If you fancy something a little different this year, our Mystery Breaks could fit the bill nicely, you will enjoy the same great service that you would expect when travelling with Jones Holidays, including comfortable travel, breakfasts, dinner and superb accommodation so sit back and relax whilst you watch the landscapes pass by.
Now open to the public for the first time in its 1000 year history, the Royal Mint gives you the chance to discover the stories behind the coins in your pocket. See more money that you could every imagine, find out how each coin is made and even strike your own.
A tour of the sets from the hugely successful Hary Potter films, step into the York stone floor of the Hogwarts Great Hall, visit Dumbledore's office and discover for yourself how the most successful film series of all time was brought to life.
Edinburgh is a dynamic city which combines a wealth of history and culture with modern attractions. Whenever you take a holiday to Edinburgh there is sure to be lots to see and do including, Edinburgh Castle, The Royal Mile, Museums, Art Galleries and a wide choice of shopping, eating and drinking establishments that attract tourists to Edinburgh year after year.
Where better to celebrate Mothers Day but in the quintessential Shires of England - Lincolnshire, a land where gentle landscapes meet meandering rivers and ancient church spires pierce the skyline & Rutland, home to the beautiful town of Stamford.
Bath stands majestically on the banks of the River Avon and is steeped in ancient history. The town's outstanding architecture fully justifies its epithet as the 'Elegant City of Golden Stone'. Bath is a designated World Heritage Site, boasting Roman ruins and baths (including the 70ft long Great Bath) and magnificent Georgian architecture.
There is something quite special about Kensington Palace, built in 1605 it became the royal home for William & Mary in 1689. It was saved from falling into ruin by Queen Victoria who was determined to save the Palace where she was born and spent her childhood. She secured government support to renovate the Palace in in recent years it has been home to many royals including the Queen's sister, Princess Margaret, Diana, Princess of Wales and currently the Duke & Duchess of Cambridge and Duke & D
Indulge in your passion for gardening with a short break to the world-famous Chelsea Flower Show, the most prestigious horticultural event of the year and one of the hottest social events in the British calendar. The Flower Show itself has been running every year since 1913 with over 500 exhibitors coming to this prestigious event to showcase their ideas.
The Great Central Railway is the UK's only double track, main line heritage railway and the only place in the world where full size steam engines can be seen passing each other - just as it was when steam ruled the rails - we also include a visit to Cadbury World and the World's biggest Cadbury Shop.
This 1960's themed entertainment break is certain to lighten you up and leave you feeling relaxed and joyous. Included is an overnight stay in the heart of the North West and a full nights entertainment provided by a fantastic duo and three-course meal - a perfect present for Fathers Day!
This two day tour squeezes in about as much possible, including two popular attractions which give an insight into the region. Enjoy the beautiful countryside by rail and explore a stately home during your relaxing weekend steeping into South Yorkshire, the Peak District & Derbyshire.
The British Royal family is a national treasure and millions of people from the UK and abroad flock to London every year to catch a glimpse of the tradition, pomp and ceremony surrounding the monarchy. Buckingham Palace needs no introduction and is one of the world's most recognisable buildings. The Palace has been the seat of the British Throne since the accession of Queen Victoria in 1837 and your visit is sure to amaze and thrill.
Some historians date tennis as far back as Egyptian times, but the most common view is that it was a crude courtyard ball game invented by the 11th or 12th century French monks and the name tennis is said to come from the French word 'Tenez'. Some accounts say that by the 13th century there were as many as 1800 indoor courts, however the game of 'real' tennis is very different from the popular sport we know today.
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