7 Top Dog Friendly Warwickshire Attractions & Days Out
The Best Places To Take Dogs in Warwickshire
The attractions in Warwickshire seem endless. There is something for everyone no matter what their age. Learn more about the county’s history or visit one of the many dog friendly days out in Warwickshire.
Enjoy a relaxing time in your private hot tub after a day of adventure. Warwickshire is also home to England’s most famous son; William Shakespeare. Enjoy a leisurely boat trip on the River Avon.
There are museums, shops, nature reserves and of cause the picturesque market town of Rugby, home of rugby. Here are a few dog friendly attractions in Warwickshire you can’t afford to miss:
Activities & Things to Do
Stratford Butterfly Farm
Stratford Butterfly Farm is perfect for the whole family. This is the UK’s top tropical butterfly paradise. It is a short walk to Stratford upon Avon town centre so you can spend the day visiting both attractions
You will see hundreds of the world’s most colourful butterflies in a tropical environment. There are also some of the world’s largest caterpillars and giant silk moths.
Stratford Butterfly Farm is also home to the UK’s largest insect collection at the Mini-beast metropolis. Here you will see tarantulas, leaf cutter ants, and scorpions.
St Nicholas Park
If you want to keep the kids happy and occupied for the whole day then take them to the St Nicholas Park. There will be something to keep them happy. There are various rides, fun-park, mini-golf and a swimming pool for kids up to 12 years. If your child is sporty then they might want to do some climbing, fencing or play some tennis, which is also on offer. The water park offers canoes and boats for hire.
Twycross Zoo is well known as one of the world’s most specialist primate centres. Here you can see a wide variety of monkeys and all 4 great ape species. There are other animals including elephants, leopards, kangaroos, and giraffe. Keepers give daily talks on the animals. You can also come face to face with some of your favourite furry creatures.
Coventry Music Museum
Coventry Music Museum is a must-see for music lovers. This museum tells the story of music dating back to the Romans. There are exhibitions and displays.
There is s 60’s sound booth for your enjoyment. You can celebrate local musicians Hazel O’Connor and The Specials. The museum has events throughout the year and should not be missed while visiting Warwickshire.
The Mill Garden
The Mill Garden is situated on the banks of the River Avon and under the walls of Warwick Castle. Take a walk on one of the many trails around the castle. Enjoy the view of the castle and the ruined Medieval Bridge. This informal cottage garden has a plethora of plants, brush, and trees.
Charlecote Park has stunning views across the beautiful River Avon. The park has been home to the Lucy family since the 12th century. There are portraits, objects they collected from around the world and the design influence they had on the house and parkland, which tells their story. Mary Elizabeth Lucy remodelled the house in Victorian times. The picturesque gardens include a formal parterre, woodland walk, and the wider parkland. The park is also home to a herd of fallow deer since Tudor times.
The Children’s Play Village
The Children’s Play Village is situated in Warwick. Your kids will love all the activities on offer. Their imagination will run wild. This miniature town will have them lost in a world of their own as they walk down the small narrow streets lined with various shops. Your children can dress up and play the part of one of the town’s residents, which adds to their overall experience. Booking is essential before visiting the village.
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