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Dog Days Out - Museums - West Sussex
Weald & Downland Living Museum, Singleton 

This family-friendly and dog-friendly 40-acre site, is home to more than 50 historic buildings covering over 1,000 years. From a replica Anglo-Saxon hall house to an Edwardian tin church.

Regular programmes of demonstrations include milling, cooking plus seasonal demonstrations.

Dogs are welcome, however, please keep them on short leads at all times whilst on site. Visit the dog-friendly waterside café or, perhaps, enjoy a picnic.
  
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Dog Days Out - Beaches
General Beach Information 

*As many beaches have some restrictions regarding dogs we would always suggest that you contact the local tourist information centre concerned, before setting out, to ensure that the information contained on our site is still correct.

Please remember to 'Scoop the Poop' to ensure that beaches remain dog-friendly and safe for use by all.
  
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Dog Days Out - Something Different! - Essex
Epping Ongar Railway 

The longest heritage steam and diesel railway in Essex and the closest to London. Vintage buses to whisk you back in time to period stations and steam trains.

Well-behaved dogs are welcome on the train and on the stations and buses (at no charge). Water bowls are provided on the stations. We regret that Dogs are not allowed in First Class compartments/coaches and we are unable to accept dogs, other than assistance dogs, on our dining trains.

Accessible via the Central line London Tube.
  
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Dog Days Out - Something Different! - Northumberland
The Aln Valley Railway - Alnwick to Alnmouth 

Dogs, on leads, allowed on site in museum and cafe, and on main train rides, however, please do not allow them on the seats. Rides on some vehicles are restricted. Water bowls available around the site.

Please see our website for operating dates & times.
  
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rural location child friendly
 
Dog Days Out - Museums - North Yorkshire
Eden Camp Modern History Theme Museum 

Malton, North Yorkshire. Well behaved dogs on a lead are most welcome on site and Winstan’s Bunker Cafe is dog friendly too.

The only areas we ask them not to be taken into are the children's play area and the gift shop.
  
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Dog Days Out - Parks, Gardens and Grounds - North Yorkshire
Helmsley Walled Garden 

Enjoy a day out at this tranquil and historic five acre garden.

Walk along the Hot Border, or sit in the orchard, enjoy the Secret Garden or explore the Kitchen Garden. Lots to see and plenty of places to sit and enjoy the view.

Eat at The Vine House Café and enjoy delicious lunches and mouth-watering cakes. Shop for plants and gifts in our Plant Centre and shop.

Full disabled access. Dogs welcome everywhere in the garden and café.

More details and online booking, on our website.  
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rural location enclosed garden child friendly vegetarian option
 
Dog Days Out - Parks, Gardens and Grounds - Dorset
Abbotsbury Subtropical Gardens 

The Garden is a mixture of formal and informal flowers.

DOGS on leads are welcome throughout the gardens and also, during quite periods, they are allowed in the cafe. Please clean up after them and use the dog bins provided.

A climb up a grassy hill, within the gardens, is rewarded by spectacular views of the Jurrasic Coastline & Chesil Beach.
  
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Dog Days Out - Something Different! - Dorset
Corfe Castle Model Village 

See what the Castle and village would have looked like before its destruction by Cromwell's troops in 1646.

Dogs are welcome at the Model village: they are allowed, on a lead, throughout the whole attraction, including the tea room.

There is a water bowl at the entrance to the gift shop and on our terrace in the garden.  
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Dog Days Out - Parks, Gardens and Grounds - Cornwall
Tanglewood Wild Garden, Newbridge, Penzance 

At Tanglewood we have kept the gardens non-commercialised, so whilst you won't find catering facilities, you will find lots of areas to throw down a blanket for a rustic picnic, as well as picnic benches.

In keeping with the Wild Gardens, litter needs to go home with you. We do have compost toilets on site though!

Dogs are welcome on lead. Open Easter to end of October.

Access is via steep, uneven, natural paths through the wood, making this garden unsuitable for the disabled and wheelchairs.  
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Dog Days Out - Something Different! - Norfolk
World Horse Welfare Hall Farm  Choose from several routes around the farm, meet our friendly horses and ponies and enjoy the scenery as you walk. You can also explore our Visitor Centre and courtyard, giving you a chance to learn more about our work. Why not relax in our coffee shop afterwards with a drink or a snack? For the younger visitors we offer pony grooming and tractor-trailer rides, subject to availability, as well as a great play area. We're open Wednesdays, weekends and Bank Holidays - with free entry!   
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Dog Days Out - Parks, Gardens and Grounds - Dorset
Compton Acres, Canford Cliffs Road, Poole  A 10 acre ornamental garden, constructed in 1920 and consisting of a series of themed gardens.

Close to the beautiful Sandbanks area of Poole Well behaved dogs on short leads are welcome in both the gardens and café & tearooms.
  
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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 - Off Lead Walkies! - Devon
Dartmoor National Park - Visiting with your dog. 

Visiting Dartmoor with your dog : advice to dog owners on issues associated with taking your dog onto Dartmoor
  
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Dog Days Out - Museums - Devon
Bygones Victorian Museum - Torquay 

We welcome well behaved dogs throughout Bygones. They must be accompanied by an adult and on a lead at all times. There restrictions which apply in the cafe.
* Life Size Streets
* Period Display Rooms
* Model Railway
* 40s/50s Shopping Arcade
  
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Dog Days Out - Museums - Shropshire
Blists Hill Victorian Town part of Ironbridge Gorge Museums 

Meet the 'Victorians' in this recreated Victorian town.

Authentic shops and cottages help to show what life was like - no cars, no tv! Demonstrations, fun games and an old-fashioned fairground.

Dogs are welcome to visit with you, so long as they’re kept on their leads. Sadly, we can’t let them inside any exhibits with food or our eating places.
  
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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 - Parks, Gardens and Grounds - Staffordshire
Downs Banks - South of Stoke-on-Trent and north of Stone in Staffordshire - National Trust  Dogs - always welcome at Downs Banks. Please help us to keep the area special by clearing up dog mess and taking it home with you as there are no disposal facilities on-site.  
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Dog Days Out - Castles & Abbeys - Lincolnshire
Bolingbroke Castle - English Heritage 

The remains of a 13th century hexagonal castle, birthplace in 1367 of the future King Henry IV, with adjacent earthworks. Besieged and taken by Cromwell's Parliamentarians in 1643.

Dogs on leads are welcome. Open any reasonable time during daylight hours.

PLEASE NOTE: *There are no facilities at the castle
*There is water in the moat surrounding the castle
  
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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! - West Yorkshire
Kirklees Light Railway, Clayton West, Nr Huddersfield  Dogs are permitted to travel free-of-charge on the railway and are allowed inside the station buildings and cafe (so long as they are well behaved pooches!). All we ask is that you let us know at the Ticket Office if you are travelling with your dog and they will be given their very own Rover Day Rover ticket.  
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