As restrictions begin to ease with the government’s roadmap out of lockdown, we can start to think about spring day trips and outings once again. Most outdoor attractions, such as zoos and theme parks, will be allowed to reopen their doors to visitors from 12th April. Outdoor hospitality can welcome guests back on this date too, serving food and drink al fresco. As always, please remember to follow the official guidelines – find out more here.

Hull Trains services will be resuming from Monday 12th April and we will continue to ensure extra safety measures are in place on every one of our journeys. Advance tickets are available to purchase on our website and app now!
To help you plan your next adventure, here’s a few ideas…


Legoland Windsor

If you are looking for a family friendly day out, Legoland is the place to be! Opening from 12th April, discover brilliant outdoor rides, attractions and character meet and greets offering fun for all the family. Please note that hotels, indoor rides, attractions and live entertainment are currently closed in line with government guidance. Pre-book your Legoland Windsor day trip here.

Kew Gardens

If a relaxing stroll through world-class botanical gardens is more to your taste, why not take a trip to Kew Gardens? Located in Richmond, just 30 minutes from central London, it offers a beautiful escape from the city and is the perfect spot for a spring day out. Only the outdoor areas are open to the public currently. Book a time slot in advance here.
Kew Gardens Palm House
© RBG Kew

Chessington World of Adventure

Offering a theme park, zoo and a Sea Life centre all in one, Chessington World of Adventure is a great option to suit the whole family. You’ll find the park just a 35-minute train journey from central London. Home to over 1,000 animals, pre-book your fun-filled day out here.

Sightseeing on foot

See the sights of London by simply walking the iconic streets and bridges. You'll find so much that London has to offer, from its many famous riverside buildings and attractions to the royal residences. Everything is closer than you might think which makes it easy to take in the brilliant architecture of our fantastic capital.
Millennium Bridge London
Photo by Johan Mouchet on Unsplash


Yorkshire Wildlife Park

A key attraction in the Doncaster area, Yorkshire Wildlife Park is home to around 400 animals and 70 different species. Noted as the UK's number 1 walk-through wildlife park adventure, it’s a fantastic option for a spring day trip with so much to see and do. Park tickets are available to pre-book here.
Yorkshire Wildlife Park Doncaster meerkat


Burton Constable Hall and Grounds

With over 300 acres of nature and landscape to explore, get outdoors this spring with a visit to Burton Constable Hall. The Elizabethan country house provides the perfect backdrop to enjoy walks and trails by lakes and woodland. Although the hall itself is not yet open, the grounds make for a fantastic spring day out. Book your visit online here.
children walking in woodland
Getting ready to explore the outdoors? Take advantage of our great value fares when you book direct with Hull Trains, so you can make the most of your fun-filled family days out this spring.
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