Nemo's Kingdom and Turtle Breeding.
  • A Blue Peter badge. The National Stud Tours The National Stud is a stud farm that allows visitors to go behind the scenes of the horse racing industry. Visitors can see newborn foal and see where the stallions live.
  • A large T-Rex model. The Natural History Museum The National History Museum in London is home to exhibitions on topics ranging from dinosaurs and bugs, to climate change and human evolution.
  • An old piece of nautical machinery, with netting over it. The Nautical Museum The Nautical Museum on the Isle of Man is dedicated to the discovery of an 18th century yacht named Peggy. Visitors can see early fishing equipment and model boats.
  • A selection of sea creatures swimming over an underwater tunnel, including a turtle and eels. Oceanarium Oceanarium is a marine park in Bournemouth, home to fish from all over the world. Visitors can see pirahna from the Amazon, coral fish from the Great Barrier Reef and creatures from the deep Abyss.
  • Osbourne House, a large white mansion with tall towers on the left and right of the building. Osborne House Osborne House is the former home of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert on the Isle of Wight. Visitors can tour the house or take a ride in a horse-drawn carriage in the surrounding gardens.
  • Two sculpted metalic fish heads on a wall. The Observatory Science Centre The Observatory Science Centre is full of hands-on science exhibits - set among the domes and telescopes of a world famous astronomical observatory.
  • A school teacher dressed in a Victorian outfit teaching school children in an old classroom with a blackboard and desks. The Old Grammar School The Old Grammar School is a museum based in a building that dates back to around 1200AD. Visitors can learn about what school life was like for Victorian children.
  • A group of school children sat in the debating chamber with their hands up. The Old House of Keys The Old House of Keys on the Isle of Man is the former home of the Manx Parliament. Visitors can discover how democracy developed on the Isle of Man and see the restored debating chamber.
  • A Blue Peter badge. Paradise Wildlife Park Paradise Wildlife Park in Hertfordshire is home to over 400 animals including reptiles, sloths, snow leopards and cheetahs.
  • A longboat race taking place in front of Peel Castle. Peel Castle Peel Castle is a Viking castle on the Isle of Man. Visitors can climb to the top of the Gatehouse Tower and discover treasures that have been found on the site.
  • A Large cannon in the foreground with Pendennis Castle in the distance. Pendennis Castle Pendennis Castle was built in 1539 for King Henry VIII. Visitors can see the castle, its surrounding grounds and a First World War exhibition.
  • A blue, red, yellow and green coloured parrot. Plantasia Plantasia is home to insects, reptiles, fish and monkeys to bananas, pineapple plants, prickly cacti and giant bamboo.
  • A group of children dressed up in Victorian clothing. Porthcurro Telegraph Museum Porthcurro Telegraph Museum is a museum in Cornwall with a varied collection of equipment designed for telegraphy. Visitors can learn about the history of telegraphy in Britain.
  • An exhibition of a long red and white rowing boat in the museum. Portsmouth Historic Dockyard Visitors to the Historic Dockyard can explore the only place in the world that presents the Royal Navy's past, present and future.
  • A machine pulling cotton into strands. Quarry Bank Mill And Styal Country Park Quarry Bank Mill and Styal Country Park is a preserved textile mill from the Industrial Revolution. Visitors can watch demonstrations of the cloth-making process and explore the surrounding garden and caves.
  • A Blue Peter badge. Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway At Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway you can journey for seven miles from the coastal village of Ravenglass through two huge valleys to the foot of England's highest mountains.
  • Sealion doing tricks Rhyl SeaQuarium The SeaQuarium in Rhyl North Wales offers visitors an insight into the world beneath the waves, showcases a range of species from around the world in 8 different zones with over 30 exhibits including wonderful Jellyfish, friendly rays and other creatures that can be found swimming around the British Isles.
  • A young boy looking amazed into an open chest with light glowing from it. Ripley's Believe It or Not! Ripley's Believe It or Not! contains weird artifacts and objects from around the world that were collected during the 1900s. Visitors can see objects such as shrunken heads, dinosaur eggs and a giant megladon shark jaw.
