Trips Type 
 Castles & Gardens 
 Concerts & Shows 
 For the Kids! 
 Scenic Days 
 Seaside Specials 
 Shopping & Markets 
 Special Events 
 
 


   
Bury & East Lancashire Railway 
 

We begin the day in Bury visiting on market day. After some leisure time we head to Bury Railway Station to board the East Lancashire Railway to Rawtenstall.

 

 
 


   
Buxton & Cream Tea Cruise  
 

Take a scenic journey through Derbyshire to the spa town of Buxton. Here you will have some time at leisure before heading to Whaley Bridge for a relaxing 2 hour cruise. Sit back and admire the scenery as we travel along the Upper Peak Forest Canal whilst enjoying an afternoon tea with sandwiches, scones and tea/coffee.

Adult £35

Senior £35

Child £35

 
 


   
Buxton & Cruise with Festive Lunch 
 

On this wonderful day-trip to the heart of the Peak District, you’ll be able to explore a truly surprising town, before heading off on a river-cruise with a delicious festive lunch.

Buxton is a charming town, which had been attracting visitors since the 14th century! The magnificent Georgian and Victorian architecture is testament to the town’s heritage as a Spa town, noted for its clear spring water. The gorgeous Crescent, which houses the Natural Baths, and is located on the site of the original Roman Baths, was built in 1780, and is an elegant remnant of a time when ‘taking the waters’ was popular among the wealthy. Somewhat surprisingly, Buxton also has a connection to a doomed Royal figure – Mary Queen of Scots stayed at the Old Hall Hotel in 1573, when she was being held captive on the orders of Queen Elizabeth I. There’s so much more to Buxton than meets the eye, and you’re sure to have a wonderful time exploring before you head to Whaley Bridge, where you’ll board the Judith Mary and be able to relax on a 2-hour cruise, enjoying the wonderful scenery while indulging in a delicious hot roast turkey sandwiches served with roast potatoes, pigs in blankets, stuffing and jugs of gravy followed by mince pies and cream.

 

 
 


   
Harrogate 
 

Harrogate Set in the heart of Yorkshire, the Harrogate District is one of the most spectacular areas of England with attractive towns and villages, imposing historic houses, castles, abbeys, beautiful countryside and a host of other natural and man-made attractions. Expect exquisite gardens, beautiful parks, handsome tree-lined boulevards and a chance to lose yourself in the vibrant charm and elegance of this North Yorkshire destination.

 

 
 


   
Keighley & Worth Valley Railway 
 

Keighley and Worth Valley Railway provides an excellent opportunity to step back in time and enjoy a train ride with the kids through the heart of Bronte country.

The railway was originally built to serve the local mill trade, and is only about 4.5 miles long, but it still has 6 stations to visit, with something to see at every one! There are 2 fantastic railway museums at Ingrow, the smallest 'full size' railway station in the UK at Damens, and Oakworth station is the site of the 1970s version of the film The Railway Children.

 
 


   
Lincoln & Canal Cruise 
 

We begin the day with time at leisure in Lincoln. The city offers an experience rich in history combined with independent boutique shopping, great arts and culture and a wealth of places to eat and drink. In the afternoon sit back, relax and enjoy the sights of Lincoln and the countryside from a different perspective aboard a 50 - 60 minute guided canal trip with a very entertaining commentary about Lincoln's past and present.

Adult £21

OAP £21

Child £18

 
 


   
Matlock 
 

Matlock, the county town of Derbyshire, is a former spa town situated at a sharp bend in the River Derwent, where it turns south to carve its way through the ridge of limestone which bars its route towards Derby. The modern town is divided neatly into two: the main town radiating out from the river crossing opposite the railway station and Matlock Bath spread out along the gorge to the south. Whereas Matlock itself seems solid and Victorian with neat stone houses going in rows up the hill, the Bath has a more frivolous air. Overlooking it all is the gigantic folly that is Riber Castle, built in the 1860s by the same John Smedley who constructed the Hydro.

£16

 
 


   
Mystery Day Excursion 
 

North, East, South or west? Seaside, market town or country drive? let us choose your destination. Your destination will remain a surprise, but we are sure that you will have an enjoyable day out at a mystery location. 

 
 


   
Skipton & Canal Cruise 
 

As the gateway to the magnificent Yorkshire Dales, people travel the length and breadth of the country to visit this charming market town. With its famous 900 year old castle, romantic ruined priory and historic cobbled High Street, Skipton is endlessly rich both in history and outstanding natural beauty.

 
 


   
Yorkshire Lavender & York 
 

This award-winning Lavender Farm and Gardens is set in the Howardian Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Visit the gardens, Deer Park, Sculpture Park, Hillside Snakes and Ladders, Specialist Plant Nursery, Gift Shop and Tearoom, where you can indulge in a delicious homemade lavender scone. In the afternoon we enjoy some free time in York.

 
 
 
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