A look at what’s new for groups across Continuum Attractions locations from York’s Chocolate Story to the Spinnaker Tower. 

A family make chocolate at York's Chocolate Story

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There is a new chocolate masterclass for groups to book at York’s Chocolate Story. 

Groups of 15 or more can benefit from offers and packages including a free place for the organiser and coach driver as well as a free familiarisation visit and priority entrance. 

New attractions, tours and more

York’s Chocolate Story: indulge your group with a new VIP Chocolate Masterclass at York’s Chocolate Story, located in the heart of the city. Led by a skilled chocolatier, the session is said to be a truly luxurious experience. Alongside making some treats, your members will also find out about the history of York’s most famous chocolate-making families such as the Terry and Rowntree families. 

Loch Ness Centre, Scotland

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The Loch Ness Centre is located at the site where, 90 years ago, hotel manageress Aldie Mackay reported seeing a ‘water beast’ in Loch Ness. 

The Loch Ness Centre: located in Drumnadrochit, the centre in Scotland is now fully open. Your group will step into the former Scottish Hotel and undertake a quest to discover the truth about Nessie. There is also the opportunity to board the ongoing exploration vessel Deepscan, which takes up to 12 passengers, for a cruise through the past 40 years of scientific research into the mysteries of Loch Ness.

Oxford Castle & Prison: there are new murder mystery and themed dining events to complement the live Shakespeare in the Castleyard performances which are back for the 14th year with three different productions this summer. Explore 1,000 years of the city’s history including the site itself which has held both famous and infamous residents. 

A group of tourists having a tour of The Real Mary King's Close, Edinburgh

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Explore the warren of streets and passageways of Edinburgh’s only preserved 17th century street at The Real Mary King’s Close.

The Real Mary King’s Close: private tours are available for groups at the attraction in Edinburgh. Located just off the famous Royal Mile, groups can explore a warren of uniquely preserved 17th century streets to find out what it was really like for the people who worked, lived and died here.  

GreenWood Family Park: a new farm has opened at the attraction in North Wales. Ideal for family groups and those with younger members, GreenWood is set in 27 acres and features what is promoted as the UK’s only solar powered water ride. 

Spinnaker Tower: if you haven’t been yet, the recently opened Sky Bar offers breathtaking views across the city, Solent, South Downs and Isle of Wight, enjoyed while sipping a cocktail of your choice. Plus, new group joint tickets have been launched with the D-Day Story in Southsea which is marking the 80th anniversary of the D-Day landings this year.

Travel trade offer at Coronation Street Experience

Groups can book special midweek access to the Coronation Street Visitor Centre and Exhibition at the ITV Studios in Manchester as part of a new travel trade offer. Find out more here

To see the latest Continuum Attractions’ Groups Brochure, click here

For more information and group bookings, contact trade and group sales manager Mark Smith on 07583 088 688 or email msmith@continuumattractions.com