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Knowsley Safari has the longest safari drive in the UK and features over 700 wild animals across 550 acres of Safari.
Safari drive on arrival can take between 1 - 1.5 hours, visitors can then explore the other attractions such as the Elephant platforms, the Giraffe towers and Meerkat pen which means you can get really up close and personal with the animals. The sea lion display is a big favourite with all ages and the Bug House, European Moose Trail and Birds of Prey display
Little Venice & Camden Lock (Boat ride)
We take you to London’s ‘Little Venice’ – just north of Paddington, this picturesque and tranquil pool of water is home to a number of waterside cafés, pubs and eateries. From here we enjoy a relaxing boat trip to Camden Lock, where we enjoying our afternoon.
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.
Independent, creative, unique and stylish, Bath is a town set in the rolling countryside of southwest England. Shopping, history and architecture fill the streets of Bath. With something for every-one this is a destination not to be missed.
To the Roman baths, considered one of the finest historic sites in northern Europe. Ticket includes a audio guide in 12 languages a public guided tour on the hour every hour takes place starting at the Great Bath, with the opportunity to try the natural spa water
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.
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.
This day trip also takes us to Wirksworth, located in the scenic Derbyshire Dales it is one of the oldest towns in the Peak District. Today, centred around its marketplace, you can explore fine old buildings with picturesque alleys and craftsman’s yards.
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.
You might know Liverpool for being the home of The Beatles, but did you know that it’s also a UNESCO World Heritage Site? Home to one of the largest collections of Grade I listed buildings in the UK and Britain’s largest Cathedral, Liverpool is a haven for maritime history, heritage and thanks to the Liverpool One is a shopper’s paradise. What more could you want?
Your adventure starts here! Named Best Zoo in the UK by Trip Advisors Traveller’s Choice Attraction Awards there’s so much to see and do at Chester Zoo. Home to over 15,000 of the world’s most exotic and endangered animals in 125 acres of award-winning gardens – so where do you begin? Explore the amazing animal exhibits including; The Realm of the Red Aple, Tsavo Black Rhino reserve, the impressive Asian Elephant house, Fruit Bat Forest and the newly opened Islands at Chester Zoo!
For the first time in more than 30 years the spectacular Terracotta Warriors will be on display at Liverpool’s World Museum for a limited time only! Since 1974 more than 8,000 life-sized Terracotta Warriors have been discovered in burial pits at the tomb of China’s First Emperor; Qin Shihuangdi, making them one of the most significant archaeological evacuations of the 20th century!
The tremendous story of the tomb’s warriors will be displayed alongside important artefacts and research relating to the formative years of the Chinese nation, from the pre-unifucation Qin Kings to the First Emperor’s legacy in the Han Dynasty – and is not to be missed.