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  • Motown The Musical

    Follow the legendary career of Berry Gordy and the creation of his musical empire – Motown Records. Berry founds his music making factory based on the dream of bringing a socially charged, racially divided country together with music.

    Berry signs a series of groundbreaking artists including Diana Ross and the Supremes, the Jackson 5, Stevie Wonder, Smokey Robinson and the Miracles, Marvin Gaye, The Temptations and more. But with the Vietnam War looming and America at a cultural turning point, Berry realises the time has come to push for something bigger than he ever dreamed of: to make music that could get the whole world moving to the same beat! In the process, Berry Gordy creates the sound the defined a generation.

    This explosive even features over 40 classic songs including My Girl, Stop! In The Name of Love, Dancing in the Street, I Heard it Through the Grapevine and Ain’t No Mountain High Enough. You'll be able to experience how these songs became a part of the fabric that is Motown.

    For more information, please Click Here.

    Price includes return coach travel and matinee show ticket. Subject to travel time, we aim to arrive in London late morning to give you free time before the performance.

    This may be a shared departure. The coach for this excursion may serve more than one destination in the same general area. Please note that this may mean that the journey to your destination could involve a slightly indirect route. If you are at all concerned about this the Buzzlines sales staff will be happy to advise further.

    This show can also be requested on our regular Saturday London Showtime day trips subject to availability

    Thu 29 September 2016

    1 Day

    £70 per adult

  • Beautiful The Carole King Musical

    Witness the untold story of Carole King’s transformation from school girl to superstar, selling her first hit Will You Love Me Tomorrow, when she was just seventeen. By the time she was twenty, she was writing number ones for some of the biggest acts such as the Drifters, Aretha Franklin and the Monkees. Watch her developing relationship with song-writing partner and later husband, Gerry Goffin and their close friendship with fellow song-writing duo Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil. But it wasn’t until her personal life began to crack that she was truly able to find her own voice.

    Featuring the countless classics of Carole King’s career such as You Make Me Feel Like A Natural Woman, You’ve Got A Friend and Locamotion this award winning musical is not to be missed!

    For more information, please click here.

    Price includes return coach travel and matinee show ticket. Subject to travel time, we aim to arrive in London late morning to give you free time before the performance.

    This may be a shared departure. The coach for this excursion may serve more than one destination in the same general area. Please note that this may mean that the journey to your destination could involve a slightly indirect route. If you are at all concerned about this the Buzzlines sales staff will be happy to advise further.

    This show can also be requested on our regular Saturday London Showtime day trips subject to availability

    Thu 29 September 2016

    1 Day

    £60 per adult

  • London Day Out

    Free time to shop, explore or sightsee around our great capital, London. It is one of the best cities in the world with so much to see and do!

    Our drop off locations vary by date, but all are central locations within the city, with great attractions nearby or take advantage of London’s transportation system to travel further afield.

    Timings for these trips will generally see us arriving in London at 11am and departing around 5.30-6pm, subject to travel *some times do vary, see below list of dates*. The Buzzlines sales team will be happy to advise you on more specific timings for any particular date.

    This will be a shared departure with another day trip to London. The coach for this excursion will serve more than one destination in the same general area. Please note that this may mean that the journey to your destination could involve a slightly indirect route. If you are at all concerned about this the Buzzlines sales staff will be happy to advise further.

    For more information on what to see and do in London, please click here.

    London Day Out drop off points:

    Fri 30 Sep - Southbank / Embankment - departs around 16:00hr

    Sat 15 Oct - Embankment

    Sat 12 Nov - Embankment - This day out if linked with the Lord Mayor's Parade, you will arrive in London early and leave London after the firework display.

    Wed 7 Dec - Near Peacock Theatre, near to the Strand

    Sat 10 Dec - Embankment

    Thu 29 Dec - Marble Arch - will leave London at 1630-1700hr

    Fri 30 September 2016

    1 Day

    Buy one get one free per adult

  • British Museum - Egypt's Lost Worlds

    Submerged under the sea for over a thousand years, two lost cities of ancient Egypt were recently rediscovered. Their story is told for the first time in this blockbuster exhibition at the British Museum.

