There’s plenty to do and see in the city of Liverpool – but it’s also a great base for looking further afield.
Blackpool Central Pier
Blackpool Central Pier is the 2nd of Blackpool’s 3 piers to be built. With a wide range of attractions, fairground rides, amusements, shows and shopping, Central Pier is at the heart of the Blackpool coastline.
Blackpool Pleasure Beach
Blackpool Pleasure Beach offers outstanding thrills and spills. It’s an amusement park with a difference, with some of the biggest theme park rides, discount theme park tickets, and it’s one of the best parks for deals.
Built in 1894, The Blackpool Tower has become one of Britain’s best loved landmarks. Today the tower hosts five of Blackpool’s premier attractions, visit them all for the perfect family fun packed day out!
Chester Boat Tours
Chester Boat Tours guarantee a smoothly organised event to remember. They operate a range of different cruises to suit a variety of tastes; check the different types for details on operating dates, times and prices.
Chester City Walls
Follow in the footsteps of the Roman soldier patrols and medieval archers. Enjoy a unique perspective of Chester with panoramic views on both sides as you explore the most complete circuit of city walls in the country.
Chester is the oldest racecourse in the UK and possibly the world, the first recorded race was held on 9th February 1539. Pop fans can also look forward to the Chester Rocks music festival which is held here annually.
Chester Zoo is the UK’s number one zoo, with over 11,000 animals and 400 different species, including some of the most endangered species on the planet! The zoo is an all-year round favourite attraction for all ages.
From ski and snowboard lessons for all levels, ages and ability, to magical snow activities, including the luge ice slide, tubing, snowplay and a 12m climbing wall, Chill Factore has everything for a great day out.
Chirk Castle is a 700 year old marcher fortress, which commands fine views over the surrounding countryside. In 1595 in the castle was sold to Sir Thomas Myddelton and his descendants still live in part of the castle today.
Conwy Castle was built for Edward I, it is amongst the finest surviving medieval fortifications in Britain. You can’t fault it, from the grandeur of its high towers and curtain walls to its excellent state of preservation.
Crosby Lakeside Adventure Centre
Crosby Lakeside Adventure Centre is fully equipped to accommodate people with a range of needs both on and off the water. It also offers a range of exciting water sports as well as a stunning bar and bistro.
Forest of Bowland
The Forest of Bowland is an area of outstanding natural beauty that offers plenty of opportunity for quiet enjoyment such as cycling, fishing and some of the most remote and rugged walking in the North West.
Lake Windermere Cruises
Lake Windermere Cruises offer cruises from 45 minutes to 3 hours on England’s largest lake in the Lake District. Offering travellers magnificent views of mountain scenery, secluded bays and the many wooded islands.
Legoland Discovery Centre
Step inside Legoland Discovery Centre and it’s like you have just jumped into the biggest box of lego brick ever! It’s an attraction aimed at kids aged 3–10, including 4D cinema, Lego models of local landmarks and rides.
Little Moreton Hall
Little Moreton Hall was built to make a big impression – come and explore a genuine taste of life in the 1500s and a seriously wonky building! Free guided tours, daily activities, family trails, Tudor celebrations and gift shop.
Ludlow Castle is one of the finest of the medieval ruined castles, it is set in the glorious Shropshire countryside. The castle is situated in the heart of the superb, bustling black & white market town of Ludlow.
National Waterways Museum
Set in a glorious collection of warehouses, stables and workshops on the banks of the Manchester Ship Canal, the National Waterways Museum includes working double locks, historic canal boats, boat trips and a waterside café.
Most famous for its links to the now notorious witch trials of 1612, Pendle Hill and its surrounding villages are a truly bewitching area of Lancashire. With stunning countryside, it is popular with walkers and cyclists.
Portmeirion is a tourist village and hotel resort on the shores of Snowdonia. It was designed and built by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis between 1925 and 1975 in the style of an Italian village, and is owned by a charitable trust.
Sea Life Manchester
Be transported into an amazing underwater world and come nose-to-nose with Ernie, the stunning giant green sea turtle, and prepare for astonishingly close views of everything from humble clownfish and seahorses to graceful rays.
Snowdon Mountain Railway
Since 1896 Snowdon Mountain Railway has been welcoming guests to the village of Llanberis at the foot of Snowdon. Experience the awe inspiring journey by rack railway to the summit of the highest mountain in Wales.
With a fantastic range of flumes and river rides, a relaxing bubble spa, toddler pool and water play area including tipping buckets and fountains, there’s gallons of watery fun for everyone – what more could you ask for?
This beautiful venue is home to a theatre, museum and galleries. The Atkinson is an exciting and varied destination for families, cultural tourists and arts enthusiasts alike, with a full day and night time over.
The Sefton Coast
The Sefton Coast has so much to offer to visitors. 22 miles of beaches, sand dunes, woodland and estuary play host to wildlife and rare plants. Fascinating shipwrecks and prehistoric footprints can also be found.
The World of Beatrix Potter
The Lake District’s natural beauty and abundant wildlife inspired Beatrix Potter to write her much-loved stories. Explore this wonderful landscape where the tales are brought to life and meet your favourite characters.