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This historic fishing port is where Captain Cook learned his seamanship and is famous for appearing in Bram Stoker's Dracula. Set in the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, this architecturally picturesque town is the ideal place to stroll along the beach or enjoy some traditional fish and chips on the sea front!
Home to more than 160 fashion and lifestyle boutiques, each offers savings of up to 60%, all year round. From iconic Prada bags to eye-catching Gucci accessories, update your style for Spring Summer season.
The City of Dreaming Spires, home to the oldest University in the English-speaking world, Oxford has a heritage that makes it a top visitor attraction for tourists across the globe. The towering spires of Oxford's colleges and the shop-lined streets make Oxford a truly beautiful destination.
An unspoilt cobbled city packed with history and heritage, York has an incredible wealth of things to see and do. Offering attractions like the mesmeric York Minster and the gruesome York Dungeons, York’s unique surroundings and warm ambience create a fun filled cultural experience.
We have also included a delicious afternoon tea to spoil your mum with, and why not treat her to a lovely river cruise to make the day even more special.
The historic city of Chester has lots to offer, whether you wish to stroll around the city walls or shop in the many specialist shops and famous international stores.
Welcome to one of Yorkshire's top tourist attractions for all the family, covering the life and work of James 'Alf' Wight - the legendary local vet whose books, written under the name 'James Herriot', thrilled millions all over the world and still do today.
One of the world's most visited cities, London has something for everyone: from history and culture to fine food and good times.
Spend 5 hours here at the Capital city for free time to do as you wish!
Spend a day at either Thriplow daffodil festival OR the Imperial war museum at Duxford !
Select your option at the check out
Come to Thriplow Daffodil Weekend to experience the warm and friendly atmosphere of our charity fundraising event, run entirely by local volunteers. Join us for two days of fun activities for all the family with Country Thriplow, Children’s Thriplow and Vintage Thriplow, or amble through over 100 stalls to find that something special. Check out the blacksmiths at work in the Smithy, see the Civil War re-enacters march through the village and be entertained by the merry Morris dancers. Then recharge at Taste of Thriplow for street food and beer or enjoy hot drinks and homemade cake at our Village Tearooms. With live music being played all around the village it’s the perfect place to get some springtime cheer.
Imperial war Museum at Duxford
Walk through the same hangars and buildings as those who served at RAF Duxford. See aircraft take to the skies from the airfield that Spitfires first flew. And get up close to over a century of aviation with hundreds of aircraft and objects on display. PREPARE FOR A HUGE DAY OUT
Be dwarfed by the B-52 and Concorde; get up close to famous Second World War classics including the Spitfire, Lancaster and Tiger Moth; and stare up into the guts of the Vulcan bomber. There’s so much to discover at IWM Duxford.
Join us on a tour of the BBC at MediaCityUK and walk in the footsteps of some of your favourite celebrities!
Our new home in the North of England is one of the most ambitious projects in the BBC's history. We've thrown open our doors, so you can take a peek behind the scenes.
We're home to a whole host of BBC channels and programmes including favourites such as Match of the Day, Blue Peter, A Question of Sport, Mastermind, BBC Breakfast, Radio 5 live, CBBC, BBC Sport and the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, to name just a few.
Our well-informed and friendly tour guides will entertain and surprise you as you walk in the footsteps of your favourite stars. We'll make sure that you see the most interesting areas available when you visit us, as well as giving you a fascinating insight into how TV and radio work.
Today we will visit beautiful Bakewell for their traditional market day! Located on Market Street and Granby Road, the Bakewell market is the only market like this that takes place in the Peak District National Park and hosts 162 stalls selling traditional crafts and locally produced food.