Enjoy a day trip to enchanting locations throughout the UK. From Beamish to Cambridgeshire, we provide coach trips to a range of areas, and we’re happy to answer your questions along the way. Our trips give you an opportunity to explore our fantastic country, and we’re ideally based in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, for your convenience.
The UK is full of wondrous locations, and we explore many of them on our affordable coach trips. Extended holidays are available in certain locations as well! View our coach trips below for more details:
A spectacular day out awaits in Liverpool. For the first time in ten years, the terracotta warriors come to the wonderful World Museum in Liverpool, where artefacts from 8th Century BC are on display. During the afternoon, we take in the historic Liverpool waterfront and the modern cultural surroundings.
We journey to the lovely spa town of Buxton, with its wonderful Georgian and Victorian architecture, alongside a lovely shopping area. During the afternoon, we head to Whaley Bridge to join the Judith Mary for our 2½ hour sail. A hot pot meal and dessert is served. This is always a popular day out.
One of Shropshire’s gems, Ironbridge is known throughout the world. It’s the birthplace of the industrial revolution, set in a beautiful wooded valley, and the magnificent River Severn is spanned by the iconic Ironbridge. With many museums and a lovely quaint town, there’s so much to see.
This unique museum is located in Shropshire next to an active airfield. You’ll get up close to many breath-taking aircraft, and there’s a Cold War Exhibition within the museum. The oldest Spitfire and Lincoln Bomber are present, as it’s arguably one of the finest collections of aircraft in the world.
Visit the world premiere at the Curve Theatre in Leicester. It’s a matinee performance, and you’ll have excellent seats.
The Royal Navy have created an 18th Century seaport, which brings together the life and times of Nelson, Napoleon and the battle of Trafalgar, along with the historic quayside, the oldest war ship a float the HMS Trincomalee and much more. A venue awarded many accolades and all set in the town, which has a pleasant gallery, and historic museum to add to your day. Great value.
Thurs - 26/4/18
Cost - £26.00
Enjoy the splendours of this Georgian town. The beautiful Jepson Gardens, the Royal Pump Rooms and Spa, and the various museums and galleries await your presence. We’ll then visit the historic town of Warwick, where the iconic castle dominates the skyline, along with many other period historic buildings, museums, and churches that are all set on the lovely River Avon.
The world-famous open-air museum tells the story of life in the North East of England during the 1820s, 1900s, and the 1940s. Enjoy the farm, pit village, mine, station, tramway, period shops, old hall, and various seasonal venues. This trip brings the bygone times back to life. It’s a great day out!
A beautiful landscape surrounds this venue, which increases your enjoyment of the castles seat of power, the recently opened medieval wall walk. Victorian prison and after 800 years the Magna Carta, the document which changed the course of history. All this is close to the lovely cathedral and other historic buildings.
Visit Northallerton on market day! Set on the Old Great North Road, the bustling centre is enhanced by the beautiful church. During the afternoon, we cover the national parks boundary, before we board the Wensleydale Heritage Railway, where we hope to be steam hauled. This is all complemented by wonderful scenery throughout.
The Scenic journey across the Derbyshire countryside to Market Drayton, set in North Shropshire Close to the Welsh Border. The River Tern runs through the town which hosts a good weekly market, lovely St Marys Church and has had many notable residents. During the afternoon we visit the award winning Bridgmere Garden World where its array of feature gardens completes this lovely day.
We head South, with a lunch stop on the Chilterns Northern borders in Thame before our lovely route climbs over the Chiltern Hills to visit wonderful Hughenden Manor which offers a vivid insight into the charismatic personality and colourful life of Benjamin Disraeli. The lovely ground contrasts with the colourful past and wartime experience. A great day out.
An eastwards journey to the capital of the Lincolnshire Wolds, Louth, where St James’ Church dominates the town. A popular market takes place on Wednesdays in the largely Georgian centre, which you’re sure to enjoy. Our afternoon route takes us along the East Coast, with a stop in one of the popular resorts.
Our journey climbs towards the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, before arriving in Helmsley. This area has a 900-year-old castle, walled garden, bustling high street, - including Britain’s best small shop – gallery, and more. Our lovely route along the Howardian Hills brings us to Yorkshire Lavender, where spectacular views greet us along with their blooming displays. Enjoy a large garden covering 60 acres, deer, and the Sculpture Park.
Home to one of the country’s finest cathedrals, Ely sits on the River Great Ouse, where the splendid Jubilee Gardens adjoin. The lovely town centre hosts a varied array of period buildings, the region’s largest antique centre, art gallery, and museum. Being England’s second smallest city, its compact for all to enjoy, and you’ll visit on market day! The information/exhibition centre doubles up as a museum, and its previous residents include Oliver Cromwell.
During the morning, we visit either the famous Hepworth Gallery, with its ever-changing display and artworks, or the pleasant town of Wakefield, with its museum, lovely retail centre, and superb church. During the afternoon, we visit a pristine location, Nostell Priory, a superb Palladian mansion described as an 18th century masterpiece. Enjoy a wealth of history, art, and culture, all surrounded by lovely parkland and gardens.
Our route through the country’s oldest rock formations gives splendid views across the Welsh boundary and the central counties of Worcetershire, Gloucestershire and Oxfordshire where the seasonal colours add to the day. We arrive in Tewksbury around lunch time, where a host of period, timber framed, listed buildings add to the presence of this lovely town. The dominant abbey is well worth a visit. An excellent museum, old Baptist chapel, and the confluence of the River Severn and Avon complete the day.
After its wonderful £19million regeneration, Halifax’s lovely Grade 1 Listed Piece Hall looks better than ever. It’s close to the town centre and other attractions, which allows you to explore. After this, we visit Sir Titus Salt’s lovely Victorian village. This unique area is a World Heritage Site, where the canal network and River Aire runs. The gallery and park all add to the day. Our route home takes us for a carvery meal, which enhances this lovely day out.