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Visit Stamford, a quaint Lincolnshire town. We also visit Peterborough Garden Park (Peterborough One), combining the premier garden centre VanHage and an exciting mix of lifestyle retailers.
Be charmed by this Royal Palace. For the very first time from May 2020 you can visit an exciting exhibition of private photos taken by members of the Royal Family including works by celebrated fashion photographer and husband to Princess Margaret, Anthony Armstrong-J...more info
For everyone who is passionate about their garden and food. Includes admission ticket, however the price does not include a seat for a celebrity demonstration in the Super theatre, and this must be booked by the individual if required. Seats may be available on the d...more info
Spend time in the Peak District, visiting one of the most beautifully situated villages in the White Peak, Castleton, and Ashbourne. This picturesque market town offers Tudor and Georgian architecture and winding cobbled streets, and a market place with a wealth of i...more info
Britain’s biggest and brightest textile craft show. All the supplies, ideas and inspiration you could wish for.
Royal city for shopping or sightseeing.
Manchester is home to luxury brands such as Harvey Nichols and Selfridges, the Arndale Centre, and independent retailers in the Northern Quarter.Please note this trip is being operated with those going to Coronation Street Tour.<...more info
Famous as the birthplace of William Shakespeare, the town centre offers a wide and diverse range of shops.
Enjoy a fun and informative tour around this working distillery in Stratford-upon-Avon. You will discover how gin is made, learn about its history, followed by a tutored tasting of at least 3 Shakespeare Distillery spirits, finishing with a Gin & Tonic. Later enj...more info
Visit the finest occupied Victorian Castle in England, the film shoot location for ‘Downton Abbey’. Home to the Carnarvon family since 1679. The present day castle was designed in 1842 by Sir Charles Barry, the architect also responsible for building the ...more info
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