Things to do in the UK
Welcome to Haven’s hub of things to do in the UK. The country we call home is full of enticing experiences that are the ticket to memories that last a lifetime. You’ll find awe-inspiring, all-encompassing and all-embracing attractions dotted up and down the landscape, with one of our prestigious parks never too far away. There are heaps of holiday ideas for you to home in on in our handy guides. Have a look and start planning.
Things to do in Scotland and Wales
Things to do in the South West
Things to do in the South East
Things to do in the North
Blackpool is the spiritual home of the staycation and it's reached the pinnacle through its unrivalled set of things to do. The world-famous beach and tower are joined by a lovely set of sites.
There are so many ways to get the most out of the Lake District, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and undoubtedly one of the UK’s most desirable places for a domestic break.
England’s historical frontier with Scotland is home to a wealth of spaces dedicated to the strategic border. Castles, walls and islands are just some of the places waiting to say ‘welcome’.
Discover the towns that make Cornwall one of the top places in the UK for a staycation all-year-round. Coast and countryside destinations are covered in what is England’s most south westerly county.
Dorset is delightful throughout the year with historical resort towns coupling magnificently with the Jurassic Coast to bring a variety of experiences to the table. Have a read and get planning.
Norfolk is a constant pull for visitors from each corner of the country, offering a rural landscape and peaceful time away from the hustle and bustle of bigger population centres. See what makes the county so great.
Large and diverse, Scotland possesses a bit of everything within its borders, with less people meaning even more of a window for a peaceful time when you visit these perfect places on staycation.
The smallest country on the British mainland punches well above its weight when it comes to places to visit. Have a read of this article and find out why Wales is on an unstoppable staycation rise.