    Vanished beneath the waters of the Mediterranean, the lost cities of Thonis-Heracleion and Canapus lay at the mouth of the Nile. Their amazing rediscovery is transforming our understanding of the deep connections between the great ancient civilisations of Egypt and Greece.

    Over the last 20 years, world-renowned archaeologist Frank Goddio and his team have excavated spectacular underwater discoveries using the latest technologies. They will be seen alongside fascinating objects from major Egyptian museums for the first time in the UK.  Preserved and buried under the sea for over a thousand years, the stunning objects in the exhibition range from magnificent colossal statues to intricate gold jewellery.  Journey through centuries of encounters between two celebrated cultures, meeting iconic historical figures such as Alexander the Great, Cleopatra and Hadrian.

    Our day will be timed to depart our final pick-up point in North Kent at 09:30 to arrive in Central London by 11:00.  We will then allow ourselves a good four hours at the British Museum before heading for home at around 15:30.

     

    Fri 30 September 2016

    1 Day

    £37 per adult

  • Imperial War Museum London

    An enjoyable coach day trip to one of the best museums in the country. The transformed Imperial War Museum London tells the stories of people’s experiences of modern war and conflict. In 2014 following a major transformation and redevelopment programme, the Museum re-opened with new galleries, exhibitions and an improved visitor experience so that you can find new ways to explore the diverse collections. 

    Highlights

    Ground-breaking First World War Galleries which tell the story of the First World War – how it started, why it continued and its global impact – through the lives of those who experienced it.

    A dramatic new atrium - featuring iconic objects including a Harrier jet, Spitfire plane and V2 rocket - that reveals how people’s lives have been affected by war and conflict from the Second World War to the present day.

    The permanent exhibitions including The Lord Ashcroft Gallery: Extraordinary Heroes, Secret War, A Family in Wartime and The Holocaust Exhibition 

    Find out what else is on.

    For more information on the Imperial War Museum, please click here.

    Price includes return travel by coach.

    This may be a shared departure with another day trip. The coach for this excursion may serve more than one destination in the same general area. Please note that this may mean that the journey to your destination could involve a slightly indirect route. If you are at all concerned about this the Buzzlines sales staff will be happy to advise further.

    Fri 30 September 2016

    1 Day

    Buy one get one free per adult

  • Bruges

    This wonderful coach day trip takes you to one of Europe's most beautiful and best-preserved medieval cities, with something to see at every turn.

    Not many people realise that the historic Belgian town of Bruges, or Brugge in Flemish, is in fact within easy driving distance from Calais to make an ideal day trip destination. Bruges has been called "The Venice of the North" due to its canal-lined streets and stunning architecture. It is easy to explore on foot, by horse-drawn carriage or canal cruiser. Tempting Belgian chocolates, beautiful hand-made lace and world-famous beers make Bruges one of our most popular destinations.

    Bruges boasts a rich cultural heritage. The majestic past of Bruges lives on in the many works of art that can be seen in the many museums, often housed in historic buildings. The many places of interest, too, are silent witnesses to the city’s rich heritage. Bruges has a lot to offer from a culinary perspective too. Many restaurants, cafes and bars offer typical regional dishes of Bruges as well as exotic delicacies for different tastes and budgets. Trip Advisor may be able to help you choose a suitable venue.

    Normally a minimum of 4 hours in Bruges subject to travel time. So as to preserve its unique heritage for locals and visitors alike,coaches are not allowed into the inner city. We therefore park at the coach park which is a flat, leisurely 20 minute walk to the main city centre or closeby there is a bus stop where a frequent bus service runs to and from the city centre.

    Price includes return travel by coach and scheduled Eurotunnel crossing.

    PLEASE NOTE THERE ARE NO STOPS AT ANY WAREHOUSES, SUPERMARKETS OR OTHER OUTLETS SCHEDULED TO BE INCLUDED ON THIS TRIP.

