Lock Ness 

When you think of Lock ness, you think of the famous Lock Ness Monster, so why not visit The Lock Ness Centre and Exhibition, with displays of the famous beastie and the history of the surrounding area. 
Visit the romantic ruins of Urquhart Castle on its shoreline, Lock ness stretches alone the Great Glen, it is the second deepest lock and is surrounded by beautiful mountains. 
A Visit to Fort Augustus is a must, a favourite spot for tourists, it sits alongside the picturesque Caledonian Canal, one of the top free things to do in Lock ness. 
Lock ness is close enough to both Glasgow and Edinburgh if a city day trip seeing the sites and a spot of shopping is what excites you. 

Seven Sisters – Sussex 

The seven sisters are a series of chalk cliffs overlooking the English Channel, enjoy scenic cliff sidewalks and a visit to The Birling Gap and beach is a must, with a café, shop and visitor centre. 
Enjoy the views from the top of the downs of Devils Dyke National Trust and learn the legend of the Devils Dyke. 
For some Family fun visit Fort Fun Theme Park, with lots to do inside and out, water park, sliders, bouncy pillows, face painting and so much more. 
Eastbourne Redoubt is a circular coastal defence fort, built in 1805 as part of the British anti invasion during the Napoleonic Wars, visitors can explore the fortress and discover the stories of the people who lived there throughout its 200 years of history.  

Halifax – Yorkshire 

A must when in Halifax is a visit to Piece Hall a Georgian wonder, built 1779 over two levels of arcades and Galleries around a gigantic central courtyard. It was a place for Handloom weavers to sell their cloth.  
Eureka! The National Trust Children’s Museum is a great family day out with more than 400 interactive exhibits in six different zones. Outside is the beach a huge sandpit and wonder walk sensory trail. 
The Calderdale Industrial Museum is a 19th century weaving mill first rate museum and is the last surviving example of its kind and is definitely worth a visit. 


Stratford-upon-Avon, the home of Shakespeare, explore the timbered home where he was born, and pay your respects at his final resting place in the Holy Trinity Church. 
A visit to The Royal Shakespeare Company is a must, based in Shakespeare’s hometown see one of the most famous theatre companies in the world. 
Enjoy Family fun a Warwick Castel, historical adventure for all ages, live shows and entertainment outdoor spaces and a recommend Dungeon experience and much more.  


Discover the delights of Ilfracombe seafront, Gift shops, cafes. Tearooms, restaurants, pubs and takeaways, everything you need for a proper British seaside holiday. 
Enjoy a coastal cruise to Lundy Island off the coast of south wales, fishing, sea life safaris and diving, all alongside the Quay.  
Kids will love the Ilfracombe Aquarium, Aquatic exhibitions, pier café with harbourside views and the funky fish gift shop, all weather family fun. 


A picturesque fishing village, uniquely special and once owned by the queen of England form Elizabethan days, clinging to the cliffs it has no vehicular traffic, just donkeys and sledges to get about its steep cobbled streets. The village has two museums, The Kinsley Museum and Fisherman’s Cottage. Boat trips are available to take you along the dramatic coastline. 
Why not visit Clovelly Court Gardens, a classic example of a Victorian walled garden, its tender exotic plans thrive in this sunny corner of north Devon. 
For family fun, the Milky Way Adventure Park is a safe day out as well as some much-needed fun, ride the Cosmic Typhoon Coaster, Dodgems, Donut slide, Maze and so much more. 

Durdle Door- Dorset 

Situated on the Jurassic coast, Durdle door has stunning beaches and rolling Dorset countryside. 
Lulworth coves pebbled beach and blue waters make it a popular destination hugely popular with walkers for its surrounding countryside and its south west coast path national trail. 
Visit Lulworth Castle and park, walk in the footsteps of kings and queens enjoy wide open spaces historic buildings and gardens. 
Bring a bit of History to life with a visit to The Tank Museum, with the world’s best collection of tanks and explosives. 


A visit to Tenby Harbour and beach is a must, enjoy a spot of fishing, take a boat trip or just simply relax and unwind on the beautiful beach and watch the world go by. Enjoy Tenby’s coastal walks with sunny views on Pembrokeshire coastal path. 
If you can tear yourself away from the Tenby coastline, Tenby Museum and Art Gallery and community museum relating to the culture and heritage of south Pembrokeshire. 
If you fancy something spooky take the Temby ghost walk, hear tales of the past in Tenby more mysterious corners from ghostly pirates, to witches and UFO’s. 
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