Beamish / The North of England Open Air Museum

Beamish - Happy Days Out in History Beamish is unique. Set in 300 acres of beautiful County Durham countryside, it's no ordinary museum but a living, working experience of life as it was in North East England in the early 1800s and early 1900s. Take a tram ride into the past to see what life was really like - go underground at a real 'drift' mine', meet the traditional breeds of animals at Home Farm, sample the treats in the Jubilee Sweetshop, take a ride on the unique steam train and much more besides. Two new exhibits opened recently at ..More

Blaenavon Industrial Landscape World Heritage Site

Blaenavon Industrial Landscape World Heritage Site Lying in the heart of South Wales, partly within the Brecon Beacons National Park Blaenavon Industrial Landscape is a testament to the human endeavour of miners and ironworkers of the past. The town and Industrial Landscape were awarded World Heritage Site Status by UNESCO in 2000 for the leading role played by the area in the Industrial Revolution during the 19th Century. At Blaenavon you will find a great choice of site and a wealth of stories. Closely situated to the M4 and A465, the area is ideally situated for day trips. Blaenavon Town ..More

Discovering Distilleries

Diageo's Discovering Distilleries offer the opportunity to visit 12 working distilleries spread throughout the key whisky distilling regions of Scotland. We offer a tour of discovery and whisky tasting at 12 of Diageo's single malt whisky distilleries. A visit to one or more will explain how each unique malt whisky is crafted. As well as the tour, we also have excellent gift shops offering not only a wide selection of whiskies but whisky related goods. We do our best to accommodate groups at short notice, however, it is recommended that you book in advance. For specialist groups, visits, we can ..More

Glenmorangie Distillery

Since 1843, Glenmorangie distillery has been producing its famous malt here on the shores of the Dornoch Firth. Though the complex of buildings has seen many changes over the years, Glenmorangie is still handcrafted to this day by the Sixteen Men of Tain using tried and tested methods that have been passed down from generation to generation. Each year, we're lucky to welcome visitors from all over the world who come to discover how their favourite malt whisky is made and meet the people who share their passion for Glenmorangie and live and breathe it every working day. We realise ..More

Heritage Island

Heritage Island, Ireland's leading visitor attraction marketing group recently launched its Group Organisers and Tour Operators Manual for 2008. The manual offers tour operators, wholesalers and group organiser's detailed information on over 90 visitor attractions ranging from museums, galleries, historic houses to interpretative centres and heritage towns throughout the island of Ireland. The manual details centre description, opening hours, length of visit and much more. Highlighting Heritage Island's contribution to the marketing of Ireland's visitor attractions, and free marketing service to the travel trade, the Tour Operators Manual is an invaluable aid for group organisers and tour operators when planning ..More

Heritage Railway Association

The Heritage Railway association is the trade association representing the heritage and tourist railways in Great Britain and Ireland. Most of the major railway museum and steam centres are also members. One of the important activities of the Association is the promotion of member railways to the various sections of the travel trade ,including coach operators and group travel organisers. Promotional material includes the annual publication of a Travel Trade Manual and a national timetable for heritage railways. The association also publishes A "Guide to Steam and Tourist Railways in Great Britain and Ireland". This gives the location and contact ..More

Heritage Railway Association

The Heritage Railway Association is the trade association for the heritage and tourist railways in the UK and Ireland. We represent over 100 railways in the Uk. An important part of the activities of the Association to the travel trade of those railways who welcome groups from coach and tour operators and group travel organisers. As part of this promotional activity we publish a "Guide to Steam and Tourist Railways" and an annual Travel Trade Manual which provides relevant information for over 40 railways. There is a heritage railway within easy reach of most parts of the UK and a ..More

Lulworth Castle & Park

Lulworth Castle & Park is situated on the B3070 between Wool and Wareham just 2 miles from Lulworth Cove and the World Heritage Jurassic Coast. Follow the brown signs from the A352. This wonderful 17th century Castle set in extensive parkland has been in the same family for over 365 years. Here you can walk in the footsteps of Kings and Queens, explore the grounds and enjoy the stunning views across the World Heritage Jurassic Coast from the Castle Tower and Castle lawn. Following a devastating fire in 1929, the castle exterior has been restored to its former glory whilst ..More

Wedgwood Visitor Centre & Museum

Wedgwood, Britain's leading ceramic maker to open innovative new Visitor Experience in 2015 Wedgwood in Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire, has been welcoming visitors to its premises for over 250 years, first in Etruria and, since the 1940s, at its garden factory, the Wedgwood Estate, in Barlaston, five miles south of the historic Potteries conurbation in Staffordshire. To ensure that Britain's première ceramic manufacturer is fit for the 21st century, a £34 million development programme is now underway at the Wedgwood Estate. Opening in 2015, the inspirational new complex will combine a modern factory tour, the award winning Museum, a state ..More

Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum

Visit Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum and embark on a stunning multi-dimensional tour of the traditions, triumphs, sights and sounds that have made Wimbledon the most coveted title in tennis. Visitors explore the game's evolution from a garden party pastime to a multi-million dollar professional sport played world-wide: with interactives, touch screens, and audio guides, people of all ages can experience the artistry and athleticism of modern tennis. Highlights include: • The Championship Trophies • A "ghost" of John McEnroe which speaks about the game and his well-known opponents in the very dressing room he once used! • 200° Cinema capturing ..More