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Magnificent house and grounds in the style of a 16th-century French château. Waddeson Manor was built in the 1870's for Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild to house his superb collection of 18th Century art treasures and entertain his fashionable world. A French renaissance-style chateau, it has one of the finest Victorian gardens in Britain, an aviary and wine cellars. With so much to enjoy Waddeson makes a perfect day visit.
Lord’s is the most famous Ground in the world, steeped in over 200 years of history and tradition.
Tours of Lord’s give visitors the opportunity to go behind-the-scenes at the Home of Cricket and explore some of the most famous sights in sport.
Led by an expert guide, the Tour includes the Grade II* listed Pavilion, legendary Long Room, Players’ Dressing Rooms with the Honours Boards, award-winning J.P. Morgan Media Centre and MCC Museum, home to the iconic Ashes Urn.
With extraordinary architecture, a fascinating collection of art and memorabilia, a Tour of Lord’s is not only a must for all cricket fans, but for everyone looking for a quintessentially English experience.
Lord’s is a working ground. Therefore, not all areas may be available on a particular Tour date due to ground operations. Similarly, Tour itineraries and content may vary at MCC’s sole discretion without further notice. MCC cannot guarantee all advertised elements of the Tour will be available on a particular date.
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.
Castleton is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful villages in the Peak District, join us as we explore the village on this popular day trip. Hartington is a village in the Derbyshire Peak District, lying on the river dove close to the stafordshire boardera day trip where you get to enjoy both beauitful places.
Freemasons’ Hall has been the centre of English Freemasonry for over 240 years. It is the meeting place for over 1,000 Masonic Lodges and the headquarters of the United Grand Lodge of England, the oldest Grand Lodge in the world.
The building, which is listed Grade II*, dates from 1927-1933. The architects were H V Ashley and F Winton Newman. The interior of the building is richly decorated. The Library and Museum organises free tours of the Grand Temple and ceremonial areas.
The Berkeley family welcome you to Berkeley Castle, their ancient fortress home where they have lived since their ancestor, Robert Fitzharding, completed the Keep in the late 12th Century.
The history played out within Berkeley Castle’s walls make it one of the most remarkable buildings in Britain and the family hope that you will visit them to experience its special atmosphere.
For more than 1,400 years, a Cathedral dedicated to St Paul has stood at the highest point in the City. The present Cathedral is the masterpiece of Britain's most famous architect Sir Christopher Wren.
The Natural History Museum in London is truly a fascinating day out for everyone. Discover hundreds of exciting, interactive and astonishing exhibits in one of London’s most beautiful landmark buildings. From the spectacular Central Hall to the Dinosaurs gallery and the Mammals display with the unforgettable model of a Blue Whale, it’s all waiting for you.
Or why not have a free day in London? London is a varied and exciting capital city, world renowned for its fashion, style and attractions. You will be bewitched by the number of places that you can visit from Soho to Hyde Park and from Trafalgar Square to Buckingham Palace you will never be short of things to see and do. Once you have built up an appetite from all the sightseeing, you will find the dining experience just as varied and then why not treat yourself to a West End theatre show or another popular attraction. Enjoy London at your own pace and seek out your own personal thrills. The city is ever changing so no two trips will ever be the same.
The Forbidden Corner is a unique labyrinth of tunnels, chambers, follies and surprises created within a four acre garden in the heart of Tupgill Park and the Yorkshire Dales. A tourist visitor attraction unlike anywhere that you have been before, ideal for the adventurers and those young at heart!
The temple of the underworld, the eye of the needle, a huge pyramid made of translucent glass, paths and passages that lead nowhere, extraordinary statues – at every turn there are decisions to make and tricks to avoid. This is a day out with a difference which will challenge and delight adults and children of all ages.
The National Railway Museum in the picturesque town of York has long been the home of Britain's rich railway heritage and is the largest museum of its kind in Britain. It displays a collection of over 100 locomotives and nearly 200 other items of rolling stock, virtually all of which either ran on the railways of Great Britain or were built there.
With a variety of original trains on display, this fantastic trip will inspire passengers of any age.