Join us on our first day trip of the year, as we journey down to the New Forest to enjoy the views rich in wildlife and new life, with bright and vibrant spring co lours coming out. The New Forest is a visual delight and you'll be able to enjoy from the comfort of your seat. On route home we will be stopping of a mid-afternoon carvery meal that will be included in the price.
Sitting Proudly within 1,000 acres of medieval deer park, The Knole offers something for everyone. Spend the day and take the panoramic views from the Gatehouse Tower, where you can also learn about the life and loves of a more recent resident Robert Sackville-West, 7th Baron Sackville. Wander through The Knole’s historic courtyards or explore the vast parkland. In the Conservation Studio you can see items from the Trust’s unique collection currently being worked on, learn more about the vital conservation work taking place behind the scenes.
Inc entrance and Sandwich meal
Maritime Greenwich, where East meets West at longitude 0°, has joined a unique club of the most important and natural places on earth, one of those special places which people are encouraged to visit and explore now and for generations to come. The ensemble of buildings at Greenwich and their landscape setting, including the Royal Park are the setting for a fusion of Royal, Maritime and Meridian history. With a central drop off, you’ll be a short walk from Greenwich Park, possibly the most famous of the Royal Parks, hosting the Prime Meridian Line, the Royal Observatory and also home to the National Maritime Museum and the Old Navy College. Greenwich it is also home to the legendary 19th-century and the world’s sole surviving tea clipper, the Cutty Sark. She was the fastest ship of her time and now sits proudly at the water’s edge near to the historic market, packed full of unique and distinctive arts and crafts, independent shops- means you are sure to find something different. If none of this takes your fancy, Greenwich is on the Dockland Light Railway and the Thames Clipper routes, giving you easy stress free ways to see the O2, Emirates Cable Car and many more places, all just a stop or two away.
Bletchley Park is a place of exceptional historical importance. It remains highly relevant to our lives today and for the future. It is the home of British codebreaking and a birthplace of modern information technology. It played a major role in World War Two, producing secret intelligence which had a direct and profound influence on the outcome of the conflict.
A chance to visit the famous Hampton Court Flower Show, set in Hampton Court Palace’s 60 acre garden, the flower show is a grand display of gardens and exhibits, exploring the skills and creativeness or gardeners and landscapes alike.
You’ll have the You'll have the day to explore the event at your leisure. The price includes return coach travel and entrance into the show. Seats sell quickly for this excursion so early booking is essential.
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