There’s plenty to see and do with this month’s break looking better than the Easter holidays when many attractions were still under lockdown.
Enjoy the thrills of a theme park, explore the great outdoors, get up close to cute animals or meet a brave knight….here are a few ideas to keep your family happy.
5. Willow Tree Family Farm, Shirebook
Wallabies and lambs are among the 400-plus animals at the farm, which also offers a beach area, play park, crazy golf and under 5s play area complete with sandpit.
6. Matlock Farm Park
Get the kids dressed up for an exciting meet and greet with a superhero. The Neigbourhood Spider, The Bat and Girl of Steel will be available throughout bank holiday Sunday and Monday for meet and greet session and photos. Say hello to the farm's meerkats, emus and wallabies while you're there and enjoy a pony trek or riding lesson.
7. King George V Park, Staveley; Queen's Park, Chesterfieldf
Xplorer Challenge is a family friendly navigation quest which is both educational and fun. The session in Staveley is on June 1, register between 2pm and 3.30pm in the pavilion. The session in Chesterfield is on June 2, with registration at the Queen's Park conservatory between 10am and 11.30am.
8. Chatsworth farmyard
Pat a pony or stroke a lamb in the farmyard then swing and climb outdoors in the grounds of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire's stately home.
Photo: Scott Merrylees