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In celebration of the 100-year anniversary of the tomb discovery, the boy king's priceless tomb artifacts will visit London one final time while a new permanent resting placefor the treasuresis constructed at the Grand Egyptian Museum in...more info
Norwich is a wonderful fusion of the modern and historic, one complementing the other. Like any great city its centre is easy to walk around and has a river at its heart. As well as being the most complete medieval city in the UK, it has...more info
We visit Barsley Market for a morning of shopping, before visiting Holmfirth, the town is better known as the location for the popular BBC TV series Last of the Summer Wine.
A pleasant little seaside town
The historic town of Whitby with its busy fishing port, picturesque fishermans cottages, cobbled streets and Whitby Abbey.
You may need your tin hat and gas mask when you visit Crich Tramway Village during its World War II Home Front Event The museum will be turning back to a period where Britain was at war. Feel free to dress for the occasion.
Shrewsbury is a delightful town having plenty to see & do whether it be shopping or exploying, situated on the River Severn the town centre still retains its medieval street pattern and many narrow passages. Many specialist shops, tr...more info
The massive iron framework, a masterpiece of high Victorian Engineering, lifts canal boats 50ft between the Weaver Navigation and the Trent & Mersey Canal .For around 75 minutes, a combined lift and river cruise will take you al...more info
Another great day out by the seaside. Take a trip up the Tower or visit the fabulous Pleasure Beach.