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The Roman Baths, Bath
Enjoy outdoor illuminations, a Christmas-themed family trail and Father & Mother Christmas at Bishops Palace this December! Discover themed decorations throughout the Palace from medieval through to Victorian, visit Bishop’s Ken’s Christmas Feasting Table and see the Eco Christmas art exhibition created by children from local schools. There will be special late openings until 6:30pm … Read MoreRead More
Discover the magic of the Castle and grounds dazzling with illuminations and populated with characters from The Nutcracker. Lovely music will help transport you to this wonderland of light complete with sparkling water features and a flickering field of fire, while hot chocolate, mulled wine and tasty food will warm you from the inside. BOOK … Read MoreRead More
There’s plenty of fun to have at Cattle Country this month! Say hello to Father Christmas and his elves, grab a selfie in his sleigh and collect your Christmas Eve kit from the elves. The kids can also take the opportunity to write their Christmas list and post it off to the North Pole and … Read MoreRead More
Brighten up your winter with this dazzling outdoor illuminations trail at the Three Counties Showground near Malvern. Grab those warm gloves and enjoy a magical journey as you discover dramatic these light installations, inspired by the area’s natural landscape, history and heritage. A range of seasonal food and drink vendors will be on hand to add … Read MoreRead More
Tweedy brings all the laughs for an unmissable socially distanced panto at Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham. The team behind the Everyman’s annual family friendly favourite have created an all new, reduced capacity, socially distanced show to bring the panto cheer. Packed with Tweedy’s hilarious hi-jinks and returning favourites Kane Verrall (Dandini) and Kevin Brewis (Ugly Sister) … Read MoreRead More
Discover motion-detected splashes of colour and soft light and sound at Longleat, this winter! This brand new festive event offers seven unique zones with a myriad of magical light installations. Choose between an evening only visit or combine it with a day ticket and visit the park too for a full day of fun! … Read MoreRead More
Based on Ruby Wax’s bestselling book, ‘How To Be Human’, this witty and insightful show answers every question you’ve ever had about evolution, thoughts, emotions, the body, addictions, relationships, sex, kids, the future and compassion. Streamed live online and followed by a live Q&A with Ruby herself. Book tickets from Monmouth Savoy Theatre >Read More
King Henry VIII and his 2 beheaded wives await you at Berkeley Castle this half-term! If that’s not ghoulish enough then terrible tales, gruesome gags and scary stories are bound to give you the goose bumps. Dodge Jobbie the Goaler or you’ll end up in the dungeon, and discover Tudor cures for your pesky persistent … Read MoreRead More
Join Stuart Line Cruises for a 2.5hr tour to see the impressive cruise ship(s) anchored in the bay. This is a unique opportunity to see these spectacular giant cruise ships set against the beautiful South Devon coastline. Departs Exmouth harbour: 2nd October at 5pm & 4th October at 4pm. Book your tickets here >Read More
While the popular Ross Walking festival may have been cancelled this year, there are plenty of opportunities to explore Ross and its surrounding area on foot with a self guided walk. The festival organisers have kindly shared some fantastic routes to suit most abilities, including an easy 4.5 mile buggy-friendly route and a 6.8 mile … Read MoreRead More
Discover the unique history and heritage of the Forest of Dean on a great family day out at Dean Heritage Centre. As well as the fascinating and fully interactive museum, and the coffee shop serving delicious refreshments, enjoy the Gruffalo woodland trail which guides you round five acres of stunning scenery. The Dean Heritage Centre … Read MoreRead More
Hidden nature, secret spaces and more great places await you during the Cheltenham Heritage Days, part of England’s largest festival of history and culture! It’s a fantastic opportunity to discover hidden places and enjoy new experiences. All of the venues are free to explore and provide a wonderful opportunity to learn more about Cheltenham. Find … Read MoreRead More