Football is one of the most – if not the most – popular games in the world. Millions of fans from all over the world watch their favourite teams play the beautiful game each season. There are highs, lows and plenty of sporting stories going back decades. If football is your thing, we’ve got the perfect day out for you!
The National Football Museum in Manchester is the World’s biggest and best football museum and home to the game’s greatest stories.
This week, as part of our Accessible Attractions series, Quingo Scooters are in the heart of Newcastle. If discovering ancient artefacts, as well as learning about maritime history, world-changing science and technology or fashion, interests you this attraction is perfect!
The Discovery Museum in Newcastle allows visitors to discover all about life in Newcastle and Tyneside, using interactive displays, it makes it the perfect place to learn and have fun.
The museum offers many great permanent displays as well as temporary exhibitions, including:
Turbinia (Permanent) – once dubbed the fastest ship in the world!
Quingo Scooters are back in the North West this week with another great British attraction to add to our Accessible Attractions series. A city known for its pop culture, as well as its love affair with music. We’re taking you to Manchester.
The iconic Imperial War Museum in Manchester tells the stories of those people whose lives have been shaped by war. Through their galleries, displays and events, the Imperial War Museum aims to challenge people’s perception of war.
Within the museum there are a variety of exhibitions on display to give insight into wartime life, such as:
The Big Picture Show – using surround sound and projected digital moving images, this exhibition brings to life people’s experiences of war.
Here at Quingo Scooters, we aim to bring you the best attractions the UK has to offer. This week, as part of our Accessible Attractions series, we’re travelling to one of the world’s most popular attractions, within England’s bustling capital.
Madame Tussauds London, is home to hundreds of life-size wax replicas of famous people and historic icons. It has over 300 wax figures on display, from Audrey Hepburn to Usain Bolt!
Madame Tussauds was founded by Marie Tussaud; she learnt wax modelling from a physician, Philippe Curtius.
Quingo Scooters is travelling north this week for our Accessible Attractions series; to an attraction sure to bring back the nostalgia of the days before modern cars and motorbikes. A great day out for the whole family or even with a group of friends!
We’re taking you to the National Railway Museum in York, on display are thousands of amazing objects and over 300 years of fascinating history. The museum includes some railway legends you truly wouldn’t want to miss out on.