There’s nothing better than a day spent at the seaside. From fish and chips to beautiful tearooms, Whitby is the perfect place to visit on your next trip to the beach. Offering stunning views, as well historic and cultural hotspots, you’ll always find something to explore in Whitby. Did you know that the Gothic Whitby Abbey was even the inspiration for Bram Stoker’s ‘Dracula’? But there’s nothing scary about this beautiful seaside town in Yorkshire!
This week, Quingo Scooters are looking at the best that this town has to offer, from the Cleveland Ironstone Mining Museum to the studio of artist John Freeman.
Have you ever wanted to immerse yourself in the wonderful world of animals right here in the UK? If so, at Quingo Scooters we’ve got the perfect place for you this week. With indoor and outdoor enclosures, Twycross Zoo is the place to explore a wide range of species from penguins to monkeys, even getting an up-close view of their lives! With over 500 animals and 100 different species to discover, there’s so much to see and do at this incredible zoo.
According to research by Airbnb, Edinburgh is the second most visited city in the UK, with over 163,600 guests taking in the city in the summer of 2016 alone. But what is it that makes this historical city so popular? Let’s find out.
Edinburgh is a hub of excitement no matter what season you visit. With a dramatic setting, you’ll find the world’s biggest performing arts festival, a 1,000-year-old castle and a mountain – Arthur’s Seat – right in the middle of the city.
The spellbinding Roald Dahl Museum brings to life the awe-inspiring works of Roald Dahl. As one of Britain’s most beloved authors, a visit here puts your imagination centre-stage as you venture into his life’s work. With interactive exhibits and mementoes from his life on display, there’s a lot to explore and learn about in this award-winning museum.
This week, Quingo Scooters is visiting Buckinghamshire to learn all about Roald Dahl and his famous works. From being measured against famous characters, including Charlie Bucket and Miss Trunchbull, to seeing his handwritten manuscripts, it’s a fun and playful day out.
Covering the expansive history of the city of London, the Museum of London tells the story of the city and its people. Travelling from the prehistoric times to the present day, this museum gives an extensive view of life in the city through time. Whether you’re exploring a recreation of a Victorian London street or seeing the original boundary of the city, the London Wall, you’ll experience everything about London’s rich history!
This week, Quingo Scooters is travelling to England’s capital city to learn all about its history!