    For our other trips to Bruges, please click here

    For more information on Bruges including maps and other practical information plus city highlights and places of interest, please click here

    Sat 01 October 2016

    1 Day

    £37 per adult

  • Greatest Film Music - RPO Tribute John Williams

    Join Buzzlines for this day excursion from Kent for this afternoon concert by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra celebrating the musical brilliance of composer John Williams.

    As the most Oscar-nominated man alive, John Williams has unleashed the power of the film score in over seventy-five blockbuster classics, creating one of the greatest film composer/director collaborations ever with the great Steven Spielberg.

    The Orchestra performs a selection of these superb orchestrations and legendary melodies, including the themes to Star Wars, Indiana Jones, E.T., Harry Potter, Jurassic Park, Schindler’s List, and many more!

    Our day will be timed to set down at the Albert Hall late morning.  From here the Kensington museums are close by, as are the shops and restaurants along Gloucester Road and High Street Kensington, and if it's a nice day there is always the option of crossing Hyde Park to get to Oxford Street or Knightsbridge.   Doors open for the concert at 2.15pm ahead of a 3pm start, and we will issue your concert tickets when we first reach the Albert Hall so you can then return to the Hall as you please for the performance. 

    The coach will meet us opposite the Royal Albert Hall for our return journey to Kent, departing soon after the concert's conclusion around 5.30pm.

    Sat 01 October 2016

    1 Day

    £60 per adult

  • An extended day in Antwerp

    This long-day excursion gives us a great chance to explore the historic city of Antwerp at leisure.

    Our trip is planned around a 09:50* tunnel crossing which allowing for the change to European time should get us into Antwerp at around 13:30. We will drop-off initially at the city centre close to the historic railway station and its spectacular roof. Antwerp zoo is immediately adjacent, and there are scores of other attractions within easy walking distance or, for the more intrepid, via a ride on the comprehensive tram system. The coach will also be available to take those interested to the intriguing Red Star Line museum on the riverfront just a few blocks from the main station. This recently-opened museum provides a fascinating insight into the travails of emigrants from Europe to America between the wars, and is based in a building that really was used as a clearing centre for these people ahead of their transatlantic crossing. Adult entry costs 8 Euros.

    Antwerp offers many other visitor attractions, in planning your day do keep in mind amongst others the new MAS building which consolidates a number of previously independent museums, the Fashion Museum, Royal Museum of Fine Arts, Diamond Museum and Rubens House.   There’s lots more information on the Visit Antwerp web site http://www.visitantwerpen.be/bze.net?id=1470

    We will give you the opportunity to enjoy an early supper in the city centre before we head for home. Of course we gain an hour on the return crossing so we expect to be back in Kent at around 22:00.

    Sat 01 October 2016

    1 Day

    £40 per adult

  • London Museums in Kensington

    A coach trip to London where you can choose from some fantastic attractions. You can visit the Natural History Museum, the Science Museum and the Victoria & Albert Museum. Drop-offs will be made close to these London Museums for free time at your leisure.

    The Natural History Museum: Home to life and earth science specimens. Given the age of the institution, many of the collections have great historical as well as scientific value, such as specimens collected by Darwin. The museum is particularly famous for its exhibition of dinosaur skeletons, and ornate architecture, both exemplified by the large Diplodocus cast which dominates the vaulted central hall.

    The Science Museum: The most visited science and technology museum in Europe. There are over 15,000 objects on display, including world-famous objects such as the Apollo 10 command capsule and Stephenson’s Rocket.

    The Victoria & Albert Museum: One of the world's greatest museums of art and design. Explore their collections of ceramics, metalwork, photography, glass, furniture, architecture, painting, textile, sculpture, jewellery, prints & fashion.

    Includes return travel by coach. Subject to traffic and travel, for this particular trip we arrive in London late morning around 1130am and aim to leave around 530pm.

    This will be a shared departure. The coach for this excursion will serve another destination in the same general area. Please note that this may mean that the journey to your destination could involve a slightly indirect route. If you are at all concerned about this the Buzzlines sales staff will be happy to advise further.