  • A group of angry vikings running towards the camera, one has a shield and a ginger beard. Rockingham Castle Rockingham Castle is a former royal castle in Rockingham Forest, Northamptonshire. Visitors can explore the castle and enjoy views of the Welland Valley below.
  • The roman baths with steam rising from the water. Roman Baths - Bath The Roman Baths is a public bathing site from Roman times. Visitors can try the Spring's water and see artefacts from the Roman period.
  • An airel view of the archaeological site of the Roman Vindolanda. Roman Vindolanda And Army Museum Roman Vindolanda and Roman Army Museum is a Roman fort and settlement near Hadrian's Wall. Visitors can see the Vindolanda writing tablets and watch live archaeology during the summer months.
  • Some of the ruins of Rushen Abbey. Rushen Abbey Rushen Abbey is a historical site where monks used to live in the 12th century. Visitors can explore the abbey, learn calligraphy and dress up as monks.
  • The exterior of the Roald Dahl Museum, a white building with an image of the BFG painted on it. The Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre The Roald Dahl Museum is dedicated to the life of Roald Dahl, author of children's books such as Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. The museum is based in the house where Roald Dahl lived for 36 years and offers regular workshops and events to improve creativity and writing skills.
  • The exterior of The Royal Pavilion, a large, white ornate building that resembles the Taj Mahal. The Royal Pavilion The Royal Pavilion is a former seaside residence for the Prince of Wales. Visitors can see inside the Pavillion and learn about its royal history.
  • Children looking excited in front of an underwater scene SEA LIFE Centres Discover a magical underwater world filled with a dazzling array of amazing creatures. Every step will reveal something new, from a face to face encounter with sharks to a hands-on rock pool experience.
  • A Blue Peter badge. Seaquarium - Weston Visitors to Seaquarium - Weston can see some of the most venomous fish in the oceans, such as the stonefish and moray eels.
  • The exterior of the Seven Stories building. Seven Stories At Seven Stories visitors of all ages can journey into the world of children’s books where magical words and pictures are the inspiration for exhibitions, storytelling, learning activities and events.
  • An actor playing Shakespeare looks lovingly into the eyes of an actress playing his wife. Shakespeare's Birthplace Shakespeare's Birthplace is a restored 16th century house where famous playwright, William Shakespeare, grew up. Visitors can take a tour of the house and learn about Shakespeare's childhood.
  • The interior of Shakespeare's Globe theatre, with full audience and a play ongoing. Shakespeare’s Globe Exhibition The Shakespeare’s Globe Exhibition takes visitors on a tour of the Globe Theatre, where many of William Shakespeare's plays were and still are performed.
  • A view of Smeaton's Tower, a red and white striped lighthouse with blue sky in the background. Smeaton's Tower Smeaton's Tower is a restored lighthouse in Plymouth. Visitors can climb its 93 steps to see the lantern room and its scenic views.
  • The intricatley patterned ceiling of the dome in St Paul's Cathedral. St Paul's Cathedral St Paul's Cathedral is one of the most famous buildings in London. Visitors can explore the cathedral and learn about its history.
  • A cute hedgehog curled up in a ball being held by a handler. St Tiggywinkles St. Tiggywinkles is an animal sanctuary that takes care of animals that cannot be returned to the wild. Visitors can see the thousands animals that the centre cares for.
  • A wide view of Stonehenge with a bright blue sky in the background. Stonehenge Stonehenge is a collection of ancient stone circles in the South of England. Visitors can learn about the mysteries surrounding the site and the 300 archaeological treasures found there.
  • A young girl writing on a clipboard while looking at ornamental statue heads. Stowe Landscape Gardens Stowe Landscape Gardens can be found at Stowe House, a country house in Buckinghamshire. Visitors can explore the gardens and the valleys and lakes in the grounds.
  • An outdoor play fort surrounded by trees. Sudeley Castle And Grounds Visitors to Sudeley Castle and Grounds can explore the castle, play in an outdoor adventure playground and spot pheasants in the castle's gardens.
  • A neon blue butterfly with wings open on an orange flower. The Stratford Butterfly Farm The Stratford Butterfly Farm is a tropical environment contained within large greenhouses. Visitors can see butterflies, birds, fish and insects living in glass displays.
