Once aboard one of our luxury coaches, you can relax and enjoy one of our fantastic days out.
A day of leisure in Bristol. If you're looking to shop, Bristol has nearly 500 stores between its two separate covered shopping centres. Alternatively, if you're just looking to relax and take in the city you can choose from over 50 cafes and restaurants.
If you love shopping, theatre and restaurants, then you'll love Covent Garden. You'll find street performers and the Market as well as the Film Museum, Transport Museum and Royal Opera House just a stones throw away.
With its winding, cobbled streets woven around a pattern of narrow canals lined with ancient buildings, Bruges is a beautifully preserved medieval gem. Explore the 'Venice of the North' by horse drawn carriage or canal boat, or stroll the streets and squares looking for chocolate, lace and beer.
Marwell Zoo is set in 100 acres of landscaped Hampshire woodlands and is home to hundreds of different animals - including penguins, zebra, rhino, tigers, hippos and the wonderful meerkats. In 2019 Brickosaurs arrives! created with more than two million bricks is sure to excite families, LEGO and dinosaur enthusiasts alike
Enjoy a Carvery lunch at the Hare & Hounds which lives in the heart of beautiful East Devon. They have spent years perfecting their carvery, using local suppliers to offer the best fresh Devon meat and vegetables available, some from farms within 5 miles from The Hare & Hounds. After lunch you have free time to explore Sidmouth.
A great place for shopping with an indoor shopping centre and lanes packed with unique shops, trendy restaurants and cafes. Explore the independent shops of The Lanes, North Laine & London Road and the big-name stores of Churchill Square and Brighton Marina.
The house is now let as a private hotel, and so closed to the public, however, on the day of our visit a small amount of rooms will be open, through which we shall be guided enabling you to get a feel of how it must have felt to be invited to stay in this fabulous building.
The Bovington Tank Museum is the foremost collection of armoured vehicles in the United Kingdom. With almost 300 vehicles on exhibition from 26 countries it is the most wide-ranging collection of tanks and armoured vehicles in the world, and includes one of two working examples of a German Tiger I tank in the world and a British World War I Mark I — the world's oldest surviving combat tank. This is a great day out for all the family! Coach only fare. Entrances not included.
Set in 65 acres in the Dorset countryside, Monkey World is home to over 160 rescued and endangered apes and monkeys. Explore the centre at your leisure and attend the informative talks by keepers on the different species who live here including chimpanzees, orang-utans and more. Coach only fare. Entrances not included.
We travel to Totnes where we board the boat for a leisurely cruise down the River Dart to Dartmouth. A short ferry crossing takes us across to Kingswear for the steam train ride to Paignton where we rejoin the coach for our journey home (inclusive price).
Home to the Meridian Line, the Cutty Sark ship, the Royal Observatory, the National Maritime Museum, the Planetarium, the Old Royal Naval College, London's cable car, Greenwich Park and the O2 arena, there's lots to explore! Or you may like to take a cruise along the Thames.
Symonds Yat is a village and popular tourist destination which straddles the River Wye in England. What better way to discover the beauty of the River Wye than taking a Kingfisher Cruise. Whilst on board enjoy a Ploughmans Lunch. Cruise and Lunch included. Licenced Bar available to purchase drinks
During the thrilling 75 hour flying display visitors will get to see fast jets, giant transporters, historic aircraft and much, much more. There will be a chance to meet the crews, get close to the aircraft and enjoy a feast of first class entertainment including the Techno Zone, an interactive showcase designed especially for youngsters, the Vintage Village, Aerodrome and the Adrenalin Zone.
Windsor is a beautiful historic town next to the River Thames. There are many places to shop in Windsor, many tours to take and lots of history to be explored. Enjoy your time shopping and enjoying the sights of Windsor Town or why not visit Windsor Castle, Her Majesty, The Queen's official residence and favourite weekend home.
Cadbury world is a must for chocoholics! The tour takes you on a journey back in time to discover the secrets behind the creation of Cadbury Dairy Milk & in the state-of-the-art interactive exhibition you will experience chocolate like never before. Restaurant, picnic area and shop available on-site.
At the heart of the Palace, the State Rooms are used for ceremonial occasions and entertaining and are furnished with many treasures from the Royal Collection. To celebrate the 200th anniversary of Queen Victoria’s birth, the 2019 special exhibition, Queen Victoria’s Palace, will tell the story of how the young queen transformed Buckingham Palace from a private house into a working royal residence.
