Majestic Travel Ltd.

Sunday 1st August

Scarborough is a resort town on England’s North Sea coast. Its 2 bays with sandy beaches are split by a headland bearing the 12th-century Scarborough Castle. The Victorian Central Tramway funicular train links the town centre with South Bay and its harbour. The Rotunda Museum explores local coastal geology. Scarborough SEA LIFE Sanctuary’s marine displays and the Peasholm Park Japanese gardens are behind North Bay

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Monday 2nd Blackpool

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Every ones favourite is open once again For centuries Blackpool has been Britain’s most popular seaside resort, packed with wall to wall family entertainment.

West End hits, sell-out concerts, ballet and operas, tributes to the stars, circus, illusion and cool, contemporary productions – Blackpool has them all. Add a splash of cabaret, a dash of cutting edge club culture and you’ve got a recipe for good fun.

Hit the seafront for rollercoasters and donkey rides on the beach, then head to the iconic Blackpool Tower for a dance in the opulent ballroom.

Be sure to climb the tower for excellent views.

Zoom down the slides at the Sandcastle water park, try rock climbing or have a go at ice skating. And if you fancy something a little more sedate, why not have a paddle in the sea?

Blackpool 2nd August
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Liverpool 2nd August

Liverpool where the River Mersey meets the Irish Sea. A key trade and migration port from the 18th to the early 20th centuries, it’s also, famously, the hometown of The Beatles. Ferries cruise the waterfront, where the iconic mercantile buildings known as the “Three Graces” – Royal Liver Building, Cunard Building and Port of Liverpool Building – stand on the Pier Head

Visit the Albert Docks, the famous sights, Shopping, and the many museums if restrictions allow

Liverpool 2nd August
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Weston Super Mare 3rd August

The Grand Pier is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the town. It houses funfair style attractions, a go-kart track, cafes, a fudge factory, and a host of arcade games, and underwent a £34 million re-development after a fire in 2008 destroyed the main pavilion. The new pier pavilion reopened on 23 October 2010.

Weston 3rd August
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British Ironwork Museum & Shrewsbury 4th August

Shrewsbury sits inside a loop of the River Severn, and its Tudor centre is lined with half-timbered houses. The medieval, red-brick Shrewsbury Castle houses the Shropshire Regimental Museum, where military artefacts include uniforms and weaponry. St Chad’s Church is defined by its unique circular nave, and St Mary’s Church has elaborate stained-glass windows.

Ironworks & Shrewsbury 4th August
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Torquay 4th August

Torquay is a seaside resort town on the English Channel in Devon, south west England. Known for beaches such as Babbacombe and cliffside Oddicombe, its coastline is nicknamed the English Riviera. Torquay Harbour near the town centre offers shops, cafes and a marina. Torre Abbey, a monastery founded in 1196, has art galleries and extensive gardens featuring plants from local writer Agatha Christie’s novels

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Oxford 5th August

Oxford, revolves around its prestigious university, established in the 12th century. The architecture of its 38 colleges in the city’s medieval center led poet Matthew Arnold to nickname it the ‘City of Dreaming Spires’. University College and Magdalen College are off the High Street, which runs from Carfax Tower (with city views) to the Botanic Garden on the River Cherwel

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Midweek Mystery Over 35s ONLY

Join us on our popular mystery tours, (no children allowed), nothing too strenuous we promise.

Midweek Mystery 5th August
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Cotswold Tour 6th August

The Cotswolds is an area in south-central, West Midlands and southwest England comprising the Cotswold Hills, a range of rolling hills that rise from the meadows of the upper Thames to an escarpment, known as the Cotswold Edge, above the Severn Valley and Evesham Vale.

The area is defined by the bedrock of Jurassic limestone that creates a type of grassland habitat rare in the UK and that is quarried for the golden-coloured Cotswold stone. It contains unique features derived from the use of this stone; the predominantly rural landscape contains stone-built villages, historical towns and stately homes and gardens.

Designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty the Cotswolds covers 787 square miles and, after the Lake District and Yorkshire Dales national parks, is the third largest protected landscape in England

Cotswold Tour 6th August
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Blackpool 6th August

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Every ones favourite is open once again For centuries Blackpool has been Britain’s most popular seaside resort, packed with wall to wall family entertainment.

