Unusual Father’s Day Ideas
Father’s Day is fast approaching, which means there’s not much time left to secure the perfect present before 21 June. Luckily, Red Letter Days has all manner of unique Father’s Day gifts available, so it doesn’t matter if your dad is a thrill-seeker, sports fan or music lover, there are plenty of interesting gifts out there that he’s sure to love! If its something alternative you are looking for we are have some unusual Father’s Day ideas for you. Read our previous blog on things to do on Father’s Day for some more inspiration.
One of the more quirky Father’s Day ideas offer at Red Letter Days is a Western Horse Riding Experience at the New Forest. Perfect for animal lovers and fans of Westerns, the day includes four hours of riding, split by a delicious barbecue lunch, and closes with a feed and rub down of the horse. The special offer experience is available on Fridays between March and October (excluding August) for a special price of £91 and could provide the perfect start to the Father’s Day weekend. Spectators are welcome to watch and join riders for lunch at a cost of £15, so why not make this Father’s Day a special treat for the whole family?
If horse riding isn’t your dad’s cup of tea, then you could take him for some bargain spotting at London’s Adams Antiques Fair instead. A long-running fixture in the capital’s antiques scene, the fair commences on Sunday 21 June and runs until early December, making Father’s Day the perfect opportunity to snap up some great deals. The fair’s 140 stalls are home to plenty of weird and wonderful trinkets, so be sure to take dad along and find him something he’d never see on the high street.
Whatever your dad’s interested in, why not think outside the box this year and make this Father’s Day one that he’ll never forget.