Trips Type 
 Castles & Gardens 
 Concerts & Shows 
 For the Kids! 
 Scenic Days 
 Seaside Specials 
 Shopping & Markets 
 Special Events 
 


   
Scarborough 
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Scarborough is a resort town on England’s North Sea coast. Its 2 bays with sandy beaches are split by a headland bearing the 12th-century Scarborough Castle. The Victorian Central Tramway funicular train links the town centre with South Bay and its harbour. The Rotunda Museum explores local coastal geology. Scarborough SEA LIFE Sanctuary’s marine displays and the Peasholm Park Japanese gardens are behind North Bay.

 

 
 


   
Blackpool Day Trip 
 

One of Britain's favourite seaside resorts, Blackpool has been a popular holiday destination since its emergence in Victorian times. Originally, the appeal of Blackpool was its seven mile long sandy beach. Of course, it is still a popular attraction today for visitors to relax and for the kids to play games or take a ride on a donkey. Blackpool is one of the biggest seaside resorts in Europe and offers visitors a full range of activities. It is famous for its Golden Mile of fairground type attractions and the Blackpool Tower, a smaller scale imitation of the Eiffel Tower in Paris. Blackpool's Pleasure Beach, a collection of enormous rollercoaster rides and shows is one the UK's most popular tourist attractions.

£18

 
 


   
Blackpool Illuminations 
 

The famous Blackpool Illuminations are probably some of the finest in the country, and run for 2 months at the end of the year. At 10 kilometres long, and using over 1 million light-bulbs, the Illuminations are a truly awesome spectacle, which light up the Blackpool Promenade and the iconic Blackpool Tower in a dazzling display of electric magic! 

 
 


   
Blackpool Illuminations 
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The famous Blackpool Illuminations are probably some of the finest in the country, and run for 2 months at the end of the year. At 10 kilometres long, and using over 1 million light-bulbs, the Illuminations are a truly awesome spectacle, which light up the Blackpool Promenade and the iconic Blackpool Tower in a dazzling display of electric magic! And while the Illuminations are running, there’s a plethora of other attractions available along the piers and in the theatres.

 
 


   
Bridlington  
 

Beautiful sandy beaches and a clean, sparkling sea? Lots of entertainment for all the family? Perhaps you like a place with character and charm, or somewhere with lots more to explore when you need a change from the beach. | Two award-winning beaches of golden sands stretch out on either side of a historic harbour bustling with activity. Beautifully designed promenades provide everything from fun-fairs to quiet places where you can sit and watch the world go by. Shops, attractions, restaurants and the historic Old Town of Bridlington offer a fascinating contrast to life on the beach.

 
 


   
Heartbeat & Whitby 
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A morning departure as we head across the moors to Goathland, here you will have free time to see the shops and houses made famous by the TV series ‘Heartbeat’. Why not enjoy a drink in the ‘Aidenfield Arms’. We then continue on to Whitby where we have time at leisure before heading home mid afternoon.

 
 


   
Pickering & Whitby 
 

We begin the day in Pickering. The pretty own is packed with independent shops and beautiful historic and natural attractions, with the North Yorkshire Moors Railway being the main attraction. After a short stop here we continue onto Whitby for the afternoon. Whitby is famous for many things: it's a traditional seaside resort with Blue Flag beaches, and has some of the best fish and chips around.

£17

 
 


   
Scarborough 
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From the rugged rocky headland and colourful seaside traditions of the South Bay, to the bright beach huts of the award-winning sandy North Bay, Scarborough has all the ingredients you need for a classic day at the seaside.

 
 


   
Skegness 
£15 

Skegness - Lincolnshire's premier resort, with an award winning six mile long beach and many superb attractions. Two fun fairs, gardens, golf courses, theatres, ballrooms, swimming pools and bowling greens.

 

 

 
 


   
Southport 
 

Southport is without doubt one of Britain’s most elegant seaside resorts – the ‘jewel of the north west’. It was founded in the late 18th century by William Sutton who established a sea-bathing house amongst the dunes on the unique Sefton coastline and it has since developed into one of the north west’s classiest towns.

Browse the vast array of shops on famous Lord Street; its broad tree-lined boulevard with covered walkways and arcades inspired Prince Louis Napoleon to remodel Paris along similar lines in the mid-nineteenth century. Take a stroll in one of Southport’s award-winning parks and gardens, which provide the setting for the world-famous Southport Flower Show every August. Marvel at the stunning views available from Southport pier, the longest overland pier in Great Britain.

 

 
 


   
Whitby 
 

This historic fishing port is where Captain Cook learned his seamanship and is famous for appearing in Bram Stoker's Dracula. Set in the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, this architecturally picturesque town is the ideal place to stroll along the beach or enjoy some traditional fish and chips on the sea front!

Adult £17

OAP £17

Child £17

 

 

 
 


   
Whitby Goth Weekend 
 

Over the past few decades, Whitby has become synonymous with goth culture with its biannual Goth Festival bringing fans of the darker side of life flocking to the town. The festival began in 1994 and attracts about 1,500 people to the town where Bram Stoker found inspiration for Dracula when he stayed in 1890.

 
 
 
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