West End hits, sell-out concerts, ballet and operas, tributes to the stars, circus, illusion and cool, contemporary productions – Blackpool has them all. Add a splash of cabaret, a dash of cutting edge club culture and you’ve got a recipe for good fun.

Hit the seafront for rollercoasters and donkey rides on the beach, then head to the iconic Blackpool Tower for a dance in the opulent ballroom.

Be sure to climb the tower for excellent views.

Zoom down the slides at the Sandcastle water park, try rock climbing or have a go at ice skating. And if you fancy something a little more sedate, why not have a paddle in the sea?

Blackpool 6th August
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Rhyl or Llandudno (TBC) 7th August

The main beach at Rhyl is a vast expanse of sand stretching for around 2 miles from the Clwyd Estuary to Splash Point. Rhyl beach becomes even more enormous as the tide goes out, sometimes requiring a walk of nearly half a mile to dip your toes in the sea.

Being a well established, traditional seaside resort there is a good range of activities on offer including that old favourite – donkey rides.

Rhyl

Rhyl 7th August
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Llandudno

Llandudno 7th August
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Chester or Chester Zoo (Coach Fare ONLY)

Chester

Chester founded as a Roman fortress in the 1st century A.D. It’s known for its extensive Roman walls made of local red sandstone. In the old city, the Rows is a shopping district distinguished by 2-level covered arcades and Tudor-style half-timber buildings. A Roman amphitheatre, with ongoing excavations, lies just outside the old city’s walls.

Chester 8th August
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Chester Zoo Coach Fare ONLY

Chester Zoo is a zoo at Upton-by-Chester, in Cheshire, England. Chester Zoo was opened in 1931 by George Mottershead and his family. It is one of the UK’s largest zoos at 51 hectares. The zoo has a total land holding of approximately 160 hectares.

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Trentham Gardens or Monkey Forest 8th (Coach Fare Only)

Trentham Gardens

Visit the award-winning Trentham Gardens, for shopping and eating out, peace and quiet, fun and action!

Indulge yourself at the newly expanded Trentham Shopping Village with shops, cafés, restaurants and the vast Trentham Garden Centre, it’s perfect for shopping.

Trentham Gardens
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Monkey Forest (Coach Fare ONLY)

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Monkey Forest (Coach Fare ONLY)
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Weston Super Mare 9th August

The Grand Pier is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the town. It houses funfair style attractions, a go-kart track, cafes, a fudge factory, and a host of arcade games, and underwent a £34 million re-development after a fire in 2008 destroyed the main pavilion. The new pier pavilion reopened on 23 October 2010.

Weston 9th August
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Lincoln 9th August

Lincoln is known for the medieval Lincoln Cathedral, with early printed books in a Wren-designed library. Lincoln Castle houses a Victorian prison and a copy of the Magna Carta. The Museum of Lincolnshire Life has social history exhibits in Victorian barracks. The Collection is a museum displaying local archaeology. Nearby, the Usher Gallery has works by Turner and Lowry

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Tenner Tuesday Stratford on Avon 10th August

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Welcome to our tenner Tuesday all seats for all ages are only £10.00 this trip is to Stratford.

Stratford-upon-Avon introduces you to a market town with more than 800 years of history, containing not only many buildings that survive today and would have been familiar to Shakespeare, but also a thriving community offering a wide variety of leisure, accommodation and shopping experiences.

Arrive Stratford appoximately 11.00 am Depart Stratford 4:00 pm

Tenner Tuesday Stratford 10th August
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Tenner Tuesday Worcester 10th August

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Welcome to our tenner Tuesday all seats for all ages are only £10.00 this trip is to Worcester by the River Severn, medieval Worcester Cathedral houses royal tombs, a crypt and cloisters. At The Commandery, a museum traces the building’s evolution from the Middle Ages through England’s Civil War to the 1950s. The timber-framed Tudor House Museum focuses on life in Tudor and 17th-century Worcester, with displays on traditional brewing and weaving.

Worcester is  by the River Severn, medieval Worcester Cathedral houses royal tombs, a crypt and cloisters. At The Commandery, a museum traces the building’s evolution from the Middle Ages through England’s Civil War to the 1950s. The timber-framed Tudor House Museum focuses on life in Tudor and 17th-century Worcester, with displays on traditional brewing and weaving.

