Directory of Free Stuff
Some of the Free Entry places in the UK, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland that you can visit without paying for a ticket – all you need is the knowledge
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Free Family Entry Attractions, Heritage Sites, Events,
With the cost of living increasing everywhere, we are all looking for Free days out and Free stuff to do.
Celebs get offered Free meals, Free clothes, Free trips and lots more Free stuff, so why shouldn't the rest of us have something for nothing.
Going out for the day, especially with children, can be really expensive. This is the reason why we developed the DoFreeStuff website!
A Free day out with the family is easily achievable. There are great ways to keep the kids entertained for Free. Our Free Entry location website is packed with things to do and will certainly give you great ideas for Free days out the length and breadth of the country.
You could also consider:
Picnics: Putting together a lunch or hearty snack and taking a healthy walk or bicycle ride around you nearest country park. A perfect way to burn off some calories! Some of the larger country parks host Free events, particularly for children, usually in the school holidays throughout the year.
Beaches: A good day at the beach is a fantastic way to have a Free day out. Take plenty of sun cream even on a dull day! Make a full day of it and take a picnic.
It was easy to spend up to £40 for a day out just on entrance fees to different attractions. When the children are on school holidays and you want to keep them entertained, you need a Free Day Out! Have a search through our website for Free days out in your area and if you know of one not listed let us know!
We all know that holidays can be an expensive time - so we have put together a list of things to see and do, all of which are completely without charge - sometimes the best things in life really are Free! We hope we can help you to save money particularly if you are travelling as a family!
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We can all have Free days out, stuff to do for Free, even Free family days out - www.DoFreeStuff.com helps you to find Free Entry to some museums, Free Entry to some galleries, Free Entry to some visitor attractions. All you need is the knowledge.
Members of The National Parks family number 15 - Brecon Beacons - Broads - Cairngorms - Dartmoor - Exmoor - Lake District - Loch Lomond - New Forest - Northumberland - North York Moors - Peak District - Pembrokeshire Coast - Snowdonia - South Downs - Yorkshire Dales - Beautiful mountain areas, meadows, moorlands, forests, woods and wetlands.
The National Parks are areas of protected countryside that everyone can visit mostly for Free! Remember National Parks are where people live, work and shape the landscape.
Each National Park has an organisation that looks after the landscape and wildlife and helps people enjoy and learn about the area.
This website started with Free days out in the UK but we are 'going international soon'. If you know of Free stuff to do overseas - LET US KNOW
We are all for stuff to do for Free! If you know of any not listed then please let us know some basic details and we will follow it up.
Free days out UK.
Free Entry places in England - by county,
Free days out in Northern Ireland - by county,
Free days out in Scotland - by region,
Free days out in Wales - by region,
Free days out on Islands around Britain - by island
Virtual Tours around the world and Carnivals 2010 - 2011.
The UK Government Free Entry scheme applies to just 50 national museums and
galleries but many Local Government institutions have followed suit.
Museums and galleries have attracted untold millions of extra visitors since scrapping their entrance fees.
Museums that previously charged entrance fees saw a 72% boost in numbers after the government introduced the policy in December 2001.
"The abolition of admissions charges has generally been a good thing as it has introduced more people to museums and galleries," said Campaign for Museums director Ylva French, back in 2004.
This is evident at London's Science Museum, where numbers have risen 120%, and the Victoria and Albert Museum, which has enjoyed a 117% boost over the past few years.
However, the Free Entry scheme only applies to England's 50 government-funded national museums and galleries, the majority of which are based in London.
"This has made it more difficult for those museums in other parts of the country which have to continue charging," Ms French said.
"People ask 'why aren't these Free too?' As a result they have not seen the same rise in popularity."
These include Thinktank science museum in Birmingham, whose head Jonathan Bryant described the scheme on its introduction as helping only "the fortunate residents of South Kensington and foreign tourists".
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Free Entry Attractions, Heritage Sites,