  • A Blue Peter badge. Taff Vale Coach Gwili Steam Railway Visitors to Gwili Steam Railway can explore Gwili Valley as they ride on a full-size steam engine or the miniature railway.
  • The exterior of the Thackray Museum with bushes in the foreground. Thackray Museum Thackray Museum is a museum of the history of medicine in Leeds. Visitors can explore a reproduction of sights, sounds and smells from 1842.
  • The Swarm Ride Thorpe Park Thorpe Park is home to the UK’s first winged rollercoaster, THE SWARM and five water rides that will provide thrills for the whole family.
  • A piece of red and green mining machinery. Tolgus Tin Tolgus Mill in Cornwall is an authentic mill that processed tin ore for hundreds of years. Visitors can see the machines used in the process including shaking tables, water wheels, dipper wheels and the slime pits.
  • Two children in the CBBC office Tour of the BBC at MediaCityUK Join us on a tour of the BBC at MediaCityUK and walk in the footsteps of some of your favourite celebrities
  • Two boys stood infront of the Tower of London, one wearing medieval armour, the other wearing samouri armour. Tower of London Tower of London is a castle on the River Thames in London that is famous for housing the Crown Jewels. Originally built in 1078, the Tower is now a tourist attraction where visitors can see the jewels as well as chambers used by former kings and queens of England.
  • A Blue Peter badge. Trago Mills Model Railway Trago Mills Model Railway is one of the largest OO gauge model railways in the UK, situated within the Leisure Park at Trago Mills shopping centre.
  • Two snow leopard cubs on rocks. Twycross Zoo Twycross Zoo has over 1,000 animals on show including Bornean orangutans, Asian elephants, bearded dragons and leopards. Visitors can watch feedings and join in on different activities throughout the year.
  • A red and yellow boat on the water, passing trees and bushes on the bank. Ullswater Steamers Ullswater Steamers are boats that provide cruises on Ullswater Lake in the Lake District. Visitors can combine a trip on one of the steamers with a walk in the surrounding valley.
  • A young girl dressed in a bonnet and Victorian dress is eating mash while a man in a top hat plays a fiddle. Ulster Folk and Transport Museum Ulster Folk & Transport Museum is home to examples of transport from over 100 years ago. Visitors can climb aboard steam locomotives and look at horse-drawn carriages, electric trams, motorbikes, fire-engines and vintage cars.
  • A man and a woman acting, talking to eachother with a background of a rubbish tip. Unicorn Theatre The Unicorn Theatre is a producer of professional theatre for children. It produces performances and workshops specifically tailored to children.
  • A group of people with fishing nets pond dipping. The Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust Arundel Arundel Wetland Centre is home to kingfishers, water voles and hundreds of wildfowl. Visitors can explore the landscapes and wetland habitats where the wildlife live.
  • A large mute swan in the foreground with an array of swans and ducks behind. The Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust Caerlaverock Caerlaverock Wetland Centre is a wild reserve where visitors can spot different wildlife.
  • A viewing station situated on a hillside with two people looking out of the large windows. The Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust Castle Espie At Castle Espie you can see a mix of restored lagoons, woodland walks, grassland, salt marshes and reed beds already populated with Ireland’s largest collection of water-birds.
  • A large flock of birds flying against a dark blue sky. The Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust Llanelli The Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust Llanelli is home to many hundreds of wild and resident species. Explore the site by bicycle or, in the warmer months, take a jungle explorer-style tour by canoe.
  • Two ducks with white and black patterned heads grooming eachother. The Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust London At The Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust London you can spot wildlife, such as kingfishers and bitterns and explore attractions that include our 'bird airport' observatory, bat house and adventure playground.
  • A large wooden building in the shape of a sparrow with wings spread. The Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust Martin Mere At the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust Martin Mere there are wild ducks, geese and swans in their thousands offering spectacular aerial displays, all year round the centre is home to resident water birds, otters and beavers.
  • A large common frog in a glass aquarium. The Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust Slimbridge The Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust Slimbridge is a safe home for the world’s largest collection of swans, ducks, flamingos and geese. Many of the species you’ll see are rare or endangered.
