Shopping Trips

Bakewell (Market) & East Midlands Designer Outlet

One of the largest outdoor markets in the Peak District, Bakewell market occupies two sites in the town centre with approximately 100 stall holders. East Midlands Designer Outlet is a discount outlet for international designers, high street fashion and lifestyle brand shops.

Cambridge & The American Cemetery

Our coach will call at the American Cemetery - the only WW2 cemetery in the UK for approximately 1 hour before continuing onto Cambridge which has several interesting museums & art galleries, beautiful architecture and majestic college buildings.


Chester is arguably one of the richest cities in Britain famous for its' archaeological and architectural treasures preserved to this day from the time of the Roman occupation.

Chesterfield Market

The town of Chesterfield with its cobbled streets has one of the country's largest open air markets.

Durham or Beamish

Beamish is a world famous open air museum telling the story of life in North East England during the 1820s, 1900s & 1940s. The River Wear loops around the Romanesque Durham Cathedral and Norman Durham Castle.

Fair Gardens & Cake O' Clock
From Only £14.25

Price includes " Cake O' Clock" at Uncle Henry's Farm Shop consisting of a slice of cake and tea/coffee between 15.00 and 16.00.

Hull or Beverley

Hull was voted " The City of Culture" in 2017 where you can visit the Princes Quay Shopping Centre and The Deep. The market town of Beverley has historic buildings and cobbled streets.

Liverpool &/or The Terracotta Army
From Only £36.50

The first time in 10 years that a selection of the spectacular Terracotta Warriors from the tomb of China's First Emperor have been brought to the UK in a new exhibition @ The World Museum.

London "Do as you please"

Our coach drop off point is either Bayswater Road or Park Lane, ideally situated for those who wish to spend the day shopping on Oxford Street or visiting one of the many museums/attractions that London has to offer.

Nantwich Market Day & Marina

Nantwich is a medieval market town famous for its black and white timbered buildings. We allow at least 3 hours at the market (which features around 60 stalls offering a wonderful selection of fresh produce) before calling at the marina for an hour before returning home.


Norwich is a medieval Cathedral City with a museum, hilltop Castle and art gallery as well as plenty of shopping opportunities at the Jarrolds Centre and a large outdoor market.

Wakefield or Leeds

Wakefield offers a wide range of attractions for visitors, including the Hepworth Museum, Wakefield Cathedral & the Ridings Shopping Centre. Leeds attractions include: The Henry Moore Institute, Leeds City Museum, shopping @ Trinty Centre, the Victorian Quarter and the Kirkgate Market.

Worcester & The Jinney Ring Craft Centre

Jinney Ring is possibly the most visited craft centre in the West Midlands where you can watch skilled craftsmen & women at work. Worcester is a beautiful Cathedral City with a fascinating history of industry & architecture along with cafes, restaurants and High Street names.


Outstanding architecture, quaint cobbled streets, rich ancient history and a vibrant cafe culture. Enjoy a look round its famous Minster or stroll along the Shambles.

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