Once aboard one of our luxury coaches, you can relax and enjoy one of our fantastic days out.
Founded in 1753, the British Museum’s remarkable collection spans over two million years of human history. Enjoy a unique comparison of the treasures of world cultures under one roof, centred around the magnificent Great Court. Photo: British Museum © Visit London
Enjoy a leisurely drive through the delightful New Forest stopping for lunch in Lyndhurst. Here you can wander along the High Street or visit the New Forest Visitor Centre. In the afternoon we make a stop at Redcliffe Garden Centre where we enjoy a delicious cream tea.
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!
A palace of secret stories and public lives, Kensington Palace, situated in beautiful parkland in the centre of London, was designed as a royal residence for William III & Mary II by Sir Christopher Wren. More recently, it has been the official residence to Princess Margaret, Diana Princess of Wales, and is currently home to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. The recently renovated visitor routes reveal the surprising stories of many of the palace’s inhabitants over the centuries.
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.
Join us as we head off on a scenic drive to beautiful Arundel. We spend the day in Arundel, a town which combines one thousand years of history with independent shops, art galleries, restaurants, cafes and some great attractions such as the cathedral and castle.
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!
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.
An annual Somerset tradition dating back over 160 year. Watch as masquerades from a range of carnival groups parade through the Isle of Avalon. It is one of the biggest and most spectacular illuminated parades of its kind in Europe and supports many local charities and organisations.
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.