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Includes admission to the show, Sandringham grounds, museum and church. There are around 200 trade and horticultural stands, charity stands, a craft marquee and a full programme of arena events.
A secluded estate with an elevated view reaching out to the quintessential Cotswold valleys, the Mendips and beyond. It remains unspoilt by the trappings of the 21st century — barely a sign of modern life is visible in any direction. From Tudor beginnings ...more info
Set in 300 acres beside the River Thames, Kew Gardens is home to the world’s largest and most diverse collection of living plants, with six magnificent glass houses. Maybe include a visit to Kew Palace, the smallest and most i...more info
HRH The Prince of Wales has spent 30 years transforming the grounds of Highgrove into what have been acknowledged as some of the most inspired and innovative gardens in the United Kingdom. The garden tour lasts approximately two hours and is a walk of about...more info
Visit one of England’s most elegant and cultural cities, recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and enjoyed by visitors since the Roman times. Having retained some of the finest Georgian architecture, maybe visit the architectural gem of Bath Abbey or the R...more info
BBC’s Countryfile Live will return in 2018 at the beautiful grounds of Blenheim Palace to once again celebrate the British countryside. The outdoor event brings awardwinning elements of the popular programme to a live audience feat...more info
Enjoy a visit to Buckingham Palace during the annual opening of the State Apartments. Visitors are able to tour the 19 magnificent State Rooms that form the heart of the working palace, and are used regularly by the Royal Family for official entertaining and St...more info
Visit the historical University City of Cambridge for shopping or sightseeing.
Completed in 1310, Chirk is the last Welsh castle from the reign of Edward I that's still lived in today. Marvel at the medieval tower and dungeon, 17th century Long Gallery, grand 18th century state rooms and servants' hall. The award-winning gardens conta...more info
In recent years Margate has benefited from its retro appeal and today is a popular, nostalgic seaside destination. While the hours away with a stroll along the golden beach, explore the Old Town, or visit the UK’s original ple...more info
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