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Nottingham: Nottingham Castle Admission Ticket

1. Nottingham: Nottingham Castle Admission Ticket

Nottingham Castle has played many roles throughout the city’s history and is now an elegant Ducal Palace filled with exhibitions and galleries. Come and see for yourself with an admission ticket that allows you to explore the newly landscaped grounds, tunnels, art collections, and more. Immerse yourself in the legend of the outlaw Robin Hood with an optional experience that recreates medieval Nottingham and mixed-reality activities, including a longbow competition and sparring with a quarterstaff. Explore the collections of fine and decorative arts, from medieval alabaster to contemporary photography, Nottingham lace to ceramics and oil paintings. Take some time to view the inspiring program of world-class temporary exhibitions as well. Younger visitors between 7 and 12, can head to Hood’s Hideout, the medieval-themed adventure playground, a perfect place for imaginations to run wild.

Warwick: British Motor Museum Entry Ticket

2. Warwick: British Motor Museum Entry Ticket

Explore the British Motor Museum and discover the world's largest collection of historic British cars. Learn more about the British motor industry and see how cars have changed through the decades as well as their role in and impact on our society. Take a walk down the 'Time Road' and discover how both motoring and family life has changed through the decades including period music and memorable events such as the introduction of double yellow lines. Travel through 'Making British Cars' and see how influential the motor industry has been over the years and where it is heading in the future. Get 'Under The Skin' and unravel the mystery of how cars work with interactive exhibits. Experience how suspension has improved over time and compare the difference between rack and pin and power steering. The Museum's enthusiastic staff and volunteers are there to help bring the cars to life and are happy to answer any questions you may have during your visit. There is also an onsite café serving hot and cold meals and snacks.

Warwickshire: Shakespeare's England Explorer Pass

3. Warwickshire: Shakespeare's England Explorer Pass

Choose a pass valid for 1, 2, or 3 days. Benefit from free entry to 10 attractions, tours, and museums. Visit Shakespeare’s Schoolroom to see where he first put quill to paper, immersing yourself in a world of literary wonder. Enjoy the unique pleasure of watching hundreds of the world’s most spectacular and colorful butterflies flying all around at Stratford Butterfly Farm. You can see them feeding and flying in a wonderful tropical environment. Walk along the ramparts of some of the oldest medieval ruins in England at Kenilworth Castle. Cruise the Avon River, and enjoy the breeze and river sounds. Then, explore the grounds of Stoneleigh Abbey. Visit the British Motor Museum, home to the world’s largest collection of historic British cars. Discover a hidden Victorian Garden at Hill Close Gardens. Explore the crazy world of the MAD Museum, which is a hands-on experience for kids. Spend the afternoon learning about the juniper berry at Shakespeare Distillery, with a guided gin distillery tour.

Sheffield: Self-Guided City Sightseeing Treasure Hunt

4. Sheffield: Self-Guided City Sightseeing Treasure Hunt

Embark on a self-guided treasure hunt for a fun and unique way to explore Sheffield. Captain Bess will send messages to your phone. She’s a snarky pirate who’s testing out new recruits to join her ship. She’ll direct you on a carefully designed route through the city. Follow the treasure maps to get to the right place, then try to decipher the clue. Search high and low for the answer. You’ll spot things you’d never normally notice. Don’t worry, if you get stuck you can ask for a hint to help you on your way. Start at Tudor Square and stroll along the peaceful canal, the Georgian Jewelry Quarter, and the Grand Business district. Learn interesting facts and stories along the way about the things you’re spotting and dive into the history of Sheffield.

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absolutely a fantastic day, definitely one of the best day we've had in a long time. Took my dad,partner and father in-law for a late father's day present, they loved it especially due to we went to the British history cars,it was great hear they olden saying my dad had that car I had that car and at some point brought a tear to my eye of the pure happiness of seeing them living their childhoods can't wait for the next event x

It was a lovely warm sunny day when we went which I am sure added to the experience. The galleries were interesting and we had fun doing archery practice and other interactive games. It was great seeing the party of well behaved school children enjoying their trip.

we really enjoyed our day at nottingham castle , thought the cafe was abit expensive , the bread was abit dry with the sandwiches we had in the cafe

We had a great day there parking near there was a bit dear on the side streets

Ticket bought online, amazing experience, great 2 hours spent there.