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Famous for being the birthplace of playwright and poet William Shakespeare, this famous market town has over 800 years of history. This thriving community offers a wide variety of leisure and shopping experiences - why not visit the Royal Shakespeare Company or relax beside the meandering River Avon. We then make our way to our selected tea room for a delicious cream tea.
Join us for this seaside extravaganza, as we go coast to coast soaking up all the best attractions and traditions from these three popular seaside locations.
Regarded as the country’s largest and most prestigious independent show, the Harrogate Flower Show held twice a year features beautiful show gardens, competitions, expert demonstrations and welcomes around 100 of the UK’s top plant nurseries and landscapers, offering visitors everything they need for the perfect gardening event.
Prepare to fall in love with the countryside on our adventure to the Cotswolds! On this short break you can expect to see some of the most beautiful landscapes and pretty villages as we visit Bourton-on-the-Water, Cheltenham and Bath.
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.
England’s largest Island, the Isle of Wight, is totally immersed in history and culture. Travel back in time and unearth the dinosaurs or discover ancient secrets amongst heritage sites and in galleries and museums!
Come and see the world's largest collection of steam engines and organs, hear Robert Wolfe one of the world's leading theatre organists play the mighty Wurlitzer, ride on fairground carousels and the gondola, enjoy "Back Stage Tours" and watch silent movies.
Delve into 500 years of groundbreaking postal history and discover how a humble service revolutionised our lives.
Plus a ride on Mail Rail: Journey back in time on a specially made train through the original tunnels and station platforms under Mount Pleasant, 15 minutes of immersive underground exploration. And a theatrical surprise or two.
Welcome to the Scilly Isles - beautiful, uncrowded and unspoilt. Lying just off the coast of Cornwall there are five inhabited islands and countless uninhabited ones to explore, each with its own distinct characteristics. Scilly also boasts an incredible ancient history and archaeology, alongside sweeping sea views and amazing wildlife.