At the home of the FORMULA1(tm) Foster's British Grand Prix, Silverstone is recognised as the Home of British Motor Racing. Silverstone stages some of the largest international and domestic motorsport series in the world, including rounds of the British Touring Car Championship, the British Superbike Championship and World Superbikes. Silverstone offers a variety of event and corporate facilities, including driving experiences, track days, hospitality opportunities, and the Silverstone Motorsport Academy - the UK's leading race tuition and driver coaching centre. Silverstone also offer a range of driving experience gifts as well as a stunning museum.
Waddesdon manor was built between 1874 and 1889 in the style of a 16th-century French chateau for Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild to entertain his guests and display his vast collection of art treasures. It houses an extraordinary assemblage of French 18th-century decorative arts to rank in importance with the Metropolitan Museum, New York and the Louvre in Paris. Outstanding paintings include portraits by Gainsborough and Reynolds and works by Dutch and Flemish masters of the 17th-century. Waddesdon has one of the finest Victorian gardens in Britain and is renowned for its seasonal displays. A Rococo-style aviary houses a splendid collection of exotic birds and vintage Rothschild wines are found in the wine cellars. This property is owned by The National Trust.
Visitors often remark on how different Milton Keynes is when they see our tree-lined boulevards, a clean, green environment and clean-cut modern buildings. The town has so much to offer with one of the biggest shopping centres in the country, an indoor ski slope with "real" snow and the most successful theatre outside the West End. The nearby Theatre District offers a wide variety of eateries and clubs and there are leisure and sporting facilities to suit just about everyone. The area is also chock full of history.Milton Keynes' wonderful parks and waterways provide a landscape and environment many towns and cities would envy.
At Woburn Safari Park Visitors drive their cars through the animal enclosures which gives visitors the opportunity to view the animals at close quarters and come face to face with the Rhino, Eland, Scimitar Horned Oryx (Antelope), Giraffe, Ankole, Zebra, Elephant, Camel, Bison, Ostrich, Bongo (Antelope), Lion, Tiger, Wolves and Black Bear. There are five adventure playgrounds for children with opportunities for hands on experiences. Animal talks and demonstrations take place throughout the day. Woburn Safari Park is approximately one hours drive from London, Oxford, Cambridge, Stratford, Birmingham and Leicester. Take exit 13 off the M1 motorway, or leave the A5 at Hockliffe for the A4012.
Stowe through the centuries has been created by a multitude of famous gardeners, artists and architects. Reveal the story of the gardeners at Stowe and how they shaped the landscape. Also at Stowe you will find the Stowe wedding venue.
Claydon House is a country house in the Aylesbury Vale, Buckinghamshire, England, near the village of Middle Claydon. It was built between 1757 and 1771 and is now owned by the National Trust.
Founded in 1995, Bicester Village sprang out of a field in Oxfordshire, England, to become one of the world's leading luxury shopping destinations. Since then we've grown into a collection of 11 Villages across Europe and China, offering the most revered fashion and lifestyle brands with exceptional value for money.
Waddesdon Manor is a country house in the village of Waddesdon, in Buckinghamshire, England. Owned by National Trust and managed by the Rothschild Foundation, it is one of the National
Stowe House is a beautiful venue for weddings, concerts and just minutes from Weatherhead Farm so we are a great place to stay especially for wedding parties, large groups. With our large dining/function room and kitchen facility in The Cowshed we are the perfect choice for the get together prior to the big event.
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