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Ness, Cheshire
Originally created by Arthur Kilpin Bulley in 1898 and bequeathed to the University of Liverpool by his daughter Lois Agnes after his death in 1942, the garden showcases Bulley’s passion for new pl...
Leek, Staffordshire
This lake, situated between luscious green hillsides and fields, is a wonderful idyllic place to spend a relaxing few hours. But if you’re feeling a bit more energetic, you could take a walk around...
Wells, Somerset
Britain’s most spectacular caves and legendary home of the infamous Witch of Wookey. Wander through the prehistoric valley of the Dinosaurs featuring King Kong and relax in our magical fairy garden...
Comrie, Perthshire
Visit Auchingarrich Wildlife Centre and see the iconic highland cows and the hatchery, or pay an extra fee to visit the fishery. With other attractions such as pony rides (5 days a week during scho...
Milford, Staffordshire
The mysterious Shugborough Estate is the ancestral home of the Earls of Lichfield. With rumoured connections to the Holy Grail, the 364-hectare (900-acre) classical landscape is peppered with unusu...
Boston, Lincolnshire ST12
Visit the UK’s most unusual motor museum which has 50 amazing microcars. The collection is privately owned and includes some very rare vehicles. Buy a guide for £1.00 if you want to learn more abou...
Marwood, Devon
This magical garden with three lakes is spectacularly beautiful. Take a stroll around this marvellous 20-acre garden and be amazed with the impressive collection of flowers, shrubs and trees. No ma...
York
Learn about a year on a farm and see how a farmer changes his work patterns through the seasons, using extreme human effort and lots of machinery. It is a real eye-opener. You will also see many it...
Mansfield, Nottinghamshire
Learn interesting facts about the social and industrial history of Mansfield through fascinating artefacts and old photographs. You will also see a significant collection of 18th-century porcelain ...
Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire
Visit the world’s oldest model village, first opened in 1929, and discover a tiny world with six little towns that have been stuck in a 1930s time warp. Each town has its own quirky character and f...
Holyhead, Anglesey
Climb up 365 steep spiral steps to the top of this spectacular 27-metre lighthouse. Admire the spectacular sea view and imagine how many ships had been warned of the dangerous rocks below. You can ...
York
Witness sea monsters, two-metre tall birds, Viking and Roman treasures and walk on authentic Roman mosaic flooring. See Iron Age and Gothic gold jewellery, and many other fascinating artefacts span...
Ripon
Experience the grim atmosphere of this museum that has been deliberately set out so visitors can get a sense of what life was really like in this Victorian workhouse. Start in the waiting room wher...
Ripon
Walk into this 17th-century building and be greeted by a stern-looking policeman dressed in a closed-neck tunic. You will immediately sense how the atmosphere was back then. Head to the first floor...
Filey
Feed friendly giant rabbits, miniature Shetland ponies, greedy goats and meet Jake and Zac, two very inquisitive donkeys. Learn about the smallest breed of sheep in the world, talk to spotty Kune K...
Ripon, Yorkshire
Walk around this elegant Georgian building that was once the Magistrate’s Court and learn what happened in a courtyard in the 1800s. Be amazed as you learn about men and women who were fined and s...
Harrogate, North Yorkshire
Admire weird and wonderful rock formations at nature’s natural sculpture park. You will be amazed how some of the rocks can balance on top of each other like they do. Look out for the Idol Rock t...
Kirkstall, Leeds
Dress up in Victorian clothes and take a trip back in time as you stroll along recreated Victorian streets with quirky shops, a traditional public house, a school room and an undertakers. Children ...
Surron cum Duckmanton, Derbyshire
The shell of this once grandiose Georgian mansion definitely gives you an insight into how some of the rich lived back in the early eighteenth century. As you walk around the skeleton of the buildi...
Styal, Cheshire
This mill has been superbly restored by the National Trust and boasts a large estate, which was built in 1784 by the mill’s original owner, Samuel Gregg. Discover the gripping story of the mill wor...
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