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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.
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.
With over 22 miles of coastline boasting a number of beautiful beaches and stunning natural beauty, Southport is the ideal location to spend a day exploring.
With one of the oldest piers in the UK stretching proudly across Southport beach, a walk to the end has views that will take your breath away.
Stratford-upon-Avon, a medieval market town in England’s West Midlands, is the 16th-century birthplace of William Shakespeare. Possibly the most famous writer in the English language.
Skegness is one of the most popular seaside resorts for day trips. Between the beach and the promenade, there are acres of beautiful gardens, where you can relax in the tranquil atmosphere, or soak in the sunshine on a warm day.
From Oxford Street to Bond Street, London has it all. From designer stores to high street bargains, you’ll find everything you’re looking for. However you may wish to use this time in the Capital to visit famous sights such as Leicester Square, Big Ben, Covent Garden and Trafalgar Square.
Or why not spend a relaxing afternoon with a “flight” on the London Eye and a cruise on the River Thames. London's famous streets, churches, palaces and monuments spread out below in a panoramic scene. After the cruise down the River Thames we take a “flight” on the London Eye, taking in some of the most famous bridges and buildings in the capital.
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.
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!
The large Victoria Park is home to this event of horticultural excellence. With lovely lawned areas and plenty of places for a picnic it is ideal.