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Set in 26 acres, the Black Country Museum is one of the most extraordinary open-air museums in the UK; over 50 authentic shops, houses and workshops on display preserve the character of the region and offer a glimpse into 200 years of history like no other.
LEGOLAND® is the ultimate theme park for family fun with over 55 interactive rides, live shows and attractions situated in 150 acres of beauti ful parkland. Witness the magical underwater adventures on the Atlantis Submarine, go crazy for the swachbucklin Pirate Shores or feel the force around you in the ‘Lego Star Wars’ Miniland Model Display.
Twycross zoo is a great day out for the whole family. Set in around 80 acres of land, it is home to around 900 animals. Lots of exciting changes have been happening at the zoo recently including the new meerkat exhibit which is now twice as big as their previous home. You can now get closer than ever before through brand new floor length glass viewing panels giving an amazing view of these fascinating animals.
From the moment you board the train you will begin a romantic journey back in time to the golden age of steam.
Today we head to Greenwich, a World Heritage Site famous for its historic landmarks including the National Maritime Museum and the Royal Observatory. We have included entry into the Cutty Sark Museum. Discover what life was like on board the legendary sailing ship Cutty Sark, the world’s sole surviving tea clipper, and fastest ship of her time - now an award-winning visitor attraction. This 19th-century sailing ship has been raised over three metres allowing you the jaw-dropping experience of walking directly underneath
Welcome to Britain’s Ultimate Castle where you will discover historic tales, myths and magic! Secret towers and passageways were recently unlocked and are now open to the public which reveal stories of battle, siege and hauntings. There are also falconry displays and jousts throughout the summer months to keep the whole family entertained!
2017 marks the 20th anniversary of Princess Diana's death. And, a new exhibition at Kensington Palace will celebrate her life and the evolution of her image and style.
Burghley is one of the largest and grandest houses of the first Elizabethan age. Built and mostly designed by William Cecil, Lord High Treasurer to Queen Elizabeth I, between 1555 and 1587, the main part of the House has 35 major rooms on the ground and first floors. There are also the beautiful landscape and sculpture gardens and deer park to discover.
Now in its 6th year, Grassington's annual 1940's weekend returns for 2017 with a bang!
Heading up into the village, take a walk around the famous cobbled streets and you will hear the sounds of the 40's throughout the day as you browse around Grassington’s shops, cafes and public houses. Carry on up towards the Devonshire Institute and you can find Murray and Jill for a dance in the street, or maybe even chance upon Carolyn on the trapeze.
You can ride in on a vintage bus and be taken back in time as you land in the heart of the re-enactor camps. Here you find the encampments, vintage market stalls, skirmishes, military displays and military vehicles.
Harrogate Flower Show is highly regarded as one of the UK’s biggest and most prestigious independent events on the gardening world’s calendar. Featuring a wide range of gardens from border plots to large scale features, talented designers and landscapers from across the UK will be gathering to showcase their work, offering visitors lots of ideas and inspiration for creating the perfect outdoor space.