PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
- Coach travel with reserved seating
- One night dinner, bed and breakfast at our select hotel
- Visit to historic Durham
- Admission to Beamish Open Air Museum
We also visit Durham, a proud and historic city with a unique sense of identity. Guaranteeing you a warm welcome, Durham fuses its own past and cultural heritage with the modern expectations of visitors to create a city that is unique and different but maintains a familiarity to its visitors.
Durham, a beautiful historic city in the North East of England, dating back to the Roman times.
Known for its superb architecture, vibrant culture and rich history, Durham is a popular holiday destination with many fantastic attractions.
Discover Durham Cathedral, one of the most impressive cathedrals in the world, with its 1,000-year history and stunning collections of manuscripts, embroideries, and other historic objects. It’s also a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site with beautiful Norman architecture and spectacular stained-glass windows.
Explore other iconic landmarks in the city, such as the 11th century Durham Castle and the medieval Durham City Walls. These fascinating attractions provide a unique insight into the history of the city, offering a glimpse into the lives of people who once lived there. Take a stroll around the quaint cobbled streets, exploring the shops, museums and art galleries, before relaxing with a drink in a cosy pub.
The city is known for its thriving arts scene, with several cultural festivals taking place throughout the year. Durham is a wonderful destination for a coach holiday, whether you’re interested in history, the arts, or you’re looking for a relaxing break away in an attractive city.
The Beamish Open Air MuseumThe Beamish Open Air Museum
Step back in time to see for yourself what life was like in the North East at Beamish, one of Durham's hottest tourist attractions.
Beamish is a living and working open-air museum which transports you back to the 1820s, 1910s and 1940s to celebrate the region's rich heritage, brought to life by people dressed in authentic costumes.
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