Top 9 places to travel in England with family

Top 9 places to visit with kids in England Sure everyone always goes to London - why not - but England has so much more. Here are my top 9 for when you visit Blighty that takes you from London and beyond. Best time to book is summer since the days are so long - it’s still light and bright out until 9-10pm - the further north you go the longer the Day is.  Greenwich - why not visit the actual location of GMT - you will find the line and have a picnic or check out the history in boats. It’s a beautiful day out. Warwick- this beautiful part of England only 90 minutes north of London offers its own Castle and parks to enjoy. The local shops curate beautiful finds and you can just eat about anywhere. Enjoy your day in the Country and stop by my absolutely favorite Aspire - I still have clothes from 10 years ago. Stratford upon Avon - this is Shakespeare Country - go find out more about the writers, take in a play or even ride on the Canal Boat - you can ride for an afternoon or a few days. Think of it as a floating RV and upper arm workout. Hire One to drive or go on a charter. It’s worth a go. Oxford - obviously this location is rich in history. Between the University, the abundance of culture and shops. They have the Cotswolds - it’s a short drive and they have the sweetest little village. I’m taking it’s a mini village that kids love walking through. Just adorable. Stoke-on-Trent has the Wedgewood Estates - you know that beautiful porcelain that you have on your bridal registry, go visit where it all started. You can enjoy an afternoon tea, paint on actual Wedgwood and it’s very kids friendly - yes I know. The grounds are beautiful too so you and the kids can enjoy walking and taking in all the sculptures on the grounds. Alton Towers - you know your family will give you the award for Best Parent Ever if you bring them here. Everyone in England knows about Alton Towers - but outside of England you probably don’t. You can go for the day or stay in one of their hotels. It’s all se