10 ways to save money on days out this May half term

It's half term next week which can often mean an expensive time for families. Although kids are often content just playing outside or at home, I think half term is a nice time to get out and about and explore. I've found 10 super ways to save money on trips out this half term:-

Ways to save money on days out in the North East (and beyond) this May Half term.

1 - Bargain Soft Play - £1.50 each at Mister Twister's Wacky World of Fun

2 - Enter 'MAYMADNESS' at Lightwater Valley's online checkout and receive tickets for only £15 per person (valid throughout May only). While you're there why not take Travel Zoo up on their owl handling experience deal - only £19 for a one hour experience

3 - Birds of Prey Handling Experience only £16

4 - Visit Kirkley Hall Zoo for only £12 for a family of 5

5 - Join English Heritage and you will have access to hundreds of FREE days out throughout the year. This half term alone there is a half term adventure at Belsay, How to be a Roman Soldier at Chesters Roman Fort, Medieval Life and Times at Warkworth Castle, Kite Festival at Birdoswald Roman Fort and How to be a Redcoat at Carlisle Castle.

6 - A Durham River Cruise for 4 people for less than £12

7 - Grab a quick staycation deal with Park Resorts - prices from £227 for Mon-Fri holidays in the North East for up to 8 people. Choose from Cresswell, Newbiggin, Whitley Bay and more.

8 - 2nd Day Free with Alton Towers Holidays. I've found a deal for 2 adults and 2 children in half term that includes one night stay in a nearby Travelodge plus 2 days entry to Alton Towers for only £39.75 per person.

9 - Try one of our suggestions for free days out in Northumberland.

10 - Gather some friends together and organise a children's afternoon tea party for only £5 per child.

Ways to save money on days out in the North East (and beyond) this May Half term.


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