English Heritage has over 400 amazing venues across the whole of England, most of them super dog and child friendly. You can purchase an annual family pass to all English Heritage venues for just £111 which covers you for 2 adults and up to 12 children (dogs go free!). You can buy your English Heritage membership online when you’ve decided what package suits you best. And start having some great days out for kids & dogs.
But with so many venues to choose, from vast Roman forts to spacious abbey ruins, where will you start? If you’re planning on taking your pooch be sure to check out some of these dog-friendly favourites of ours.
A stunning location with panoramic views over the dramatic Yorkshire coastline. Scarborough Castle is the perfect spot for a dog-friendly family day out in Yorkshire.
Set high on the dramatic landscape of Hadrian’s Wall World Heritage Site, Housesteads Roman Fort offers a view back to the time of the Roman Empire. There is plenty of surrounding open space for children and dogs alike to enjoy.
Adorning a rocky crag with spectacular views, Beeston is a sight to behold. The winding shaded paths of the adjoining Woodland Park are a treat for canine companions.
Surely one of the wildest and most spectacular features of the Cornish coastline, the island and adjoining clifftops at Tintagel offer fantastic open spaces for dogs to enjoy.
Where ever you end up with the kids and their furry friends, be sure to tell us about your great days out for kids & dogs. And help other families plan their perfect adventure. Happy exploring!
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