Tenner Tuesday Worcester 10th August
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Southport 11th August

Boasting a beautiful and expansive coastline, Southport is surrounded by natural beauty, making it a great place to escape. Starting your journey along the coast, at Crosby beach you can experience the Anthony Gormley ‘Another Place’ art installation, 100 iron men standing proudly looking out to sea, which at various points throughout the day can be seen in very different ways, giving you a different experience every time.

Southport 11th August
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Bakewell & Matlock Bath 11 August

Matlock Bath is a village and civil parish in Derbyshire, England. It lies in the Peak District, south of Matlock on the main A6 road, and approximately halfway between Buxton and Derby. The population of the civil parish as of the 2011 census was 753

Bakewell & Matlock Bath 11th August
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Lytham St Annes & Blackpool 12 August

Lytham St Annes

Lytham St Annes is a seaside town in the Borough of Fylde in Lancashire, England. Lytham St Annes is located on the Fylde coast, directly south of Blackpool on the Ribble Estuary. The population at the 2011 census was 42,954. The town is almost contiguous with Blackpool but is separated from it by Blackpool Airport.

Lytham St Annes 12th August
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Blackpool

Every ones favourite is open once again For centuries Blackpool has been Britain’s most popular seaside resort, packed with wall to wall family entertainment.

West End hits, sell-out concerts, ballet and operas, tributes to the stars, circus, illusion and cool, contemporary productions – Blackpool has them all. Add a splash of cabaret, a dash of cutting edge club culture and you’ve got a recipe for good fun.

Hit the seafront for rollercoasters and donkey rides on the beach, then head to the iconic Blackpool Tower for a dance in the opulent ballroom.

Be sure to climb the tower for excellent views.

Zoom down the slides at the Sandcastle water park, try rock climbing or have a go at ice skating. And if you fancy something a little more sedate, why not have a paddle in the sea?

Blackpool 12th August
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Skegness 12th August

There are lots of wonderful things to do in Skegness, which might bring back memories of a sleepy seaside town you visited as a kid. All popular seaside resorts revolve around their beach and the Central Skegness Beach has family fun in spades. Go bowling, play video games, laser tag and enjoy an indoor play area on Skegness Pier and build sandcastles on the beach!

Nearby is Natureland Seal Sanctuary, which has penguins, an aquarium, a tropical house and a butterfly house as well as the friendly and playful resident seals.  The pets’ corner is ideal for smaller children who can get close to their favourite furry friends.

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Gloucester Quays 13th August

One of the most popular tourist destinations in the city, the Gloucester Quays – sometimes known as the Gloucester Quays Designer Outlet Centre – is a thriving entertainment hub. It includes a multi-screen cinema, bars and restaurants, as well as an outlet shopping centre, all just a short walk from the docks.

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Royal Armouries & Leeds 13th August

The Royal Armouries is the United Kingdom’s national collection of arms and armour. Originally an important part of England’s military organization, it became the United Kingdom’s oldest museum, originally housed in the Tower of London from the 15th century, and one of the oldest museums in the world.

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Blackpool August 14th (TBC)

Every ones favourite is open once again For centuries Blackpool has been Britain’s most popular seaside resort, packed with wall to wall family entertainment.

West End hits, sell-out concerts, ballet and operas, tributes to the stars, circus, illusion and cool, contemporary productions – Blackpool has them all. Add a splash of cabaret, a dash of cutting edge club culture and you’ve got a recipe for good fun.

Hit the seafront for rollercoasters and donkey rides on the beach, then head to the iconic Blackpool Tower for a dance in the opulent ballroom.

Be sure to climb the tower for excellent views.

Zoom down the slides at the Sandcastle water park, try rock climbing or have a go at ice skating. And if you fancy something a little more sedate, why not have a paddle in the sea?

Blackpool 14th August
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Barmouth 15th August

Barmouth is a seaside town and community in the county of Gwynedd, northwestern Wales, lying on the estuary of the Afon Mawddach and Cardigan Bay. Located in the historic county of Merionethshire, the Welsh form of the name is derived from aber and the river’s name, “Mawddach”.