The Easter holidays may have come to an end but don’t forget that there are two bank holiday weekends just around the corner and festival season is on its way too. Woohoo!
Looking to take a trip for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee? We’ve got oodles of chocolate-box villages and ancient cities full of royal history for you to visit. Or, how about a night out in Newcastle to celebrate Her Majesty’s impressive reign? Whatever you fancy, we’ve got you covered.
The prettiest places to visit in England
Missed out on Trooping the Colour tickets or don’t have plans for an epic street party? Fear not. Celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee instead by packing up and heading to some of England’s prettiest villages, towns and cities. We’re sure there’ll be scones and bunting galore.
With foodie hotspots, showstopping historic quarters and plenty of late-night shenanigans, Newcastle is certainly weekend worthy. Not sure where to start? Check out our guide for things to see and do in the unofficial capital of the North East.
Whether you’re a lover of musicals, comedy or amateur plays, what better way to experience the thrill of live theatre than at one of England’s unusual and unsung venues? From underground crypts to auditoriums hidden inside old Victorian banks, we’ve rounded up some of our favourites.
Get front row seats to England's biggest festivals
Global superstars, after-dark silent discos and outdoor hot tubs are just a few things you can expect at England’s best musical festivals. Dance your way through the summer months at these epic events taking place in family farms, wild woodlands and on sandy beaches up and down the country.