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First opened in 1972 London’s original arts and crafts market is a vibrant collective of shops, market stalls, and food & drink. Today Camden Lock stays true to its roots and attracts both locals and visitors from all parts of the world, eager to come face-to-face with some of the capital’s most creative people.
Lincoln has plenty of things to do and places to see, unique shops, peaceful walks, and places to eat. Also sit back, relax and enjoy the sights of Lincoln and the countryside from a different perspective, aboard a guided canal trip with entertaining commentary about Lincoln’s past.
Be inspired by the many beautiful museums and galleries and admire the beautiful architecture and majestic college buildings.
Explore quaint passages set around the historic market place and colleges, where a unique and relaxing shopping experience can be found. Here a blend of independent shops is mingled with high street brands.
The Imperial War Museum beautifully tells the emotionally humbling stories of people’s experiences of war and conflict through a selection of collections, galleries, films and unique footage.
IWM London tells the stories of those whose lives have been shaped by war through the depth, breadth and impact of their Galleries, displays and events. Visitors can explore the First World War Galleries and iconic Atrium which were transformed in 2014 to mark the start of the First World War Centenary commemorations. Visitors can also explore the other galleries and visit IWM’s temporary exhibitions.
On this tour discover war time secrets and beautiful historic locations - There is a lot waiting to be explored!
Spoil yourself or a loved one with a visit to Bourton on the Water and a delicious cream tea! Known as the Venice of the Cotswolds it is regularly voted as the prettiest village in England. It has a unique appeal to visitors with plenty to see and do with a wealth of attractions, shops and tearooms alongside the beautiful River Windrush. This is a truly beautiful place to visit.
In a tented village at Hay-on-Wye, on the edge of the beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park. Between Hereford and Brecon just off the A438.
For 11 days a year many thousands of people come from all over the UK, Europe, America and the rest of the world to join a carnival celebration of ideas and stories at the Hay Festival.
The programme of some six hundred events (including two free days for schools and a parallel programme for children and families, called HAYDAYS) takes place in the tented festival village during the spring bank holiday. Writers, politicians, poets, scientists, comedians, philosophers and musicians come together on the greenfield site to talk, eat, think, drink and be merry.
(There is no charge for entrance to the festival site; you buy tickets only for the events you want to see.
You can buy tickets online,
or select the events you wish to attend and call the Box Office on 01497 822 629.
Events will sell out and booking can be competitive. If you sign up to our mailing list or become a Friend (where you receive priority booking) we can let you know immediately when tickets are released.
The full programme, approximately 600+ events, is not normally released until the beginning of April; we do, however, release some 'earlybird' tickets sooner. These are selected highlights to whet your appetite and will often sell out by the time the full programme is released.)
Passengers please note - Late return.
Coach takes you to the event only - There still will be things for you to do on arrival - food, music and events but if you wish to specificially see a celebrity talk or witness poetry reading you need to pre book your own ticket online before hand
Soak up the sun on the beautiful beaches of Weymouth, with fine Georgian buildings providing a grand backdrop to miles of magnificent coastline and rich heritage. On this escape to Weymouth, you can also enjoy a full day in Poole & visit Dorchester for market day.
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!
With magnificent castles, railways and festivals, North Wales is an exciting place to visit. Llandudno is Wales' largest seaside resort with a beautiful coastline, countryside and endless attractions all in close proximity to the Snowdonia National Park. Nestled between two glistening beaches and guarded by two rugged limestone headlands, this iconic mountain range couldn’t be a more beautiful place to visit.