Voted Scotland’s Best Visitor Attraction, the Royal Yacht Britannia was home to Her Majesty The Queen and the Royal Family for over forty years. You will discover what life was like on board the floating Royal residence. The complimentary audio handset tour covers the five main decks starting at the Bridge, exploring the State Apartments, Crew’s Quarters and finishing at the Engine Room. Alternatively you can spend your day in Edinburgh. The hilly capital has a medieval Old Town and elegant Georgian New Town with gardens and neoclassical buildings.
Vibrant, cultured, friendly and fun. We’ve no doubt you’ll find plenty to do on your visit to Liverpool. Today the Albert Dock is a major tourist attraction in the city and the most viewed multi-use attraction in the United Kingdom, outside of London. It’s current tenants include The Beatles Story, Merseyside Maritime Museum and the Tate Liverpool.
York; the inspiring city situated in Northern England is rich in ancient history and is the perfect destination for couples, families and those travelling solo. York is home to hundreds of attractions, museums, historic buildings, shops and bars within the compact walled city.
Dawyck Botanic Gardens has treasures to be seen in every season and has a magic all of its own. The gardens showcase a wide range of flowers; from daffodils to spectacular displays of azaleas, rhododendrons and pools of meconopsis. After some time at the stunning gardens we head to Peebles for a couple of hours. Peebles is a gorgeous little town on the bank of the River Tweed. It has spectacular scenery, shops and cafes to keep you entertained. We finish the day with a high tea at The Green Tree Hotel – which featured in the Daily Record 2016 article the best places for high tea in the Scottish Borders.
The forever popular Falkirk Wheel returns to Houston’s tour brochure this year. The popular Scottish attraction is a fantastic day out for all ages to enjoy. During your time at the wheel you will enjoy a forty minute cruise raising you nearly 80ft in the air before travelling along the canal. After the wheel we head to the Kelpies. The impressive large equine sculptures are a vision by artist Andy Scott and are truly breath-taking to view up close. Then it’s onto The Three Kings for a mouth watering high tea, and a chance to enjoy the breathtaking views that the venue has to offer.
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