Timberbush Tours – Loch Ness, Glencoe & The Highlands (Edinburgh) – Special Offer

Timberbush Tours – Loch Ness, Glencoe & The Highlands (Edinburgh) – Special Offer

From Edinburgh you will travel north-west, passing Stirling Castle, before making your first stop at Kilmahog. Here there will be a break for some light refreshments and the chance to see some Highland cattle up close. Next you travel onwards through Rob Roy Country of Clans MacGregor and Campbell, then over the dramatic landscape of Rannoch Moor to Glencoe, one of Scotland’s most famous glens, site of the 1692 massacre of the Clan MacDonald. Here you can pause for a photo stop and to soak up the atmosphere in this haunting glen. 

Continuing via Loch Linnhe, stopping in the Fort William area for lunch, then journey onwards, passing beneath Britain’s highest mountain, Ben Nevis, before we enter the natural beauty of the Great Glen. Travelling on, you can admire the Caledonian Canal and the pretty village of Fort Augustus, enjoying spectacular views of Loch Ness, as you drive along the shoreline to Urquhart Castle. 

Loch Ness, 24 miles long and over 700 feet deep, is most famous for sightings of the Loch Ness monster, affectionately known as “Nessie”. You will spend 2 hours at Loch Ness, where you can choose to explore the ruins of Urquhart Castle*, learn of its history inside the modern visitor centre, and take an Award Winning Jacobite cruise* across the loch. 

Passing through Inverness, Capital of the Highlands, you start your return for home, crossing the Grampian Mountains and the woodland scenery of Perthshire, including the Forest of Atholl, before enjoying an evening refreshment stop at the Victorian resort town of Pitlochry, en route back to Edinburgh.

*OPTIONAL EXTRA.

Daily | ALL YEAR 

Departs: 08:00 Returns: 20:30

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Timberbush Tours – Loch Ness, Glencoe & The Highlands (Edinburgh)

Timberbush Tours – Loch Ness, Glencoe & The Highlands (Edinburgh)

From Edinburgh you will travel north-west, passing Stirling Castle, before making your first stop at Kilmahog. Here there will be a break for some light refreshments and the chance to see some Highland cattle up close. Next you travel onwards through Rob Roy Country of Clans MacGregor and Campbell, then over the dramatic landscape of Rannoch Moor to Glencoe, one of Scotland’s most famous glens, site of the 1692 massacre of the Clan MacDonald. Here you can pause for a photo stop and to soak up the atmosphere in this haunting glen. 

Continuing via Loch Linnhe, stopping in the Fort William area for lunch, then journey onwards, passing beneath Britain’s highest mountain, Ben Nevis, before we enter the natural beauty of the Great Glen. Travelling on, you can admire the Caledonian Canal and the pretty village of Fort Augustus, enjoying spectacular views of Loch Ness, as you drive along the shoreline to Urquhart Castle. 

Loch Ness, 24 miles long and over 700 feet deep, is most famous for sightings of the Loch Ness monster, affectionately known as “Nessie”. You will spend 2 hours at Loch Ness, where you can choose to explore the ruins of Urquhart Castle*, learn of its history inside the modern visitor centre, and take an Award Winning Jacobite cruise* across the loch. 

Passing through Inverness, Capital of the Highlands, you start your return for home, crossing the Grampian Mountains and the woodland scenery of Perthshire, including the Forest of Atholl, before enjoying an evening refreshment stop at the Victorian resort town of Pitlochry, en route back to Edinburgh.

*OPTIONAL EXTRA.

Daily | ALL YEAR 

Departs: 08:00 Returns: 20:30

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Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum Ticket

Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum Ticket

Highlights of the new Museum include:

Fantastic New Cinema
Within the walls of the new Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum is a remarkable cinema. The Cinema features a 200° screen that immerses the viewer into the world of The Championships by showing a film about the science of tennis. Filming took place during the 2005 Championships on Centre Court of Russia’s Maria Sharapova against Spain’s Nuria Llagostera Vives. Graham English Productions used a special panoramic rig that used 5 cameras at the same time, the result of which is a film that can be frozen and rotated around the field of action at any time. Using this technique, the film focuses on 20 different aspects of the match and showed viewers how players’ bodies and equipment are affected during the course of a professional tennis match.