  • A baby duckling being held by a handler. The Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust Washington The Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust Washington has a varied landscape of wetlands, meadows and woodlands. It is home to ducks, geese, waders, flamingos, cranes, herons, frogs and bats.
  • A close up of a Hooper swan, with a yellow and black beak. The Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust Welney The Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust Welney has vast flocks of wetlands wildlife to spot throughout the year - including summer waders, dragonflies and avocets – and walks along the Ouse Washes.
  • Two knights, one in red, one in black are jousting. Warwick Castle Immerse yourself in a thousand years of jaw dropping history - where princesses are pampered, witches haunt the dank dungeons and battling warriors clash! Explore never-before-seen rooms as Warwick Castle opens up four centuries of secret stories in ‘Unlocked’. Discover tales of battle, power struggles and hauntings!
  • Four white, female lions basking in the sun West Midlands Safari and Leisure Park West Midlands Safari and Leisure Park is home to a 4-mile safari that contains around 600 animals from around the world, including wallabies and lions.
  • A Blue Peter badge Western Approaches: Liverpool War Museum Western Approaches was once a top-secret underground headquarters in the 1940s. Visitors can explore the intricate labyrinth of rooms and learn about wartime Britain.
  • Sealife Tower Weymouth Weymouth SEA LIFE Adventure Park Take a fascinating journey above and below the ocean. Enjoy a face-to-face encounter with sharks, a hands-on rock pool experience and amazing 360º panoramic views of Weymouth Bay, Portland and the Jurassic Coast from 53 metres above the ground.
  • A larged, ruined abbey. With a blue sky and green grass Whitby Abbey Whitby Abbey is a ruined Benedictine abbey in Yorkshire. Visitors can discover the history of the Abbey and the monks who once lived there.
  • A large grey wolf in a forest Wildwood Trust Wildwood Trust has hundreds of British animals and 40 acres of woodland. Visitors can see a variety of wildlife including wolves, bison, wild boar, badgers and beavers.
  • A large wicker chair on the left and a man weaving a willow chair on the right Willows and Wetlands Visitor Centre Willows and Wetlands Visitor Centre has exhibits about willow growing, basket making and displays highlighting how water is shaping the Somerset Levels.
  • An airel view of Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Club with centre court Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum The Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum is the largest tennis museum in the world and is home to memorabilia from famous tennis players past and present.
  • A Blue Peter badge. Wimpole Hall Wimpole Hall is a country house in Cambridgeshire. The grounds of the house are home to lakes, a church, a stable block and a farm where visitors can join in with farm activities such as grooming the donkeys and watching animal bath time.
  • A young girl and a park keeper feeding a group of wallabies. Woburn Safari Park and Woburn Abbey Woburn Safari Park is a safari park in Bedfordshire, filled with animals such as white rhino and black bears.
  • The interior of Wookey Hole Caves, lit with multicoloured lights of purple and greens. Wookey Hole Caves Wookey Hole Caves is a show cave in Somerset. As well as exploring the caves, visitors can go to Dinosaur Valley, Magical Mirror Maze, the Clown Museum and the Pirate Play Area.
  • A piece of molten glass being held by large prongs while it hardens. World of Glass The World of Glass in St. Helen's presents the history of glass from 500BC to the present day. Visitors can watch live glassblowing demonstrations and explore the underground tunnels beneath the Victorian Cone House – home to the world’s first continuous glass production tank.
  • A Blue Peter badge. World of James Herriot The World of James Herriot is a museum in North Yorkshire where visitors can learn about the life and books of the famous vet and author.
  • The inside of Twikenham Staduim. World Rugby Museum The World Rugby Museum is the home of England rugby. Visitors to the museum can look at a large collection of rugby memorabilia and learn about the history of the game.
  • The York Dungeon The York Dungeon The York Dungeons take you on a journey through York's dark past and introduces you to a number of gruesome characters.
  • A chicken looking through fencing. Yorkshire Museum of Farming The Yorkshire Museum of Farming has a large collection of artefacts that illustrate the history of farm mechanisation, and many farm animals to see.
  • A Blue Peter badge. ZSL London Zoo ZSL London Zoo is the world's oldest scientific zoo. Today it houses a collection of 755 species of animals, with 16,802 individuals, making it one of the largest collections in the United Kingdom.

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