    Admission charges may apply to some special exhibitions and events at the Museums and these are not included unless otherwise stated

    Please click on the links below for further information:

    Natural History Museum

    Science Museum

    Victoria & Albert Museum

    Sat 01 October 2016

    1 Day

    Buy one get one free per adult

  • London Museum of Water & Steam

    A day trip by coach from Kent to visit the London Museum of Water & Steam alongside the Thames at Kew Bridge, SW London. 

    The London Museum of Water & Steam is an independent museum originally founded in 1975 as the Kew Bridge Steam Museum. After closure and redevelopment it was reopened in early 2014 and is now recognised as a major point on the European Route of Industrial Heritage.  The Museum tells the story of London’s water supply from the Roman Period right through to the modern day and offers a fascinating insight into this aspect of our industrial roots.

    The Museum houses the world's largest collection of Cornish cycle beam engines, including the largest working beam engine, the Grand Junction 90 inch, which has a cylinder diameter of 90 inches and was used to pump water to London for 98 years. This machine is over 40 feet high and weighs about 250 tons. It was described by Charles Dickens as "a monster"!

    There are several other working Cornish cycle beam engines, and other working steam engines as well as a three-cylinder Allen diesel engine which is also on public display and frequently run. 

    We have a guided introduction for our visit before we enjoy some relaxed exploration at our own pace, with refreshments always available at the Stokers' Cafe.

    Our day will be timed to arrive at the museum by around 10.30am and we expect to depart at around 3.30pm to leave London ahead of peak-hour traffic.  Please note that this excursion will be combined with a separate day trip to nearby Kew Gardens.  Customers who would like to spend a couple of hours at the Water & Steam Museum and then make their own way to Kew Gardens are welcome to do so in liaison with your Buzzlines driver on the day.  It is about a 20-minute walk between the two locations, and you can take a bus No. 65 from Kew Bridge (North side) to Victoria Gate to access Kew Gardens. Please be advised that a day ticket paid at the gate will cost £13-15 per person, but only £3.50 for children.  There are no additional Buzzlines charges for conjoining the two trips.

    Sun 02 October 2016

    1 Day

    £29 per adult

  • Kew Gardens & Kew Palace

    Enjoy two great historic attractions in one single day out.

    This unmissable coach day trip takes travellers to the stunning Kew Gardens, London where they can explore glasshouses, landscapes and 250 years of history at the world's most famous garden. Climb to the treetops, delve into rainforest or discover more on a guided tour.

    Kew has a pivotal role as a world-leader in plant science and conservation, and giving visitors a glimpse into the important role botanic gardens play in the future of the planet.

    Kew Gardens, the greatest of all public gardens in Britain and perhaps the world and is often referred to as the Royal Botanic Gardens. Exotic and unusual plants from around the world, with over 40,000 species in total. With its royal heritage, historic buildings and 300 acres of green space, Kew is much more than just a garden, Kew is a perfect day out.

    Some attractions may not be available for reasons beyond our control.  The Temperate House is closed for restoration until 2018. For the latest details and information on Kew please click here.

    Our visit also includes entry to Kew Palace*, a four-storey brick house built in 1631. First used by the Royal Family in 1728, the Palace was purchased by George III in 1781 as an annex to the White House (located where the sundial now stands) to accommodate his growing family. Subsequently, it became a more permanent home for the Royal Family, and King George IV was born here. 

    After having lain untouched for over 200 years, you can also now explore the Royal Kitchens at Kew. Step back in time to 6 February 1789 when George III was given his knife and fork back after his first bout of ‘madness’. For more information on Kew Palace and The Royal Kitchen, please click here.

     New for 2016

    • Venture into the world of pollinators this autum at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. You will experice the world of the Honeybee come alive.  Visitors will be drawn into The Hive via a vibrant wildflower meadow. Once inside, thousands of flickering LED lights will bring this 40- tonne lattice structure to life. 
    • See the incredible beauty of the Japanese landscape come alive this autumn with our stunning new exhibition, Flora Japonica. Over 30 of Japans best contemporary artists will showcase their remarkably intricate paintings of Camellias, Cherry Trees, the Japanese maple and more. Enjoy the watercolour paintings from specimens collected all over Japan and within Kew Gardens.