We will drop you outside the Natural History Museum in Cromwell Road, South Kensington. From here you will be able to enjoy the local museums, such as the Science Museum and the Victoria & Albert Museum . All with free admission (There may be a small charge for any special exhibitions)
Longleat offers a multitude of attractions and Longleat House is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful stately homes. The Safari Park tour allows you to get close to the lions, tigers, giraffes - to name but a few of the animals, many of them seen on the television.
Beautiful gardens, leisurely walks, regency history, clean beaches and friendly shops. It's all here in this lovely seaside town that nestles beneath majestic red cliffs and the green hills of the glorious Sid Valley. After lunch we will pay a visit to the donkey sanctuary, (Free Entrance).
Inspired and remodelled by John Norton in 1865, Tyntesfield was saved by the National Trust in 2002 and extensive conservation work underway. Bristled with towers and turrets, and offering an insight into life below stairs, the mansion has an unrivalled collection of Victorian arts, a beautifully decorated private chapel, formal gardens and a walled kitchen garden.
Cotswolds Farm Park is proud to offer a total countryside experience, from the shearing and Milking demonstration. Park was opened in 1971 by Joe Henson to help protect rare breeds, the farm has since grown and been made famous by his country file presenter son Adam
Set in a magical land known as the Pridelands, the story of the Lion King begins at an area known as Pride Rock. Enter the Lion King, Mufasa and Queen Sarabi to introduce their newborn cub Simba. The heir to the throne Simba, is stated to overtake leadership of the Pridelands. Unfortunately not everyone is happy about this prospect, more specifically Scar, the selfish brother of the Lion King Mufasa. A spectacular and unforgettable show.
Oxford is known as the 'City of 'Dreaming Spires' colleges, hidden cobbled streets and waterways. Oxford has many attractions ranging from ancient to modern. Visit one of the many historic buildings or museums or why not spend the day shopping. There are also many places to eat and drink so you can spend the day at your leisure.
Trago Newton Abbot is located in 110 acres, amidst the lovely south Devon countryside, with views over towards Dartmoor. A stone’s throw from the A38 between Exeter and Plymouth it is perfectly located for customers to take advantage of its unique discount shopping and leisure facilities. Consisting of over 250,000 square feet of retail space, it offers over 180,000 products, across 38 departments at unbeatable everyday lowest prices!
A City rich in maritime history, with many shopping opportunities. Visit the Dockyard - see the Mary Rose, HMS Victory and the Warrior. Ascend the Spinnaker tower* for panoramic views over the city and the Solent or relax at a Café in Gunwharf.* Entrance not included
It's the fifth oldest zoo in the world and has helped save over 175 species from extinction! You'll meet all types of residents including lions, pengiuns, flamingos and reptiles. Please note: This is a coach only excursion. Admission fare is not included.
Down on his luck, wannabe rockstar Dewey Finn, poses as a supply teacher at a prestigious prep school to make ends meet. When he discovers his students' musical talents he turns a class of straight–A pupils into a guitar-shredding, bass-slapping mind-blowing rock band. But can he get them to the Battle of the Bands without their parents and the school’s headmistress finding out?
Watch as masquerades from a range of carnival groups parade through the Isle of Avalon in Somerset. Glastonbury Carnival is a annual Somerset tradition held in November and dating over 160 years. It is one of the biggest and most spectacular illuminated parades of its kind in Europe and supports many local charities and organisations.
Returning with a brand new theme to light up Longleat once more, the Festival of Light brings hundreds of illuminated features to create a glowing wonderland. Enjoy a drive through the Safari Park to see the lions, monkeys and other residents, before dusk falls and the park lights up.
Travel back in time to a bygone era, where classic characters welcome you to a world of festive cheer, as you enjoy one of the south’s finest Christmas festivals. The Festival of Christmas. Celebrate Portsnouth Historic Dockyards 20th anniversary with some retail therapy in the Christmas markets, meet Victorian street performers, a traditional green Father Christmas and so much more!
Take a fairy tale flight to Neverland in the swashbuckling family adventure Peter Pan as it swoops into Mayflower Theatre for another unmissable pantomime season. Join our high-flying hero as he transports the Darlings on an adventure they will never forget, packed full of evil pirates, Lost Boys, a very hungry crocodile and the meanest man in Neverland, Captain Hook. With jaw-dropping flying and special effects, barrel-loads of laughter, a ship-full of magic and fairy dust and plenty of fun.
Mary Poppins returns to the West End! Is it Jane and Michael Banks who need a nanny? Or is it their parents, George and Winifred who actually need more looking after? Only one thing is certain - after Mary Poppins arrives at 17 Cherry Tree Lane, with her no-nonsense approach to making the right choices in life, nothing will ever be the same again.