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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!
Kensington Palace in London is a working Royal residence. Of great historical importance, Kensington Palace was the favourite residence of successive sovereigns until 1760. It was also the birthplace and childhood home of Queen Victoria. Today Kensington Palace accommodates the offices and private apartments of a number of members of the Royal Family including the new edition's Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
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 £10pp payable at the time of booking.
The Beautiful market town of Stratford-Upon-Avon is home to many medieval and wooden fronted buildings which showcase over 100 years of history – perhaps the most famous being William Shakespeare. This day trip also includes a delightful sightseeing tour along the River Avon, where you can enjoy stunning and unique views of Stratford as the river winds its way through naturally beautiful and unspoilt stretches of the UK.
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!
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 Bath for free time Entrance into the Victoria Art Gallery then only a short walk away is the Fashion Museum
Bury’s award winning market is home to 370 stalls split into three sections. Theres the market hall with its giftware, hardware, haberdashery and clothes, the Open market with its abundance of multicultural cafes selling anything from Greek Meze and continental platters to Bury Black Pudding and then there is the fish and meat hall. All in all a great day out with much to see and do.
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.
From the moment you board the train you will begin a romantic journey back in time to the golden age of steam. Here you and your loved one are treated to a classic afternoon treat where you can indulge yourself in scones, jam and cream, a miniature cake and a tradition English tea or coffee as you sit back, relax and watch rolling green hills and pretty villages pass you by.