Keep your kids happy whatever the weather with these family days out that won’t drain your finances – The Sun

WITH the sun finally showing itself after weeks of washouts, there are plenty of exciting things you can do as a family.

Even if the rain returns, these great indoor and outdoor activities will keep the kids happy without draining your finances.

HAVE A SUPERDAY: Sun Superdays is back again and you can get TWO FREE tickets to Warwick Castle — perfect for a family day out on the cheap.

The attraction, located in the West Midlands, has more than 1,000 years of magical history and there is plenty there to explore from the historic grounds and shows  to restaurants and shops.

Simply collect NINE Sun Savers codes  from the 18 printed in The Sun between Saturday, June 22 and Tuesday, July 9. Your first is in today's paper on page 32.

Readers who collect with Sun Savers will get early access to booking, the best availability and can also pick the date they go.

SAVING: More than £55

CHOC ON THE CHEAP: Chocolate fans can take advantage of Purple Thursdays this month at Cadbury World in Birmingham.  To claim the popular two-for-one offer, just call 0121 393 6004 and quote “Purple Thursday” or book online using code PURPLETHURSDAY. Tickets must be pre-booked and are valid for entry after 1.30pm on  June 27. For more info visit cadburyworld.co.uk.

SAVING: £17.50 on two adult tickets

TOP OF THE SHOPS: Many high street stores run free activities for little ones. Pets At Home offers free workshops on animal care, featuring a variety of cuddly creatures. Go to  community.petsathome.com/events/child-workshop to locate your nearest. And Hobbycraft has workshops, including slime-making sessions. Find your local store at hobbycraft.co.uk.

MUD FOR IT: If you do fancy going out and getting covered in mud, endurance events company Tough Mudder is  selling discounted tickets via Groupon for  £30 — down from £39. There are different Tough Mudder events around the UK, so you can pick a race length, date and location to suit.

SAVING: £9

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