Goose Fair

The Nottingham Goose Fair is known as one of the UK’s most prestigious fairs, taking place annually at the Forest Recreation Ground with more than 500 rides and attractions. The history of the fair dates back more than 700 years, as huntsmen would use the event as a venue for selling geese to local villagers.…

Dunwich

The town of Dunwich, also commonly called the Lost Town of Dunwich or the Lost City of England, is a small town that has almost completely sunken into the North Sea due to continual coastal erosion.  Despite the disastrous demise of the small former town, it remains an interesting tourism destination as a museum has…

Barnard Castle

Barnard Castle is a fascinating 12th century castle steeped in diverse history and surrounded by a town of the same name that also features plenty of additional sites worth seeing. The settlement is known as the leading market town in the valley of Teesdale, with an abundance of shopping opportunities and several historic attractions. Designated…

Arthur’s Seat

In a group of hills located in Edinburgh, Scotland, sits Arthur’s Seat. This is the main peak in the hills which make up Holyrood Park. Known for their natural beauty, these hills attract many tourists, located just outside of the city centre. The name for Arthur’s seat is unknown although it is thought that it…

Edinburgh Festival

The Edinburgh Festival, also known as Fringe, runs through the summer for three weeks each year, meaning you have a large window in which to visit and enjoy the festivities. Hosting thousands of great artists including magicians, musicians, comedians and street performers, you will see something new and amazing for every day that you spend…