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Dog Days Out - Something Different! - East Yorkshire
RSPB Bempton Cliffs - Bridlington, Flamborough, Filey  The spectacular stretch of the Yorkshire Coast, plays host to around half a million seabirds between March to October. The birds gather along the 5km reserve, to raise a family on the towering chalk cliffs. Six, cliff edge (well fenced!) viewing platforms give stunning views of life on the edge. Well behaved dogs ON LEADS AT ALL TIMES - for their own safety (sheer drop) - are welcome. Star species include: Gannet, Guillemot, Puffin  
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Dog Days Out - Something Different! - Devon
House of Marbles - Bovey Tracey  So many fascinating things to do: Glass Making, Marble Runs, Amazing Museums: Glass & Marble; Games Museum; Pottery Museum. Dogs allowed in all areas except the main restaurant, however they are welcome in the designated restaurant conservatory area.  
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Dog Days Out - Something Different! - Dorset
Swanage Railway, Station House, Swanage 

Heritage Steam and Diesel Railway.

Experience 6 miles of beautiful scenery including the ruins of Corfe Castle.

Dogs welcome, although they are conveyed subject to the comfort and safety of other passengers, and at the Company's discretion. They must be kept on a short lead at all times, whilst on Railway property.
  
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Dog Days Out - Parks, Gardens and Grounds - Norfolk
Felbrigg Park & Estate - National Trust  Norwich, Norfolk 01263 837444 Dogs welcome, in sight and under close control, in woodland. They should be on leads in the parkland when livestock is around - this can vary from day to day - so please keep an eye out. You can even take your dog into the Squire's Pantry, main reception and shop, where dog treats may be available! Unfortunately, dogs are not welcome in the house or formal gardens   
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Dog Days Out - Castles & Abbeys - North Yorkshire
Skipton Castle, Skipton 

One of the most complete and well preserved castles in England, Skipton Castle is over 900 years old.

The Castle lies at the top of the historic cobbled High Street in the town of Skipton, which is known as "The Gateway to the Yorkshire Dales".

Well behaved dogs on a lead, are welcome within the Castle and grounds.
  
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Dog Days Out - Museums - West Sussex
Amberley Working Museum, Amberley  Over 40 exhibit areas to explore in this 36 acre former quarry, include a narrow-gauge railway, historic buses and rural crafts.

Amberley is a dog-friendly museum and dogs on short leads, are welcome in the museum, on the bus and also in the Limeburners Cafe. Water bowls are located around the site.  
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Dog Days Out - Parks, Gardens and Grounds - Devon
Parke - National Trust  Take a short stroll around the garden, or a longer more strenuous walk through the woodlands and along the river to the medieval weir. Dogs are welcome, but please keep on a lead where stock are grazing. Please use the waste bins provided for dog's mess.  
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Dog Days Out - Something Different! - Shropshire
Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre  All dogs are welcome to visit the Onny Meadows with their owners as long as you clean up after them - dog bins and gloves are provided on site. The cafe team will happily provide them with a bowl of water to drink outside if they're a bit hot after exploring the meadows with you!  
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Dog Days Out - Parks, Gardens and Grounds - Kent
Bedgebury National Pinetum and Forest 

Explore a wonderful world of trees

Open all year, Bedgebury has something for everyone, the perfect place for healthy outdoor activity.

The National Pinetum is home to a world-leading collection of conifers and provides a beautiful setting for peaceful walks and picnics.

Miles of family cycling and mountain-biking, walking, and running trails

Well behaved dogs, on a lead, are welcome. Please remember to clear up after your dog
  
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Dog Days Out - Castles & Abbeys - Pembrokeshire
Pembroke Castle  Set on the banks of the river estuary, this mighty fortress is steeped in British history and was the birthplace of Henry VII.

As a dog-friendly attraction, Pembroke Castle welcomes well-behaved dogs on short leads anywhere in the castle, with the exception of the cafe and shop. There are water bowls available, and plenty of outdoor seating for visitors with dogs.

Please remember to pick up after your dogs, and for their safety and out of consideration to other visitors, do not leave your dogs unattended.

As a dog-friendly attraction, your four-legged friends are allowed in the wedding ceremony venues within the castle.
  