McEnroe’s Ghost Sighted at the New Museum
Bringing together an old technique called ‘Pepper’s Ghost’ with new projection and filming technology, the museum is able to create an exciting way to view a scene from Wimbledon’s past. In a recreation of the 1980s Gentlemen’s Dressing Room, a ghost-like image of John McEnroe appears and takes you through a tour of the normally off-limits area. McEnroe reminisces about his memories about the Dressing Room, including how he first met Jimmy Connors and how he would emotionally prepare himself for matches.

The Whites of Wimbledon
The fashions of Wimbledon continue to be a point of attention and significance to the story of tennis and the new Museum will house an extensive collection of Wimbledon attire. Everything from outfits worn in the 1880s to Rafeal Nadal’s dri-fit ‘pirate’ trousers are on display. There is also an interactive exhibit where you can feel the weight difference between male and female clothing in 1884.

Extraordinary New Technology
Interactive touch screen consoles are evenly distributed throughout the Museum hallways. These information access points make up a part of the new and exiting technologies within the Museum. Other features are the ‘Get a Grip’ rotating wheel of rackets; ‘The Reactor’ game and an archive of great past Championship matches, all of which can be enjoyed by visitors of any age.

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Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum & Tour Ticket

Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum & Tour Ticket

Visits to the tour and museum usually last around two and a half hours, including 90 minutes for the tour and an hour for the museum.

Highlights of the new Museum include:

Fantastic New Cinema
Within the walls of the new Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum is a remarkable cinema. The Cinema features a 200° screen that immerses the viewer into the world of The Championships by showing a film about the science of tennis. Filming took place during the 2005 Championships on Centre Court of Russia’s Maria Sharapova against Spain’s Nuria Llagostera Vives. Graham English Productions used a special panoramic rig that used 5 cameras at the same time, the result of which is a film that can be frozen and rotated around the field of action at any time. Using this technique, the film focuses on 20 different aspects of the match and showed viewers how players’ bodies and equipment are affected during the course of a professional tennis match.

McEnroe’s Ghost Sighted at the New Museum
Bringing together an old technique called ‘Pepper’s Ghost’ with new projection and filming technology, the museum is able to create an exciting way to view a scene from Wimbledon’s past. In a recreation of the 1980s Gentlemen’s Dressing Room, a ghost-like image of John McEnroe appears and takes you through a tour of the normally off-limits area. McEnroe reminisces about his memories about the Dressing Room, including how he first met Jimmy Connors and how he would emotionally prepare himself for matches.

The Whites of Wimbledon
The fashions of Wimbledon continue to be a point of attention and significance to the story of tennis and the new Museum will house an extensive collection of Wimbledon attire. Everything from outfits worn in the 1880s to Rafeal Nadal’s dri-fit ‘pirate’ trousers are on display. There is also an interactive exhibit where you can feel the weight difference between male and female clothing in 1884.

Extraordinary New Technology
Interactive touch screen consoles are evenly distributed throughout the Museum hallways. These information access points make up a part of the new and exiting technologies within the Museum. Other features are the ‘Get a Grip’ rotating wheel of rackets; ‘The Reactor’ game and an archive of great past Championship matches, all of which can be enjoyed by visitors of any age.

Tour
Visitors may also take a tour of the grounds, led by specially trained Blue Badge Guides, and gain access to restricted areas normally closed to the public.

Included are :
• No. 1 Court
• The Water Gardens (Henman Hill)
• The Millennium Building
• The Press Interview Room
• The BBC Television Studio (or Centre Court if building work permits)
• Entrance to the Museum

Tour times: Vary throughout the year.

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KidZania London

KidZania London

AccessibilityKidZania accommodates visits for those with special requirements. We believe all kids should be able to experience role-play in a fun and unique way.

Hearing Impairments: All activities are equipped with a ‘Help Hearing Guide’ – a read-a-long guide for visitors with hearing impairments. This is a free service and can be obtained by an activity staff member on the day of your visit.

Visual Impairments: Service Animals (Registered Guide Dogs, Hearing Dogs and Medical Alert Dogs) are welcome around KidZania, however due to health and safety reasons, there are selected activities where they will not be permitted.

Accessible Parking: Westfield London offers a selection of accessible parking. Blue Badge holder will be permitted four hours free parking Monday to Friday. To qualify for this, you must provide a Blue Badge and parking ticket to Westfield staff at the Shopmobility desk.

Getting Around: KidZania is entirely accessible to wheelchair users, with many lifts and escalator available. There are several accessible toilets, a variety of rest areas and all food and retail outlets are wheelchair friendly.

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