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Everyone’s favourite theme park, packed with a host of great rides and attractions set in 280 acres of lakes and parkland. Drayton Manor features some of the biggest, wettest and scariest rides around! Apocalypse is the world’s first stand up tower drop. Shockwave is Europe’s only stand up rollercoaster. Stormforce 10 is ‘the best water ride in the country’ (Daily Express). Maelstrom is the only gyro swing to make you face outwards! There’s also a host of fantastic family entertainment with The Pirate Adventure, Drayton Manor’s live theatres - and the Drunken Barrels is fantastic new fun for all the family! For the first time in Europe, Thomas and Friends have their very own home at Drayton Manor Park!
If you prefer a bit of a slower pace, then remember you can have a wander around the 15-acre zoo and meet dozens of animals from across the world. The zoo will captivate you with the astounding variety of animal species. From Meerkats to Sumatran Tigers; you won’t believe your eyes at how close you are to these animals.
Explore the unique history and heritage of this beautiful area of the north eastof England. With the stunning scenery of the Durham Dales and the excitingattractions of Beamish Living History Museum and the \National RailwayMuseum.
The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo draws together a host of creative talent from four continents. 2019 sees Scotland’s colourful military musical spectacular celebrate its 69th season. Every year the programme includes music of the massed pipes and drums of the Scottish regiments together with the music of the massed bands from around the world.
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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
The south east counties of Bedfordshire & Cambridgeshire are ofter described as ‘England's hidden secret’ with a lot more to offer than meets the eye. We have the chance to explore one of the many romantic country houses the area boasts plus a visit to the former home to the famous codebreakers of WWII and the birthplace of modern computing and communications.
NEW for 2020! Why not join us on the last Sunday of each month to enjoy a relaxing day out on board one of our luxury coaches. "Where will we be going" you may well ask - sorry it's a secret but who knows, if the sun is shining we may go to the seaside or if it's not so nice perhaps a scenic tour with stops at places of interest.
Llandudno is Wales’s largest resort with a attractions, uniquely situated between the Great and Little Ormes with two wonderful beaches, the award winning North Shore and the quiet, sand duned West Shore.
Llandudno has kept its Victorian and Edwardian elegance and splendour, despite its modern attractions. Perhaps most notably, Llandudno was the regular holiday destination of Alice Liddell’s family, the same Alice Liddell who inspired Lewis Carroll ‘ titular character of the novel ‘Alice in Wonderland’. It is theorized that this wonderful resort and its majestic surroundings were inspiration for the extraordinary visuals of the story.
Cornwall has so much to offer. It is famous for its seafaring history, spectacular sandy beaches, gorgeous gardens, dramatic coastline and captivating fishing harbours. The popular seaside town of Looe can keep visitors entertained all year round and retains its character as a bustling working fishing port. The level streets offer a mix of traditional souvenir, arts and crafts shops and restaurants.
New to our programme in 2019 this delightful tour features some of Norfolks top attractions including Sandringham House, 2 steam train rides and a cruise on the Broads. With our packed itinerary you will find plenty to see and do on this interesting holiday to the lovely coast and countyside of Norfolk.
Beautiful Bute is one of the most accessible Scottish islands, just a short ferry ride across the Firth of Clyde. It is a short trip from Wemyss Bay to the Victoriana meets art deco-style resort of Rothesay, with its palm trees and promenade. Attractions include Rothesay Castle, the stately home at nearby Mount Stuart, and some extraordinarily varied landscapes. From the lush, fertile and rolling hills of the island's heart to the craggy, heather-covered moorlands of the north and the delightful sandy beaches around the coastline, the island is a haven for walking, cycling, fishing and wildlife.
Photo: Mount Stuart House courtesy of Visit Scotland