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The Randox Grand National 2024 promises incredible feats of sporting grit and determination.
Celebrate Mother's Day with Old MacDonald's Farm!
Treat Mum to the Mother of all gifts this Mother's Day; a wonderful paddle to the pub on the Beaulieu River with New Forest Activities.
After mesmerising audiences across five continents with over 700 shows, Tap Factory is thrilled to make its return to the UK with its 10th Anniversary Tour!
Join Nidhoggr Mead Co as they present an evening of mead cocktails and sagas.
Limited Availability!
Brazil's finest dance company make their highly anticipated UK and Irish debut in spring 2024.
The 4th Nottingham Wine Festival is a celebration of all that is great and good in the Nottinghamshire drinks scene. A festival of independent wine merchants, retailers and more, showcasing the finest of their wares for you to enjoy.
With shows on now and upcoming, don't miss out on the chance to experience the magic at Bradford Theatre. They are jam packed with West End shows, musicals, ballet, opera, and comedy acts, performed by some of the best performers from around the world.
The Heights of Abraham, Derbyshire’s oldest visitor attraction, has announced that 2024 will be “A year of Light and Colour” as the destination celebrates 40 years of cable car flights and 50 years since the current owners took over the stewardship of the hilltop estate
During the February Half Term, Colchester Zoo will honour the Zooper Heroes and their crucial role in the well-being of the zoo’s animals on-site and preserving species in their natural habitats!
Show mum you care by celebrating at Hever Castle & Gardens this Mother’s Day.
Make some special family memories this spring with an egg-cellent Dinosaur themed trail, craft activity and sand dig at Hever Castle.
School children are being invited to create a sustainable sculpture with a historical theme as part of a new Eco Week event at Hever Castle.
Bring all the family for a magical evening at RHS Garden Harlow Carr. See the garden in breathtaking beauty as amazing illuminations light your way on their spectacular Glow trail.
The Christmas Tree Festival runs from 3rd December 2022 to 5th January 2023, with 60 trees on display in the stunning Nave, Chapter House and Lady Chapel. Explore the trees, which will be decorated to individual themes by local businesses, schools and charities, before adding your own Christmas message to a tag on the festival’s prayer trees.
Each demo lasts approx. 10-15 minutes, plus time for visitors to handle objects, ask questions and meet our live interpreters. There is no need to book tickets and all their demos and shows are free. Find out the time and location of their daily combat demos when you arrive at the museum. Seating is available and is on a first-come, first-served basis, please arrive in plenty of time to see the daily combat demos.
Always Been Here pieces together the voices and artefacts of Scarborough’s queer heritage at Scarborough Art Gallery this Autumn. Through a process of collaborative engagement with local queer people, the exhibition brings together unique perspectives on works from the Scarborough Museums and Galleries permanent collection, presenting them alongside objects of personal significance to the local queer community for the first time. In doing so, the exhibition continues to ask important questions about how our collection ties us to Scarborough and what hidden histories can be collectively discovered.
Discover the world of the freeminers through powerful photography by Nick Hodgson, on display in their café and entrance ramp area (The Hub). The exhibition tells the story of some of the mines still working today in the Forest of Dean (Gloucestershire), by a small freemining community mining coal for sale mainly to the local population. They are very proud of their heritage and long link back to when free mining rights were granted by Edward III.
This Christmas, get lost on a magical adventure in Neverland as you're invited to a Christmas experience like no other. Fly into the adventure of a lifetime bursting with fairies, mermaids, and pirates. Vast ships will cruise into their great galleries, Lost Boy-laughter will echo through the halls, and their beautiful rooms will transform into tropical lagoons. Follow the boy that never grew up into a fantastical festive world that will re-ignite your belief in fairies and leave your heart full.


Carriageworks Theatre is a place where old meets new.
Home to iconic locomotives and an unrivalled collection of engineering brilliance, they celebrate the past, present and future of innovation on the railways.
South Asian Arts-uk (SAA-uk) is the centre of excellence in Indian classical music and dance.
Building Better Lives Through Heritage
Welcome to the national museum of arms and armour. Visit for free in Leeds, West Yorkshire.
The Theatre Royal Wakefield not only serves as a hub for live performances, including plays, musicals, and dance productions, but also plays a crucial role in fostering artistic expression and community engagement.
Experience the sights, sounds & smells of life on the Home Front & the Front Line.
Sledemere House & Gardens is a beautiful stately home full of history and charm. Stunning Walled Garden, Beautiful Grounds, Adventure Play Area, Rare Breed Farm Park, Historic Stable Block, Special Events, Wagoners Museum and more!
UK World Heritage Sites vary considerably in their makeup. In Bath, World Heritage is principally co-ordinated by Bath & North East Somerset Council.
A unique opportunity to watch and enjoy true iconic global artiste. If the 70’s is the era you love to listen to, then this show on Sunday 1st October at 7.30pm is the show for you!
Old MacDonald's Farm is more than just a farm – it's a treasure trove of family-friendly experiences that promises a day filled with laughter, learning, and lots of fun. As you step into this charming haven, you're greeted by the sounds of farm animals, the delightful aroma of freshly baked goods, and an atmosphere of pure excitement.
In 2019, Leonardslee Lakes & Gardens opened its doors after a closure of 10 years, this magnificent Grade I listed garden was nearly lost forever and has been the subject of the largest garden restoration in England and possibly Europe. These spectacular and ancient gardens are now open for the public to enjoy once again. Many people in the local area have fond memories of their visits and life around these gardens, and we aim to protect this magnificent heritage so that future generations get to enjoy these beautiful green spaces and flora and fauna within. “The finest woodland gardens in England”
It’s what we’ve all been waiting for… BeWILDerwood Norfolk are hosting a brand-new Christmas event and it’s set to be the most wholesome event of the year. BeWILDerwood Presents Christmas - A Sparkly Light & Panto Trail runs on selected dates from the 2 nd to the 23 rd December and tickets are now available to purchase online.
Nestling in a magical circle of hills in the Welsh Marches and housed in 19th century former granaries, Aardvark Books is an Aladdin’s cave of new, second-hand and rare books, CD’s, maps, musical scores, DVD’s, greetings cards, gifts and much more.
Discover Lotherton and explore the Edwardian hall filled with hidden treasures, encounter animals from across the globe at our conservation zoo, Wildlife World, and stroll through the beautiful grounds and gardens.
Opened in 1869 by the Midland Railway as a through-route between Birmingham and the South Coast the line was later linked to the iconic Somerset & Dorset Railway.
Offering hands on chocolate workshops, in person, online, or a delicious selection of handmade chocolate treats to purchase from our online shop.
Go and see Bristol Blue Glass and be part of the magic.