Explore ‘a living work of art’
Wiltshire's Warminster is found close to the Somerset border and home to one of the country's finest national parks, Stourhead. Opened in 1740, Stourhead is a stunning landscape waiting to be explored, with more to it than beauty alone. Tucked away are hidden temples, rare trees, stunning architecture, elusive wildlife and more. Take a trip to the house and gardens at Stourhead and get exploring in what was once called 'a living work of art'.
Monkey mayhem at Longleat
Elephants, wolves, tigers, lions, cheetahs and, of course, monkeys, can all be found at Longleat Safari and Adventure Park. Located just a 15-minute drive west of Warminster station, it was the first drive-through park of its kind to be found outside of Africa. The 9,000 acre lands are the perfect place for any family looking for an adventure. And don't miss Longleat House; a stunning building made back in 1580. With 15 rooms to explore inside, and 900 acres of grounds, it's a must-see.
A pirate’s life for the little ones
Keep the energy going at Little Urchins Softplay; a pirate-themed adventure centre for kids up to the age of 12. With three soft play areas and a pirate ship suitable for little ones to enjoy, it's a great way to tire them out - plus there's a café for parents. Looking for accomodation in Warminster? Travelodge Hotel Warminster is just a 10-minute drive from Little Urchins Softplay. Closer to London, the Travelodge Kingston Upon Thames Central Hotel is a great choice.