days out in the uk

i have a vcouple of weeks off which i intend to take the wife out on day trips. we do not have kids and so would like days out which do not attract them.
any ideas on really cheap days without hundreds of screaming kids around


  • princess
    princess Forumite Posts: 278 Forumite
    How about the RHS gardens at Wisley and Hyde Hall if youre in the south - (I know there are a couple of others too but not sure where) check out on the RHS site. £7 and 4.50 respectively for non members and dont attract a lot of childen except on the kids activities days.
  • cristinakaren
    cristinakaren Forumite Posts: 23 Forumite
    I'm planning a few days out for next weeks half term. As I don't have a car I'll be going by train. I've just found this on which is quite useful -

    Some good tips on how to save money on days out with the family on the train...
  • oramgepekoe
    oramgepekoe Forumite Posts: 574
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    Where do you live.
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