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Visitors are invited to explore this wonderful house in 2019, discovering beautiful interiors and one of Europe’s finest private collections of furniture, pictures and ceramics.
In the Stables Block, built by Roger Morris in 1733 in the Anglo-Palladian style, enjoy refreshments in the Stables Café, browse the Gift Shop and explore seasonal exhibitions. 2018 welcomed a brand new exhibition; The Spencers: The History of an English Family.
This beautifully thought out, brand new, exhibition charted the story of the Spencer family from Medieval sheep-farmers, through the dynasty of politicians and strong female figures, to the present today. The vast majority of the items shown here were not usually on public view – from great treasures through to intimate family pieces.
This intriguing exhibition – located in the exquisite, ironstone, Stables next to Althorp – illustrated 500 years of the Spencer family and their contribution to English public life.
Visit Shrewsbury and walk the Higgledy-Piggledy streets of the centre, walk along the river that scoops up the town in the centre and indulge in a mix of the very old and very new.
Relax on board Sabrina, Shrewsbury's passenger boat, as she sails round the famous and picturesque River Severn loop. When you are looking for something to do in Shrewsbury, there is no finer way to appreciate the splendid views on offer on this 45 minute cruise! They cater for all your needs on board offering snacks, tea and coffee.
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.
Situated on the east coast of Yorkshire with sandy beaches, award winning promenades and its historic harbour, Bridlington really is a hidden gem. As a traditional seaside destination this day out provides something for all.
Enjoy a scenic day out to some of the Peak District’s most beautiful towns as we visit Bakewell and Matlock:
Perhaps best known for its unique and delicious Pudding, Bakewell is the biggest town in the Peak District National Park and has many treats to offer – ranging from shopping and specialist markets to relaxing strolls and quaint courtyards where you can watch the world pass you by.
Once famed for its hydro and spa treatments, Matlock is a fashionable town filled with small, independent shops, cafés, pubs and restaurants.
Scarborough has been welcoming visitors for over 360 years and is still as popular as ever. The sandy beaches of the North and South Bays are broken by a rocky headland on which stand the ruins of Scarborough's medieval castle. With all the traditional seaside shops and attractions, Scarborough is a great day out for all ages.
We make our first stop in Goathland, in the North Yorkshire Moors. The small village is famous as the fictional “Aidensfield”, the setting for the popular TV series Heartbeat. We move on to spend time in Whitby. With plenty of seaside shops and attractions, there’s plenty to do in Whitby.
Experience the unique and exciting drive through a safari, featuring a variety of wild and exotic animals. The Safari Park has introduced the fastest land animal on earth to their collection. Cheetah can now be seen in the UK's largest drive-by Cheetah Reserve.
Admission does not include wristbands to the amusements. You can purchase a wristband for entrance to the amusements at an extra £12pp payable at the time of booking.
Mablethorpe: More than 4 miles of golden beaches make this the perfect seaside trip, with lots of attractions and fun for all the family and an abundance of traditional stalls there is something for everyone to enjoy.
Ingoldmells:Hosting a Blue Flag beach that is so long it’s never crowded and not to forget the giant indoor market which is open 7 days a week. Ingoldmells is packed with things to see and do, from arcades to cafes to relaxing by the sea or buying something special in one of its many shops.
Visit Ludlow, the thriving medieval market town and which is an architectural gem with a lively community feel, busy with events and festivals throughout the year. The historic town centre is situated on a cliff above the River Teme and is surrounded by the beautiful countryside.
On Sept date only * Featuring Optional Ludlow food festival ticket £15pp