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Ideas for Days Out for Care Home Residents

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Care Home Days Out Ideas

Going to a museum at any age is interesting – even more so if you are into the theme of it. A group outing to a museum on a mini bus would definitely brighten up a resident’s week. In the UK we are very lucky due to the high amount of museums there is on offer to visit. From The National Gallery, Natural History Museum & lots more in London, we also have a lot of local and rural museums to choose from.

Botanic Gardens:

Care Home Days Out Ideas

There are three botanic gardens in the UK, The Birmingham Botanical Gardens, Ventnor Botanic Garden on the Isle of Wight and The University of Oxford Botanic Garden. Perfect for a sunny day out – but make sure you remember your sun cream! Being outside and having a change of scenery is vital for care home residents – whether they can walk about themselves or have a carer push them in their wheelchair, the fresh air and pretty flowers would 100% be the perfect treat.

The Zoo:

Care Home Days Out Ideas

We all love animals, and seeing them up close! Why not treat your residents to a day at the local zoo? Take a picnic and make a day of it – even the staff will have a great day too!


Care Home Days Out Ideas

Back when our Parents and Grandparents were younger, Brighton was a popular holiday hot spot. Taking care home residents to Brighton for an outing will bring back loving memories for them – as well as creating new memories. Other hot spots are Blackpool and Bournemouth!

The National Trust:

Care Home Days Out Ideas

The National Trust have over 500 historic houses, castles, ancient monuments gardens and parks and nature reserves. Relying entirely on donations and membership fees, they basically keep beautiful buildings and amazing environments in tip top condition. Here you can check out all of their locations and choose which one to take your care home residents to.