Bletchley Park in Milton Keynes, home of the World War Two code-breakers, has revealed a host of activities to welcome back families with discounts available.
From a virtual festival to ringing bells for the local community, there’s plenty being organised for the day and beyond. Share these with your group so you can all enjoy them as we continue to mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day.
Trace the origins of British codebreaking from its remarkable wartime role through to its peacetime transition, in a fascinating new display at Bletchley Park in Buckinghamshire.
Whether your group is into dancing, arts & crafts or photography, there’s a holiday to suit all interests - here’s a few of our favourites.
GLT’s Keeley Rodgers has a lie down at the newly restored Painted Hall, the centrepiece of The Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich.
GLT editor Keeley Rodgers went along to Bletchley Park in Buckinghamshire for the opening of its latest experience, D-Day: Interception, Intelligence, Invasion.
The Royal Air Force Museum in London has unveiled its latest experience - a virtual reality attraction transporting visitors to a pivotal moment in history.
The National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire will see 100 ceramic medals at centre of an exhibition reflecting on World War One remembrance.
Two new exhibitions focusing on equine artist Sir Alfred Munnings and the British hussars have opened at the National Army Museum.
The National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire is offering a range of group walks, talks and tours in 2019.
Woburn Abbey and Bletchley Park are teeming with stories of both splendour and tragedy, says Laura Sexton after the latest Reader Club tri
The Arboretum has a diverse programme of commemorative and celebratory events in 2019 as well as new exhibitions.
We look at the museums, exhibitions and attractions with links to the First World War you can visit with your group.
The Royal Navy International Air Day is calling for coach operators and group travel companies to offer its new groups package to GTOs.
The annual Royal International Air Tattoo is set to return to Royal Air Force Fairford in July next year.
Scotland’s first design museum, V&A Dundee will open to the public on Saturday, 15th September.
The National Maritime Museum, part of Royal Museums Greenwich, in London, will be opening four new galleries in September, uncovering maritime history.
A new display celebrating the unsung heroes of London’s Tower Bridge has been unveiled.
The Commandery in Worcestershire has opened a new experience, allowing visitors to understand more about the Battle of Worcester.
This autumn, Longleat is inviting the public to visit its historic grounds to celebrate the distinguished Armed Forces, in a weekend of tribute.
GLT reports back from a very warm Reader Club Trip at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire, which proved a major hit with GLT readers.
The Tall Ships Sunderland 2018 is a four-day festival and those already planning a visit can now book a cruise onboard.
The North Yorkshire coastal town of Whitby will host a new floating visitor attraction when HM Bark Endeavour opens next month.
Car S.O.S presenters Fuzz Townshend and Tim Shaw opened the new exhibition at the British Motor Museum.
The Commonwealth War Graves Commission will open a new visitor centre called the CWGC Experience in Beaurains, France in spring 2019.
The British Motor Museum in Warwickshire is to host a new exhibition featuring cars from National Geographic’s popular motoring televsion show Car S.O.S.
The RAF Museum in London is set to welcome visitors when it formally reopens on Saturday 30th June.
Featuring displays on Boudicca and the Magna Carta to Stanley Kubrick and Stephen Hawking, the new St Albans Museum + Gallery will open on 8th June.
This summer, Bletchley Park will unveil a new display in one of its code breaking huts which celebrates Ian Fleming’s original James Bond series.
RNAS Yeovilton International Air Day in Somerset will be hosting a RAF100 tribute this July, at which the Red Arrows are set to perform.
The museum in Portsmouth, now rebranded as The D-Day Story is the only museum in the UK dedicated to the Allied Invasion of June 1944, and is now open to the public once more.
The role of Alan Turing’s pioneering Bombe machines has been revealed in a new codebreaking display.
Visitors are invited to explore ‘military through the decades’ on Sunday 30th September when the British Motor Museum in Warwick hosts the Gaydon Military Show.
The Step Back to the 1940s weekends will transform Seven Valley Railway into a colourful snapshot of wartime Britain in June and July.
The Belgian Tourist Office-Wallonia has joined with Shearings Holidays to offer a new range of short break holidays to Belgium.
The conclusion of a £28 million improvement programme is expected to see the Staffordshire-based arboretum welcome a record number of visitors this year.
Group visitors to the Yorkshire railway can expect even more on offer this year including afternoon teas and behind-the-scenes experiences.
We take a look at ten free attractions in Scotland which, according to the Association of Scottish Visitor Attractions (ASVA), have recorded the highest footfall in recent years.
The National Army Museum will open its first major exhibition since reopening in March 2017.
The Victoria & Albert (V&A) Museum in London has officially opened its latest exhibition, Ocean Liners: Speed and Style.
This spring will see a former Cold War nuclear bunker in East Yorkshire reopen its doors to the public, featuring an all-new art display.
New at Beaulieu this year is an exhibit of 28 Lalique glass car mascots, on show together for the first time.
A line-up of exhibitions is in store for the Portsmouth Historic Dockyard this year.
V&A Dundee, Scotland’s first design museum, will open to the public on Saturday 15th September this year, it has been revealed.
The British Motor Museum in Warwick has announced that this year it will host four antique events suitable for group visitors.
Visitors to the Historic Dockyard Chatham in Kent this year can enjoy a programme of events to mark the 400th birthday of the attraction.
To mark the recent release of the film, Darkest Hour, which focuses on Winston Churchill’s early days as Prime Minister, we look at a selection of attractions with links to the wartime PM.
The National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire has announced a rich programme of commemorative and celebratory events for the coming year.
The programme of events for next year at the museums owned by National Museums Scotland will include wildlife photography, Scottish pop music and glass art.
Beaulieu, in Hampshire, has revealed details of its upcoming season, featuring group tours, new galleries and events.