     

    Price includes return travel by coach, entrance ticket to Kew Gardens and Kew Palace. Subject to traffic and travel, we arrive late morning and should have around 4.5 to 5 hours free time. This may be a shared departure with another day trip.

    * Entry to Kew Palace may be on a first-come, first-served basis on certain days subject to the number of visitors at the venue.

     Please Note - Temperate House at Kew is closed for refurbishment, it will reopen in 2018.

    Sun 02 October 2016

    1 Day

    £34 per adult

  • Ham House National Trust & Richmond

    Richmond possesses a timeless charm more akin to a village than a town. Henry VII named Richmond after his favourite Earldom, Richmond in Yorkshire, and the gateway of his magnificent Palace, favoured by Elizabeth I, still remains. This can be found on Richmond Green, once the scene of tournaments and pageants, surrounded by elegant period houses. Richmond Bridge, the oldest spanning the Thames, sits alongside a riverside development which evokes memories of the 18th and 19th centuries. Richmond shopping centre offers an enticing mix, bringing together top designer names with small specialist and antiques shops. The view from the top of Richmond Hill, across the Terrace Gardens, Petersham meadows and the River Thames has been a source of inspiration for artists and poets throughout the years. It has been protected by an Act of Parliament since 1902. The Gardens were formed in the 1880s and were then extended to the river about 40 years later. The Terrace Gardens have recently been restored and are now a tranquil and relaxing area to enjoy. From here Ham House is visible slightly up river.

    One of a series of grand houses and palaces alongside the River Thames, Ham House and Garden impressed in its day and continues to do so today. One of London’s best kept secrets, this atmospheric Stuart mansion nestles on the banks of leafy Richmond-upon-Thames. Rich in history and atmosphere, it is mainly the vision of Elizabeth Murray, Countess of Dysart, who was deeply embroiled in the politics of the English Civil war and subsequent restoration of the monarchy. Through the centuries Ham has survived war, fashion and neglect to retain a uniquely mysterious aura. Some visitors even claim that it is haunted by the ghosts of its past residents. Today Ham House and Garden stand as one of Europe’s greatest 17th-century houses.  Explore the atmospheric house and its historic collection of textiles, furniture and paintings. Much of the collection has remained in the house for 400 years so you really feel you are stepping back in time. For more on Ham House, please click here.

    Price includes time in Richmond, entrance to Ham House and return coach travel. A travel only price is available for National Trust members and can be selected during the online booking process or when making a telephone booking. This may be a shared departure.

    Mon 03 October 2016

    1 Day

    £32 per adult

  • Autumn Tints with Lunch

    See the ever-changing autumn hues ablaze with red and orange, as we take a country drive passing through the lanes and villages of Kent and East Sussex.

    Admire the beautiful scenery with suitable stops along the way, including a delicious two course lunch at a 15th century inn in Brede.

     

    Menu

    Salmon, Cod & Spring Onion Fishcakes with Parsley Sauce, New Potatoes & Vegetables

    Steak, Ale & Mushroom Pie with Mashed Potato & Vegetables

    Portobello Mushroom, Spinach & Olde Sussex Cheddar Lasagne with Salad & Chips

     

    Apple & Blackberry Crumble with Vanilla Icecream

    Sticky Toffee Pudding with Butterscotch Sauce & Clotted Cream

     

    Please give your menu options at the time of booking.

    Tue 04 October 2016

    1 Day

    £35 per adult

  • Eastbourne - A Day by the Sea

    Enjoy free time at leisure in the charming seaside resort of Eastbourne. Five miles of promenade run along the beaches leading you past the stunning Carpet Gardens, the famous 1930s bandstand, historic Napoleonic Towers and the famous Victorian Pier, majorly damaged by fire in 2014. Or you may wish to take in the good shopping in the landscaped pedestrianised town centre.

    Price includes return travel by coach.

    This may be a shared departure with another day trip. The coach for this excursion may serve more than one destination in the same general area. Please note that this may mean that the journey to your destination could involve a slightly indirect route. If you are at all concerned about this the Buzzlines sales staff will be happy to advise further.

