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The Roman Baths, Bath
The Malverns are a uniquely beautiful place to visit. Discover stunning landscape in this AONB, explore beautiful towns and thriving villages. And enjoy historic venues, museums and renowned gardens. Not to mention the fabulous food, drink and accommodation. There’s truly something for everyone! Plan your visit visitthemalverns.orgRead More
From remote, rolling downland to picture postcard villages the North Wessex Downs are truly special. And don’t miss the North Wessex Downs Walking Festival, 11 – 26 June, which celebrates the 50th Anniversary of this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Plan your visit and book your place on the walking festival here: northwessexdowns.org.ukRead More
Don’t miss this West End & Broadway hit based on the iconic movie starring Jack Black. Wannabe rock star Dewey Finn is cast out by his dive‐bar bandmates and finds himself in desperate need of money. Posing as a substitute music teacher at an elite prep school, he exposes his students to the rock gods … Read MoreRead More
Bristol’s international theatre festival with a uniquely local flavour is back! Unfolding across the city, Mayfest presents a genre-defying programme of live performance to fill our hearts and nourish our senses. Productions include Brook Tate’s Birthmarked, taking place in the main house at Bristol Old Vic, and Raquel Meseguer Zafe’s A Crash Course in Cloudspotting, … Read MoreRead More
Experience top class performers from all over the world at this fabulous music festival in the beautiful Cotswolds. The festival, which takes place over three summer evenings, opens with two giants of the classical music scene with City of Birmingham organist, Thomas Trotter (winner of the Queen’s Medal for Music in 2020), joined by renowned … Read MoreRead More
Walk amongst life-size animal sculptures made from flowers, grasses and plants at Sudeley Castle! The Sculpture Safari celebrates creatures great and small and spreads both a universal and local message of peaceful coexistence with nature. Follow the trail to discover a pair of rhino nibbling the lawn, kangaroos hiding in ancient yew hedges, and orangutans … Read MoreRead More
Join in the celebrations of 150 years of ‘Around the World in 80 Days’ with a fantastic day out at Eastnor Castle in Herefordshire. Find clues around the castle and grounds and hand in your entry for a chocolate Malteaster Bunny treat at the end. You’ll also be entered into the prize draw for the … Read MoreRead More
Enjoy a wonderful day out at Blenheim Palace this Easter. There are lots of fun activities in store, like an Easter egg hunt, circus skills and chocolate workshops. There will also be balloon modelling, bubble performances, Punch and Judy, bungee trampolines and special appearances from the Easter Bunny throughout the weekend! Plan your visit to … Read MoreRead More
Enjoy the thrill of living history at this fascinating, family-friendly castle. The action-packed programme for the bank holiday Easter weekend includes period music and have-a-go dancing, arena display with Cannon, Infantry and Cavalry, and a Weapons of the Civil War talk. And of course there is the stunning Castle and beautiful grounds to explore. Plan … Read MoreRead More
Hunt for clues and challenges and enjoy chocolate and traditional games at Stonehenge this Easter. Get involved with egg rolling and the fun egg and spoon race. Track down the Easter eggs and you’ll be rewarded with a chocolate treat and an adventurer’s certificate. It’s the perfect way to get out and about in history! … Read MoreRead More
Experience remarkable vehicles and meet colourful characters at Beaulieu this Easter. There’s so much going on, from motoring parades to phantasmagorical machines like the Chitty Chitty Bang Bang reconstruction to the Bond in Motion – No Time to Die – Exhibition. On Easter weekend you can also enjoy Easter craft activities, see the Easter Bunny … Read MoreRead More
From family attractions to arts and craft activities, theatre, music, food and drink, there’s so much to discover in Devon. And planning your day out couldn’t be easier. Devon’s Top Attractions website is packed with ideas on where to go and what to do, whatever your age or taste. Find inspiration for great experiences in … Read MoreRead More