Majestic Travel Ltd.

Important!

Online Booking Information regarding Pick-up Times:

Customers will be contacted to confirm their online booking by a member of our team via email.
You will then be issued with a Boarding Ticket by post or email containing the confirmed information for your chosen excursion.
The pick-up time will be confirmed for your desired pick-up location 48 hours prior to the date of travel.

Saturday 28th Blackpool

Join us in Blackpool, hit the beach, ride the attractions on the pier, there are three to choose from, South, North & Central, horse & carriage rides, amusement arcades & more.

Buckets n spades, candy floss, sugar dummies, and sticks of rock, don’t forget to purchase an all-time favourite souvenir tea towel.

Lots of places to visit including Blackpool Tower, Blackpool Zoo, Blackpool Model Village & Gardens, Sealife Centre, Pleasure Beach, Water Park, Madame Tussauds, Clip & Climb, Tower Dungeon, Heritage Tram Tours, and not forgetting the new Peter Rabbit, all require pre-booked entry and are not included in this price.

Saturday 28th Blackpool
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Saturday 28th Ironbridge WWII Weekend

Join us in Ironbridge with a trip back to the 1940s on one of the country’s biggest and most loved WW2 weekends in the stunning Ironbridge Gorge.

The historic Ironbridge Gorge, proudly supporting military charities by staging a World War 2 re-enactment event. Recreating the experience of life during WW2 on both the home front and in occupied Europe with civilian, Allied, and Axis re-enactors.

The weekend, which started as a small gathering in a pub beer garden, has grown into a showpiece attraction that sees thousands descend on Ironbridge in historic regalia.

You will also find dramatic views over the gorge and mighty River Severn. Wander around this old town, grab a snack, a drink, and a sit down. Enjoy the industrial heritage, visit a museum and take a walk through the woods and along the river. Ironbridge is the birthplace of the industrial revolution and one of Britain’s historic jewels.

Saturday 28th Ironbridge WWII Weekend
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Sunday 29th Macclesfield Treacle Market

Join us in Macclesfield for their monthly Treacle Market.  Macclesfield is known as Treacle town, referring to the centuries-old accident when a horse-drawn wagon overturned, spilling its cargo of Treacle onto the cobbles. The Treacle Market is a chance to find gorgeous things on Macclesfield’s streets once again – Just less sticky.

The market started in 2010 and each month sees the handsome cobbled Marketplace, Old Butter Market, St Michael’s churchyard, and surrounding streets filled with visitors and over 160 stalls of unique crafts, exceptional lovingly produced food & drink & vintage finds. Many local shops, galleries & cafes are open on the day also.

Macclesfield is bursting with things to see and do! Here you will find stately homes and historic houses, canal boats for hire, glorious gardens, quaint little churches, and interesting museums and galleries.

Visit the Silk Museum and Paradise Mill, West Park, and West Park Museum, 108 Steps, the Heritage Centre, shopping, and more.

Sunday 29th Macclesfield Treacle Market
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Monday 30th Ross on Wye & Hereford

Join us in Ross on Wye, 250 years of tourism. William Gilpin may not be a household name, but his legacy has led to one of the biggest industries in Britain. It was 250 years ago in 1770 that he took the first step by organising boat trips along the River Wye. The Wye Valley is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, much as it was 250 years ago.

Ross is located midway between the cities of Hereford and Gloucester and is known as the “Gateway to the Wye Valley.” Much of the town is designated a conservation area and at its heart is the historic Market House, a listed Ancient Monument, built of the Old Red Sandstone and housing an art and craft gallery and one of the town’s two Tourist Information sites. Ross is well known for its many excellent independent and specialist shops, galleries, restaurants, cafes, and hotels. There is also a Vintage Shopping Trail.

Then we’re off to Hereford. Off the beaten track, under the radar, a hidden gem… the chances are you haven’t yet stumbled upon Herefordshire. Hereford is the Cathedral City with the relaxed atmosphere of a country market town. Its origin dates back to Saxon times and today visitors delight in the harmony of a rich heritage.

The award-winning Mappa Mundi centre houses the world-famous map itself plus the two most extensive Chained Libraries in existence. Hereford is a city of fascinating museums- Hereford Museum Old House Museum and Art Gallery, The Old House is an impressive museum in the centre of Hereford and the Cider museum’s exhibits are gigantic with tastings on offer to excite the palate.

Here’s a list of things to see, Hereford Cathedral. The Black and White House Museum. Monkland Cheese Dairy. Kenchester Water Gardens. Hereford Bull Statue. Monuments & Statues. Hereford Butter market. Flea & Street Markets. St Peters Church Hereford. Churches & Cathedrals. Lord Nelson Antiques Centre. Antique Shops.

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Tuesday 31st The Historic City Of Bath

Join us in Bath, an elegant city full of traditional heritage, contemporary culture, green spaces, and a few surprises.

Built for pleasure and relaxation, beautiful Bath has been a well-being destination since Roman times. The waters are still a big draw, both at the ancient Roman Baths and the thoroughly modern Thermae Bath Spa, which houses the only natural thermal hot springs in Britain you can bathe in.

Historic. Beautiful. Vibrant. The World Heritage city of Bath uniquely represents two thousand years of history. Bath Abbey has evolved over centuries and is a place of calm and exploration adjacent to the bustle and excitement of Bath’s shopping streets, restaurants, public houses, theatres, and performance venues.

It is perhaps Georgian architecture that steals the show at street level. The world-famous Royal Crescent breathes Regency life, as does the pristine circular Circus. Bath’s Museums and galleries help to capture the lives of those that were here before us. The Jane Austen Centre illustrates the famous author’s links with Bath.

A journey across the River Avon by way of the exquisite Pulteney Bridge and formal Great Pulteney Street that brings echoes of Bridgerton leads to the Holburne Museum. Visit the Victoria Art Gallery and the Fashion Museum home to one of the world’s leading collections of historic and fashionable dress.

Bath is very much a living city, full of chatter and activity from its community and visitors.

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