Top Places To Visit In England.
Planning your weekend trips and bank holiday getaways for next year already? Well, we’ve got just the ticket, and it’s a lot cheaper than long haul! Find out why Lonely Planet voted England a top place to visit in 2020 and check out the best new places to stay and the top things to do in England come January. With COVID 19 this year may be ruined but there's always next year.
Be mesmerised at Love Light Norwich Norwich, Norfolk
Already looking at unique things to do for Valentine’s Day? Look no further. For the first time ever, a magical light festival will illuminate the historic streets of Norwich city centre. From dedicated trails and fire artworks to shimmering installations and performances, Love Light Norwich, taking place between the 13 and 15 February, is a celebration of love and belonging.
Get excited for Frozen the Musical
Theatre Royal Drury Lane, London
The streets of London will be full of tiny snowmen and ice queens next autumn when Disney’sFrozen the Musical makes its way to the West End. This live-action show will make its debut at Theatre Royal Drury Lane, the first production in over a year for the theatre, which will be newly refreshed after exciting renovations. Fresh from USA’s Broadway, this show is bound to enchant theatre lovers, little and big kids alike.
Explore a UNESCO World Biosphere Region
Brighton & Hove, East Sussex
Celebrate Brighton’s Living Coast at a special Nature2020 event, taking place throughout the year. Designated a UNESCO World Biosphere Region, the communities of the Brighton and Lewes Downs have been recognised for their efforts to ensure the region is developed in a sustainable way with proper conservation for the environment. Explore the area with one of these unique events and see the benefits of their hard work first hand.
Visit Europe’s biggest gardening project
RHS Bridgewater, Salford
The newest Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) garden in 17 years will be opening its doors in Salford, resurrecting the historic landscape of Worsley New Hall. Designed by landscape architect Tom Stuart-Smith, the fifth RHS garden will include a kitchen garden (nestled within the original 11-acre garden wall), learning garden, community allotments and lots more.
Take a walking holiday along the England Coast Path
Racking up 2,700 miles, this country-wide National Trail spans the entirety of England’s coastline. Opening up in sections throughout 2020 and beyond, the England Coast Path will be the longest coastal walking route in the world. Along the path there will be plenty of opportunities to see wildlife, visit seaside resorts and coastal towns, and discover secret sandy beaches and rocky coves – the perfect chance to get closer to nature while holidaying at home.
Celebrate the 200th anniversary of Florence Nightingale Nationwide
To honour 200 years since the birth of Florence Nightingale, the World Health Organisation has nominated 2020 the Year of the Nurse and Midwife. And to celebrate the Lady with the Lamp, there is a range of events happening throughout the country, from walking tours through London to exhibitions dedicated to the founder of modern nursing at the Florence Nightingale Museum. And if you really fancy digging deeper into her life, you can book a night at her childhood home in the Peak District, too!
Jump around at Tapnell Farm Aqua Park
Tapnell Farm, Isle of Wight
On a spring break to the Isle of Wight, why not pay a visit to the island’s first outdoor floating aqua park? Heaps of fun for families and groups of friends, the inflatable course at Tapnell Farm will feature a range of bouncy obstacles and plans to remain open whatever the weather (you’ll be getting soaked either way, right?). You can also take part in kayaking, paddle boarding and lake swimming, in case you fancy something different.
Uncover new exhibitions at the Tate Modern Tate Modern, London
Pay a visit to the first major art exhibition of Oscar-winning filmmaker, Steve McQueen. His provocative portraits of time and place, which comment on urgent contemporary issues, will bring together immersive video and film installations between February and May 2020. Joining him at the Tate Modern is a collection of Andy Warhol’s most iconic pieces – including Marilyn Monroe and his floating Silver Clouds – telling the story of the shy outsider who became a pop-art superstar. Warhol’s pieces will be on display from March until September 2020.
Have muddy fun at England’s second BeWILDerwood BeWILDerwood, Cheshire
England’s best wild adventure park, based on Tom Blofeld’s book A Boggle at BeWILDerwood, is opening its wonky wooden gates to a second 70-acre location at Cholmondeley Castle in Cheshire in spring 2020. The mystical forest setting jam-packed with arts, crafts and quirky storytelling encourages traditional and imaginative outdoor play and welcomes all ages to explore nature at its very best.
Take a look inside the refurbished Museum of the Home
Museum of the Home, London
After a substantial two-year redevelopment, Museum of the Home (formerly known as The Geffrye), which showcases English homes throughout the centuries, will reopen in the spring of 2020 with new and updated spaces for collections and learning activities. The state-of-the-art Home Gallery – running the full length of the almshouse building – will explore the historic stories of ‘home’, while the modern, eco-friendly roof garden will welcome its first visitors, and plans to remain open all year round.
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