    Wed 05 October 2016

    1 Day

    £25 per adult

  • The Knitting & Stitching Show at Alexandra Palace

    Visit the Knitting & Stitching Show at Alexandra Palace in London.

    This flagship event at Alexandra Palace has been running annually since 1991 and has become the largest and most highly regarded textiles and craft event in the UK.

    The Knitting and Stitching Shows are the definitive and best exhibitions for lovers of textiles in the UK and Ireland. As the name suggests, it covers knitting and stitching but SO much more; crochet, embroidery, patchwork and quilting, felt-making, shibori dyeing, jewellery-making, card-making, felt, embossing… the list goes on! There is so much to see and do you’ll find it hard to fit everything into one day; hundreds of exhibitors selling specialist supplies that you can’t find in the shops, galleries from leading artists and groups, plus hundreds of workshops to introduce you to lots of new subjects! There are lots of initiatives for anyone who wants to get started with crafts, so whether you like to cross stitch in your spare time or you’re a mixed media artist with a studio, The Knitting and Stitching Show is not to be missed.

    For further information on the show, please click here.

    Price includes return travel by coach and entrance ticket to the show.

    The coach for this excursion may serve more than one destination in the same general area. Please note that this may mean that the journey to your destination could involve a slightly indirect route. If you are at all concerned about this the Buzzlines sales staff will be happy to advise further.

    Thu 06 October 2016

    1 Day

    £35 per adult

  • The Knitting & Stitching Show at Alexandra Palace

    Visit the Knitting & Stitching Show at Alexandra Palace in London.

    This flagship event at Alexandra Palace has been running annually since 1991 and has become the largest and most highly regarded textiles and craft event in the UK.

    The Knitting and Stitching Shows are the definitive and best exhibitions for lovers of textiles in the UK and Ireland. As the name suggests, it covers knitting and stitching but SO much more; crochet, embroidery, patchwork and quilting, felt-making, shibori dyeing, jewellery-making, card-making, felt, embossing… the list goes on! There is so much to see and do you’ll find it hard to fit everything into one day; hundreds of exhibitors selling specialist supplies that you can’t find in the shops, galleries from leading artists and groups, plus hundreds of workshops to introduce you to lots of new subjects! There are lots of initiatives for anyone who wants to get started with crafts, so whether you like to cross stitch in your spare time or you’re a mixed media artist with a studio, The Knitting and Stitching Show is not to be missed.

    For further information on the show, please click here.

    Price includes return travel by coach and entrance ticket to the show.

    The coach for this excursion may serve more than one destination in the same general area. Please note that this may mean that the journey to your destination could involve a slightly indirect route. If you are at all concerned about this the Buzzlines sales staff will be happy to advise further.

    Thu 06 October 2016

    1 Day

    £35 per adult

  • Houses of Parliament Guided Tour & IWM Museum

    Discover a unique combination of 1000 years of the UK's history, modern day politics and stunning art and architecture within one iconic building.

    Our insightful and entertaining guided tour of the Houses of Parliament offers the opportunity to discover the fascinating blend of history and politics that lie within one of the most instantly recognisable buildings in the world. Also known as the Palace of Westminster, 1000 years ago it was the official residence of the English royal family. The oldest part of the building is Westminster Hall which was completed in 1097 and has held a central role in British history since then. The majority of the original palace was destroyed by fire in 1834 and the magnificent Gothic-Revival building which now stands, majestically, in its place was designed by Sir Charles Barry and completed in 1870. While the outside of the building is well known, the guided tours allow visitors to discover the many treasures within the building such as the spectacular fixtures and fittings designed by the eccentric A.W.N. Pugin, including the wonderful throne in the majestic Lords Chamber, and a rich collection of works of art.

    Led by a highly qualified and knowledgeable Blue Badge Guide, the 90 minute tour takes in the Lords and Commons Chambers plus other highlights such as Westminster Hall, the Queen's Robing Room, the Royal Gallery, Aye Lobby, Central Lobby, Members' Lobby and St Stephen's Hall. Jubilee Cafe, located next to Westminster Hall, offers a selection of light meals, and hot and cold drinks. The souvenir shop is located along the tour route.

