17 brilliant things to do during the May bank holidays


1. Take part in the capital walking tour
When taking part in this capital walking tour in London, you will be offered forty-five free guided tours to explore attractions, rivers, parks and canals of city. Because of walking, you will be admired a wide range of cityscape tours as scenic routes like the Green Chain Walk across the 50 miles green spaces, the Jubilee Walkway walking from Buckingham Palace to St Paul’s Cathedral and historic walks like the London Outer Orbital Path (LOOP) taking in stately monuments and residences.

2. Spot Angry Birds at Madame Tussauds
Perhaps, it is too familiar for you when saying about red, bomb and chuck figures from the application phenomenon. However, before releasing the Angry Birds Movie, you are going to be revealed firstly at Madame Tussauds.

3. Celebrate 150th anniversary of the London Fire Brigade
Children are able to freely visit fire stations around London as well as learn about the displaying fire engines.
The South West

4. Have creative at the Exmouth Festival
At Manor Gardens, when taking part in free music and arts festival, you are not only enjoyed poetry, exhibitions, live music and literature from more than 100 artists but also taken part in the craft and art workshops like the sand sculpture competition.

5. See cheese chasers on Cooper’s Hill
Every year, there is a cheese rolling event in Brockworth that means all of competitors will chase a huge cheese wheel down hill (very steep). The winner will be reached Double about 8lb block.

6. Join the Salisbury International Arts Festival
In this year, Tipping Point from Ockham’s Razor – the top of circus company in England is highlight of festival about dance, theatre, film, visual arts and music. Besides, there are also the contribution of Opera Up Close’s Carmen and the return of 2 Gentlemen from Shakespeare’s Globe in Verona.

7. Attend at Dartington Food Fair
Families are able to enjoy the good meal from fresh food of over forty local manufacturers at this event within 2 days. With children, there is a special event for them that is painting faces, playing plus pony rides, making clay pots and playing fire juggling shows.

8. Feel the force at Legoland Windsor
In the May bank holiday weekend, to welcome the new brand of the Death Star – 50.000-brick model, a Star Wars-themed activity’s galaxy will be organized. Let you come here to dress up as any favorite character in Star Wars even you are able to join the costume competition daily.

9. Get alternative at the Brighton Fringe Festival
This biggest British arts festival consists of other small events such as cabaret, plus music, film, literature, dance and theatre performance with over 743 events, 3,622 performances and 171 free events like Fringe City.

10. Chill out at the Wild Heart Gathering
There art, music and theatre are awaiting to be explored even you are enjoyed the Sussex countryside’s pretty setting at affair of the friendly family. Besides, there are a large number of activities: walks, yoga, forages, meditation, workshops and poetry.

11. Be soaked at Drusillas Park
The particular events consist of the appearance of Hello Kitty guest (visiting her house and taking photos with her are allowed), the new attractive brand – Drusillas Park’s Get Wet is tried such as jets, streams, geysers and sprays.
The Midlands

12. Enjoy the traditional May Day at Ironbridge Gorge Museums
The May Queen is the top of traditional May Day parade. Everyone dresses up and follows their May Queen by way of Blists Hill. The beginning of trip is 2pm from the heart of town. Another activity is maypole dancing on candle dipping and green grass.

13. Head for the treetops at BeWILDerwood
At the new brand Maypole event, you can participate BeWILDerwood and Mildred of resident ‘Crocklebog’ as well as find out answers to clues, hear stories along Lillypad Trail and climb treetops.

14. Get your fill at Leeds Indie Food Festival
Every year, there is an independent celebration of food and drink. If you want to receive discounts, deals and goodies, let you grab festival passport.
Channel Islands

15. Listen to jazz on the sand at Alderney Performing Arts Festival
This new arts festival is created from the great beaches in Alderney with several features of folk group, jazz band and classical music’s performances for dancing and performing circus acts. Especially, you will be joined many photography, art competitions and workshops.

16. Celebrate the Bard at the Hay Festival
This festival suits to families because it focuses on the 400th anniversary’s commemoration of the death’s Shakespeare consisting of stage and comic strips performances. Another is the celebratory concert which was dedicated to Roald Dahl’s 100th birthday.

17. Pedal over to the Riverside Museum
There are a wide range of drop-in sessions freely with the purpose of teaching pre-school children how to cycle bike before starting school at Riverside Museum in Glasgow.

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