1 People’s History Museum
Manchester’s national museum tells the story behind the forces that have shaped human history and the modern world.
2 Manchester’s Northern Quarter
Lose yourself in chic shops, café-bars and happening music venues in this vibrant warehouse district.
3 City walls, Chester
The handsome old town of Chester is best surveyed from the heights of its Roman walls.
4 Crosby Beach, Liverpool
Home to Antony Gormley’s eerie life-size cast iron statues, which disappear at high tide.
5 Blackpool Pleasure Beach
Bright, bawdy and brash, Britain’s cheekiest resort is constantly reinventing itself.
6 Lancaster Castle
From the dungeons to the ornate courtrooms, the castle is a historical tour-de-force.
7 Sunset across Morecambe Bay
Drink in one of the country’s finest sunsets at the bar in the Art Deco Midland Hotel.
8 Sea-kayaking, the Calf of Man
Taking to the water in a kayak allows you to view local seal colonies, seabirds, and the Isle of Man’s stunning rugged coast from a unique perspective.