    Airport style searches are in place at the Houses of Parliament. Sharp items e.g. knives (including Swiss army knives) scissors, cutlery and screwdrivers are not permitted on the parliamentary estate and will be confiscated. Please also restrict the size of bags brought to Parliament.

    For more information on the Houses of Parliament, please click here.

    We also visit the transformed Imperial War Museum London which tells the stories of people’s experiences of modern war and conflict. In 2014 following a major transformation and redevelopment programme, the Museum re-opened with new galleries, exhibitions and an improved visitor experience so that you can find new ways to explore the diverse collections. For more information on IWM London, please click here.

    Price includes return travel by coach, guided tour of the Houses of Parliament & visit to the Imperial War Museum.

    PLEASE NOTE: This is an official guided tour of Parliament as shown rather than the basic free flow audio tour.

    This may be a shared departure. The coach for this excursion may serve more than one destination in the same general area. Please note that this may mean that the journey to your destination could involve a slightly indirect route. If you are at all concerned about this the Buzzlines sales staff will be happy to advise further.

    Sat 08 October 2016

    1 Day

    £45 per adult

  • The Cake and Bake Show at Excel London

    Following its huge sell out on previous years, the award winning The Cake & Bake Show comes to Excel in London packed with baking madness.The only live experiential event dedicated to the world of cakes, breads & the art of baking.

    The Cake & Bake Show is aimed at all ages with expert run classes and demonstrations for those looking to improve their baking skills; live bake offs and cake competitions, plus some great interactive features. There will also be stands selling the latest baking equipment from piping bags to decorations and for those who just want to enjoy good food, there'll be a marketplace featuring an array of artisan produce including breads, pies, brownies, pastries and of course, cakes. The perfect mix, offering everything from live demos by celebrity speakers to classes with the experts, as well as delicious produce and baking supplies, plus live competitions and so much more...

    Price includes return coach travel and entrance ticket.

    For more information, please click here

    Sat 08 October 2016

    1 Day

    £32 per adult

  • Steam Delights-Two of Kent's Favourite Train Lines

    A delightful excursion suited to all ages as we focus on two of the county's heritage train lines and some delightful countryside into the bargain.

    We head first for Tenterden for the restored Kent & East Sussex Railway service to Bodiam, a leafy 10-mile ride following the course of the River Rother through some lovely countryside in its Autumn colours.

    Rejoining the coach at Bodiam, we head on into Rye to offer some free time for lunch, before we set off again at around 2pm for Dungeness, where we join a Romney Hythe & Dymchurch steam train bound for Dymchurch.  We complete our day out with a couple of free hours to enjoy the funfair and sandy beach at Dymchurch before we head for home.

    RH&DR Locomotive "Hurricane" - picture courtesy Wikimedia and author Andrew Rabbott

    Sat 08 October 2016

    1 Day

    £35 per adult

  • Stratford, London

    Home to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and Westfield Stratford City, Stratford has enjoyed a dramatic facelift since it hosted the successful London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

    Stratford has now become a bustling hub for shoppers and tourists alike. Explore the magnificent Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, where you can take a trip up to the top of the impressive ArcelorMittal Orbit structure. For world-class shopping, visit Westfield Stratford City and shop 'til you drop, before enjoying a meal in the food court, where you'll find restaurants serving up food from across the globe. As Europe's largest urban shopping centre at 1.9 million sq ft, Westfield Stratford City includes a dynamic and targeted mixture of over 300 brands anchored by John Lewis, Waitrose, Marks & Spencer and a 17-screen Vue cinema. From the shopping centre, you can even view the Olympic Stadium which can be seen in the distance.

    Includes return travel by coach. This is a shared departure with our Cake & Bake Show day trip. The coach for this excursion will drop at Excel first before heading on the short distance to Stratford. Please note that this means that your journey involves a slightly indirect route. If you are at all concerned about this the Buzzlines sales staff will be happy to advise further.

    Subject to traffic, arrive around 11am and depart at around 4pm.

    Sat 08 October 2016

    1 Day

    Buy one get one free per adult