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Dog Days Out - Beaches - Merseyside
Southport Beach  Dogs Accepted - Please keep under close control and take care not to disturb flocks of wading birds. Poop scoop area. Check the Southport website for details of where dogs are allowed as there is also a Dog free zone.   
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Dog Days Out - Something Different! - Cornwall
Minack Theatre, Porthcurno, 

The Minack website says "Dogs are welcome during visiting hours, but we regret that no dogs other than guide dogs will be admitted to performances.

For daytime storytelling events dogs on leads are permitted at the top of the theatre only."
  
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Dog Days Out - Parks, Gardens and Grounds - Cornwall
Enys Gardens, St. Gluvias, Penryn  Enys offer the visitor a peaceful and relaxing experience with a wide variety of different garden vistas. Within the 30 acre gardens lie the open meadow known as Parc Lye, where the spring show of bluebells is breath taking. Dogs on leads welcome.

Please check the website regarding accessibility as many of the pathways are unmade and natural.   
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Dog Days Out - Something Different! - Wiltshire
Salisbury Cathedral 
With breathtaking views, Britain’s tallest spire and original 1215 Magna Carta, Salisbury Cathedral is one of England’s ‘must-see’ historical attractions. We welcome well-behaved dogs on leads inside the Cathedral and provide water for dogs in the cloisters.

Tickets must be booked online in advance. Please note, only guide and assistance dogs are allowed inside the Refectory.
  
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open all year child friendly wi-fi
 
Dog Days Out - Castles & Abbeys - North Yorkshire
Rievaulx Abbey - English Heritage 

Set in a tranqil valley of the North York Moors, is the impressive ruins of one of England's most powerful Cistercian monasteries.

Discover Rievaulx Abbey's fascinating past, and learn about the lives of the monks who called Rievaulx their home.

Dogs on leads are welcome in the ruins and café, but not at the café counter. You are also welcome to bring a picnic to eat in the grounds.

It is possible to walk from Helmsley Castle - also English Heritage - to Rievaulx Abbey (and vica versa!), however, please be aware the walk passes through fields where sheep and horses may be grazing, and dogs must be kept on a short lead when livestock are present. Please see the English Heritage website - link below - for further information.
  
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Dog Days Out - Parks, Gardens and Grounds - Derbyshire
Chatsworth House, Bakewell 

Well-behaved dogs are welcome in the garden and park, however, they must be kept on a lead, as there is wildlife and livestock roaming in these areas. Pet dogs are not allowed in the house or farmyard and adventure playground.

Doggy drinking stations are available in several locations, please ask a member of staff if you are unable to locate one. Please pick up after your dog at all times.
  
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Dog Days Out - Parks, Gardens and Grounds - Somerset
The Bishop’s Palace, Wells  14 acres of stunning, gardens. We welcome dogs in the grounds as long as they’re kept on a lead at all times. With the exception of guide and hearing dogs, dogs are not allowed inside the Palace Buildings or Chapel. There are water bowls provided at the Bishop’s Table Cafe where there is also outside seating. Please remember to pick up after your dog - the nearest public bins are situated on Moat Walk.  
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Dog Days Out - Parks, Gardens and Grounds - Cornwall
Trengwainton Garden - National Trust, Madron, nr Penzance 

Award-winning magnolias and rhododendrons. The five sections of walled gardens are crammed with tender exotic species from around the world.

Winding wooded paths bring us to sea views across Mount's Bay. The kitchen garden is built to the dimensions of Noah’s Ark!

Dogs on leads are welcome throughout the garden.
  
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Dog Days Out - Castles & Abbeys - Devon
Totnes Castle - English Heritage 

Enjoy stunning views over the town of Totnes & across to the River Dart. Or a picnic in the peaceful castle grounds.
Dogs on leads welcome. Tel: 01803 864406
  
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rural location child friendly
 
Dog Days Out - Parks, Gardens and Grounds - Dumfries and Galloway
Robert Burns' Home 1788- 1791 Ellisland Farm  Follow in the footsteps of Burns with your 4 legged friends and discover the landscape that inspired him and made Ellisland "The Poets Choice"   
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