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Enjoy a thought-provoking weekend of history and secrets from the code breaking at Bletchley Park, which helped shorten World War II, to an intriguing insight into World War I & World War II at the Imperial War Museum in London.
There is nothing quite like one of our London Theatre Break Weekends. Offering a dazzling array of West End Shows there really is no excuse for missing your favourite when they’re in the world’s number one entertainment capital- London. Whilst in London explore the sights and sounds, visit the museums and galleries or have a wander down Oxford Street and buy out the shops! London combined with a theatre show guarantees a magical experience that’s not easily forgotten.
Don't miss our NEW SHOWS:
SCHOOL OF ROCK
AN AMERICAN IN PARIS
Being Britain’s number one seaside resort, Blackpool is renowned for its seven miles of beaches, piers and vibrant amusement arcades. Crammed with thrills and entertainment, every visit is an enjoyable escape.
The Imperial War Museum beautifully tells the emotionally humbling stories of people’s experiences of war and conflict through a selection of collections, galleries, films and unique footage.
Artistic enclaves, stunning shores, unique histories and expansive wildlife escapes make Folkstone in Kent well worth a visit!
Renowned as the most famous flower show in Britain and recognised all over the world the elegant RHS Chelsea Flower Show was originally held in 1862 in Kensington, until later it found its home in the grounds of Chelsea Hospital in 1913. You can expect to capture flourishing displays, a huge array of show gardens that promise to hypnotise and enchant you and flowers that you can’t find anywhere else!
Every year Ostend hosts the largest annual festival - Ostend at Anchor - this special event is a celebration of everything nautical showcasing sailing ships, sailors, sea-crafts and maritime markets. On this fantastic value for money break we have also included excursions to Bruges and Ypres.
Now celebrating its 104th year being held in the grounds of the Chelsea Hospital, the Chelsea Flower Show returns again this year. It promises to be bigger and better than any other year. A once in a lifetime opportunity for everyone involved, early booking is essential.
Admire the beautiful architecture and majestic college buildings or wander around the quaint passages set around the historic market place. Well known for its unique shopping experience where independent shops blend perfectly with high street brands.
Matlock is a unique village nestled in the Derbyshire countryside situated alongside the river Derwent. With attractive riverside gardens, museums, amusements and tea rooms this has been a popular tourist destination since the late 17th century when the spa waters were discovered.
A few villages away lies Bakewell , set on the banks of the river Wye in the Peak District. Surrounded by stunning countryside views this historic market town attracts visitors year after year and of course no trip would be complete without buying a Bakewell tart or two.