Each week at Quingo Scooters, we bring to you a fresh attraction in our Accessible Attractions series. Throughout the UK, we are lucky to have incredible attractions for all ages! This week we’re taking in some of Britain’s history with a trip to the capital.
With so many attractions to choose from in London it can be hard to pick just one. But we think we’ve cracked it this week! Heading to the Churchill War Rooms, we review some of the most iconic moments of one of Britain’s most historical figures.
Quingo Scooters brings to you another edition in our Accessible Attractions series. We’ve narrowed it down from over hundreds of attractions around the UK to just one. This week we’re going to a historical city buzzing with plenty of interesting historical facts…
On a trip to the South West of England, we’re taking you to Bath to discover the outstanding architecture of The Roman Baths. Situated in the heart of Bath, the baths were constructed around 70 AD.
The history of the baths
The Baths were founded upon natural hot springs, the steaming water played a key role throughout its history.
We’re taking you to Sparkford in Somerset, to the UK’s largest collection of great cars from around the world, at The Haynes International Motor Museum. Buckle up your seatbelts, you’re in for a fun ride…
As the UK’s largest collection of cars; the museum boasts 400 amazing cars and bikes from the dawn of motoring in the late 1800s, to the classics of the 1950s and 60s.
Quingo Scooters aims to deliver to you a weekly dose of the UK’s best attractions and days out, perfect for you and your family. With so many attractions to choose, from we’ve narrowed it down to a truly royal day out!
We’re taking you to the capital, London, as part of our Accessible Attractions guide. The city itself it boasts a huge number of attractions – enough to keep you busy for a couple of days. However, in light of the recent celebration of Her Majesty the Queen’s 91st birthday, we decided a royal day out would be fitting.