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Enjoy a fun filled day out to Blackpool and the world-famous Illuminations. Spend the afternoon on the thrilling rides at the Pleasure Beach, be entertained at Blackpool Tower, perhaps take a walk along the beach or enjoy fish & chips on the prom. As darkness falls the six miles of lights and tableaux along the Promenade come to life in spectacular - no wonder it’s commonly known as the greatest free light show on Earth!
The award-winning West Midland Safari Park has 1700 magical animal encounters and four miles of safari, home to Indian Rhino; Cheetah; Lions; Tigers; Giraffe and Elephants to name a few. Enjoy watching the animals as we drive through the 200 acres of parkland designed to replicate their natural habitat. There’s also a Discovery Trail showcasing Penguin Cove, Sea Lion Shows, Twilight Cave, Seaquarium, Reptile House, Creepy Crawlies and friendly animal encounters galore. The African Village is situated by the lakeside and is where “Meerkat Mayhem” and “Walking with Lemurs” can be found. Whilst the Adventure Theme Park and Tiny Tots Theme Park have a host of fun rides and attractions to suit all members of the family (extra charge). More info: www.wmsp.co.uk
Manchester Christmas Market or The Trafford Centre - You decide.Manchester's Christmas Markets have been attracting thousands of visitors to the city centre every year since 1998 offering mouth-watering international food, drinks and delicately crafted Yuletide gifts in the heart of this buzzing city. With more than 300 beautifully festooned stalls and chalets spread across the city centre, the Christmas Markets are free and accessible to all.Manchester has a great range of stores to cater for all your shopping needs. From fancy dress to fountain pens, you’ll find a world of goods on sale. At the Trafford Centre, visitors have the choice of over 200 stores along three miles of granite and marble boulevards. Stores range from designer and high fashion favourites, including the first Selfridges outside London.
The hugely popular St Nicholas Fair returns in 2021, a Christmas experience that will produce magical memories that you’ll never forget, and will have you returning to the city time and time again.The best way to start your Christmas is with a stroll along Parliament Street and St Sampson’s square where wintry alpine chalets run up the street and around the square. Each chalet is stocked with unique products with everything from stocking fillers and extra special gifts, to delicious tasty treats. Enjoy a bite to eat or sip on some warming mulled wine in the cheery, buzzing atmosphere.
Jesters, entertainers, archery, historical re-enactments create a medieval atmosphere for your Christmas shopping! You can buy all sorts of goodies for your Christmas stocking Ludlow Castle Medieval Fayre from over eighty stalls presented by traders from across the UK as well as popular Ludlow traders, all dressed in medieval costumes.A great treat for all the family, in the glorious setting of medieval Ludlow Castle.
This year celebrates 20 magical years of Christmas at Chatsworth. The displays are inspired by the past two decades of spellbinding decorations throughout the house and your hosts can’t wait to share them with you.Entrancing scenes will combine nostalgic references to Christmases of years past with the traditions at the heart of Chatsworth’s seasonal celebrations. The Chapel will come alive with festive music; a kaleidoscope of colour will mingle playfully with gems and minerals from our collection; inventive use of recycled materials will illustrate the potential of sustainable decorating; and no winter celebration would be complete without a sprinkling of the white stuff...Join us as we celebrate the magic of Christmas at Chatsworth.
Birmingham's popular Frankfurt Christmas Market is set to return this winter to bring some festive cheer back to the city centre in the run up to Christmas, with stalls selling a tempting array of food and drink, traditional toys, ornaments and gifts. The big wheel and ice rink are also due return to Centenary Square.The market will opens in November, bringing with it the festive aroma of hot gluhwein, schnitzel and spicy sausage, which will fill New Street and Victoria Square for seven weeks.
The Victorian Fayre was first started back in 1992 by traders from picturesque New Street and Friar Street. The Fayre may have grown a lot but it has stayed true to its traditional roots with plenty of Victorian themed characters, festive treats and a wonderful atmosphere. This year there will be almost 200 stalls across the city centre, selling local arts and crafts, delicious street food and gifts.Look out for Victorian characters in Gin Lane, lofty entertainers on stilts, brilliant musicians on the stages and buskers on every street corner.