Me and my girl and boy, raising awareness and acceptance of autism

Another Bank Holiday and half term break is looming and, like many parents, I’m thinking where and how to amuse the children next week.

An important aspect, in this current economic climate, is cost and this is why I was pleased to receive this information from MoneySupermarket.com which contains details of money saving offers for Family Days Out all over the country.

Here’s some information:

With the Spring bank holiday weekend looming, it can be hard to make your mind up how to keep the family entertained for that extra day with an exciting trip.

With family budgets stretched further than ever, it can be expensive taking the family out for the day, so we’ve come up with some great offers to help you make the most of Spring bank holiday without breaking the bank!

In the below infographic you’ll find a variety of suggestions for great days out all over the country to help you find somewhere for that perfect family day out. We’ve also revealed the results of a survey we carried out in which we asked over 70 parenting bloggers about their family habits for days out.

To get the great deals featured in the infographic below, or for further information, visit our Deals and Vouchers channel (click here).

Obviously, as a special needs family, we are limited to where my children will feel comfortable going – their ideal scenario is an attraction with zero queuing and not many people – but the money-saving information was too useful not to share!

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Enjoy the bank holiday!

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