5 Great Ideas for Day Out this Father’s Day

 

Father’s Day is just around the corner, so we’re here to help you organise an unforgettable day-out for your Dad that he will love!

Here are a few ideas that we thinks dads everywhere would very much enjoy:

 

 

Breadsall Priory: driving range, beer and chips!

If your dad likes hitting golf balls at a driving range, drinking beer and eating chips this is pretty much a gift made for him- this offer includes: a bucket of range balls, a bucket of beer and a bucket of fish and chips!

 

Tour of Derby’s Real Ale Pubs

The Lonely Planet has called Derby “the best place to drink real ale in the world” and with good reason too! Derby has more beers on offer per population than anywhere else in the UK and with loads of great of breweries based in the city, there’s no danger of not enjoying a good brew. Click here for a list of ten of the best real ale pubs, from Visit Derby.

 

Vintage Adventure Tours

Why not let your dad be driven around some of the Peak District’s best bits in a vintage car?  The model is a 1929 Model A Ford, and the driver is dressed completely in very fancy vintage clothes, so would make for a fantastic Father’s Day experience!

 

Take Aim for Father’s Day at Bolsover Castle 

If you think your Dad would like a family day out firing off arrows and alike- why  not have Father’s Day weekend being a family of archers for the day! You’ll be greeted by the expert archers and hear tantalising tales of chivalrous battles and fearsome quests. Sharpen your arrows for a Father’s day out to remember.

 

Cromford Mill’s New ‘Arkwright Experience’ 

If your Dad is a history lover, this is perfect. There’s a great new projected exhibition/tour of the very first, original mill and it’s lead by Sir Richard Arkwright at Cromford Mill!

 

 

 

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