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Relive the golden steam era and discover the stunning replica of Stephenson’s Rocket, observe the busy workshop and more. Entry is free.
York is a historical walled city where you can enjoy shopping or sightseeing. Explore one of the attractions such as York Minster, one of the most beautiful Gothic cathedrals (admission extra), sample the café culture, or enjoy browsing the big brands in the c...more info
An international fleet of tall ships will take over the city to host the beginning of a quite spectacular event – the Three Cities Tall Ships Regatta. This free event will offer a fantastic opportunity for visitors to see and step aboardmany bea...more info
We aim to go where the weather is best.Please note only 3 pick-up points will be available; Wigston (Paddock Street), St Margaret’s Bus Station (Stand SW), or Braunstone (lay-by outside Sturgess’s). more info
Skegness was one of the country’s first seaside resorts to welcome visitors and still one of the most popular today... and it’s not hard to see why. There's plenty of things to do, to visit and experiences you’ll never forget. Walk along t...more info
The elegant resort of Hunstanton is the ideal base to enjoy Norfolk’s superb coastline. Hunstanton, or ‘Hunston’ as it is known locally, is renowned for its unique striped cliffs and magnificent sunsets, made special by its position as the only west...more info
Popular seaside resort on the East Coast.
One of the most complete historic estates open to visitors, for nearly 400 years the estate was the property of the Egerton family until it was bequeathed to the National Trust in 1958. The early 19th century mansion sits amid a landscaped deer park an...more info
Includes a 90-minute steam train journey through the heart of Hampshire from Alresford to Alton and return where a cheese ploughman’s lunch will be served on board. Please note only 3 pick-up points will be available;...more info
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