Box Bush, High Street, Bourton-on-the-Water, , GL54 2AN
Approximately 500 sq ft of some of the finest operating scenic model railway layouts in the country.
The Orford Craft Shop, Orford, , IP12 2LN
Exhibits show progress in the underwater exploration of the former city and underwater studies off the Suffolk coast. Attraction is not suitable for small children.
555 Castle Hill The Royal Mile, Edinburgh, , EH1 2ND
A genuine weaving mill producing tartan on traditional looms,, with a variety of exhibitions and activities.
Erne Gateway Centre Corry, Belleek, , BT74
The story of the formation of the lough and its effect on the people who live around its shores. Shop.
Peel House Commercial Street, Morley, N. Y'rks., , LS27 8AG
Every event catered for in this exhibition complex.
Hereford Cathedral 5 The Cloisters, Hereford, , HR1 2NG
The new library of Hereford Cathedral is open to the public, where they can also see the unique Mappa Mundi, the largest and most complete map in the world drawn in 1289.
Pecorama, Beer, , EX12 3NA
Passenger carrying miniature railway with steam and diesel locomotives, Peco Model Railway Exhibition and shop, Millennium gardens, Multi tiered indoor children's soft play area and outdoor play area.
The Turner Dumbrell Workshops North End, Bourton-on-the-Water, Glos., , GL54 2BU
Exhibition which includes 'smelly-vision' in a theatre, a perfume quiz and a beautifully laid out perfume garden where plants have been selected for their odour.
St Katharine Docks, London, , E1W 1LA
Phoenicia is a replica 600BC Phoenician trading ship which is now open to visitors as The Phoenicians: The Greatest Ancient Sailors Exhibition! Come aboard - alongside Starbucks & open 10am-6pm daily!
7a Park Street, Pickering, , YO18 7AJ
Three model railway layouts and model display. Push-button operated for children's participation.
Surrey Heath House Knoll Road, London, , EC4Y 1AA
One of the few buildings left untouched by the Great Fire of London in 1666. Collection of items on loan from the Pepys Society and original 17thC wood panelling.
21 New Globe Walk, Bankside, , SE1 9DT
The Exhibition explores the life of Shakespeare, the London where he lived, and the theatre for which he wrote.
Bascomb Copse Nr Chalton, Leyland, , PR5 1EJ
A 16thC grammar school, housing a collection of Victorian and Roman items. Building not suitable for blind or handicapped visitors.
Birchgrove Garden Centre Surfleet Road, Pinchbeck, , PE11 3XY
Museum with a slide presentation theatre with undercover exhibits and artefacts. There are also outdoor exhibits.
The NEC, Birmingham, , B40 1NT
NEC is the busiest exhibition centre in Europe. Staging more than 180 exhibitions each year. The NEC Arena is renowned for blockbusting concerts.
The Loch Ness Centre, Drumnadrochit, , IV63 6TU
The new 1999 exhibition introduces the latest in technological advance for visitor centres. Six room walkthrough is fully automated.
High West Street, Dorchester, , DT1 1UW
Tutankhamun's tomb perfectly reconstructed for the first time outside of Egypt. Facsimiles of his magnificent treasures including his golden burial mask.
East Quay The Harbour, Whitstable, Kent, , CT5 1AB
An exhibition of unique artefacts, memorabilia and photographs depicting oyster fishing. Live fish display and 'hands-on' seashore experience.
Tower Bridge, London, , SE1 2UP
Discover the secrets of London’s favourite landmark Tower Bridge is recognised across the world for its Gothic grandeur. Enter the icon to discover how and why this muchloved structure came to exist, and exactly why the Victorians called it the ‘Wonder Bridge’. A lift will take you up to the bridge’s high-level walkways, 42 metres above the River Thames. There you will be able to enjoy spectacular panoramic views of both East and West London. The Walkways boast special viewing windows which allow you to take photographs unobstructed by glass, providing you with the perfect photo opportunity. Interactive touch screens provide further information on Tower Bridge and the surrounding area. The second part of your tour will take you to the Victorian Engine Rooms, which house the huge and beautifully maintained steam engines that were once used to power the bridge lifts. A feast for the senses, the atmospheric Engine Rooms take you to a Victorian world where steam was king. You will also be able to experience a virtual bridge lift shown on a giant projector screen. Finish your tour by entering our gift shop which sells a range of gifts and souvenirs.