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An award-winning open air museum near Durham. Experience life in 1825 and 1913, with over 100 acres dedicated to how things used to be, such as a 1913 town centre and home farm, plus vintage rides and a Victorian fairground.Please note only 3 ...more info
Spend time at the delightful town of Buxton, and then enjoy a 2 hour boat trip on the scenic Upper Peak Forest Canal aboard the Judith Mary, where a cream tea will be served on board, consisting of assorted sandwiches, hot scones with strawberry jam and fresh cream, ...more info
One of IACF Antique & Collectors Fairs new venues for 2019. Held at Staffordshire Showground - an entirely indoor fair with up to 250 stallholders on site.
The pretty village of Lacock near Chippenham dates back to the 13th century and remains largely unspoiled by the trappings of the 21st century. Over the years it has featured in many TV shows and films, including the 2007 BBC production of Cranford. Lacock Abbey is l...more info
Visit the home of Norfolk Lavender with a gift shop brimming with wonderful gift ideas, plant centre, tea room and more. A Caley Mill Guided Grounds Tour will be given where you can discover the great tradition of English Lavender growing (hopefully in flower this ti...more info
Set against the majestic backdrop of Hampton Court Palace, the world’s largest annual flower show provides gorgeous gardens, fabulous floral displays, and fantastic shopping in an unforgettable setting.more info
Set in the lovely village of Lavenham, the Guildhall, a fine timber-framed building, tells the story of one of the best preserved and wealthiest towns in Tudor England. Discover the stories of the people who have used the Guildhall through its almost 500 year h...more info
Dating from 1440, Sudeley Castle is set against the beautiful backdrop of the Cotswolds. Once the home to Katherine Parr, wife of Henry VIII, it houses an impressive collection of furniture and paintings with 9 magnificent gardens swept around the Castle.
A scenic tour with a lunch stop being made at one of the delightful Cotswold villages. At Cotswold Lavender there are more than 15 acres of fields accessible to the public with not just lavender but areas of wildflowers and camomile. With over 40 different varieties,...more info
Situated on the River Dee and on the edge of the Berwyn Mountains in Wales, Llangollen is a haven for shoppers looking for unusual gifts. Includes a 2 hour cruise enjoying the beautiful scenery of the Vale of Llangollen across the w...more info
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