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Harrogate Flower Show 
 

Two shows are now held each year at the Great Yorkshire Showground in Harrogate , where you can enjoy the purpose-built event facilities as well as fully ramped and floored marquees. Over 70% of the show is undercover and most of it is on hard surfacing, making it particularly suitable for disabled visitors and a grand day out - whatever the weather.

 
 


   
Blackpool Illuminations 
 

The world-famous Illuminations need little introduction, extending Blackpool’s tourism season from the end of August until early November and attracting some 3m visitors every year.

As well as the miles of traditional festoons and tableaux along the Promenade, there are now extraordinary 3D projection shows on the front of the Blackpool Tower building every night during Illuminations season.

No wonder it’s commonly known as the greatest free light show on Earth!

 
 


   
Whitby 
 

Whitby's skyline is dominated by the ruins of St. Hilda's Abbey, high on Whitby's East Cliff. Spreading below Whitby, a maze of alleyways and narrow streets run down to the busy quayside.

From the old town of Whitby, 199 steps lead up to the parish church of St. Mary, whose churchyard on Whitby's East Cliff gave Bram Stoker the inspiration to write his world famous book, Dracula.

 
 


   
Chatsworth House at Christmas 
 

Chatsworth House will be transformed with decorations to get everyone into the Christmas spirit. The lower rooms will all be open however the State Room, Sketch Galleries and Guest Bedrooms will all be closed for conservation.

 
 


   
Manchester Trafford Centre 
 

Situated just 5 miles outside Manchester city centre visitors have the choice of 230 stores along 3 miles of granite and marble boulevards. Stores range from designer and high fashion outlets along Regent Crescent including the first Selfridges outside London to favourite high street names. The Centre's leisure and dining area - The Orient hosts 36 restaurants and fast food eateries. It is also home to the Odeon 20 screen cinema - one of the largest in the UK.

 
 


   
Chester Lunch Cruise 
 

After a morning departure from your local pickup point we make our way to Chester arriving midday at the Mill Hotel. Moored outside the hotel is the restaurant cruiser, our vessel for the next few hours. Once onboard a delicious three course meal is served. Dine in comfort and watch the landscape float by as you travel through locks and tunnels along the Shropshire Union Canal. You will have free time in the afternoon for shopping and sightseeing before rejoining the coach for the return journey home.

 
 


   
Cadburys World  
 

Uncover a world of chocolate delights and enjoy a fascinating, fun-packed day out at Cadbury World!

There’s so much to see and do for the whole family. From learning how your favourite confectionery is made and uncovering the fascinating story of Cadbury chocolate, to playing in chocolate rain and adding your favourite treat to a delicious pot of warm liquid Cadbury Dairy Milk.

 
 


   
Harrogate 
 

Harrogate is a delightful town with graceful architecture, glamorous heritage, superb gardens and classical shopping.  This superb spa town is such a relaxing place to be and you may choose to visit the famous Betty's tea rooms.

 
 


   
Cleethorpes  
From Scunthorpe 

Cleethorpes is a popular and traditional seaside resort, with three miles of excellent sandy beaches and a wide promenade, which developed rapidly, from a tiny fishing village, in the late 19th-century and which today attracts up to a million visitors each year. There are numerous attractions and fine views of the ships entering the nearby Humber estuary.

 
 


   
Rails, Sails and Tales  
 

We begin the day with a visit to The World of Beatrix Potter. This delightful attraction features 3D scenes from the popular books where sights and sounds of Beatrix Potter's celebrated characters are magically brought to life. Step out from the film in to Jemima's woodland glade and through the trees to see Mr Tod in Tommy Brock's house and the pigs from The Tale of Pigling Bland. In the afternoon you will board a boat from Bowness to Lakeside where a steam train will be waiting to take you to Haverthwaite.

 

 
 
 
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