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Exploring Instagrammable York history
We'll meet outside York Library for a gentle 3 hour Photowalk, giving us loads of time for stories & photos. Along the way, I will provide tips and advice on how to capture captivating images of the city you will want to share. This is a friendly walk in a small group and we always take the time to introduce ourselves so that you will feel part of the group. We start with the stunning vaulted remains of the medieval hospital, the only surviving Roman walls you can walk on and the remains of the Roman fortress. We'll take the secret entrance into the enchanting Museum gardens to walk amongst the ruins of St Mary's Abbey. From there it's Henry VIII's glorious King's Manor and then through the ancient gateway for some spectacular and unusual views of York Minster. We will view the Minster up close and explore the alleyways to find the oldest house in the city, Barley Hall and the historic street of the ladies of the night. We will follow the Viking route back into the bustle, before we show you views of the Shambles most visitors miss. Then we take in York's best-kept secret Fossgate, before a hidden alley takes into a stunning Medieval Guildhall followed by a riverside walk to York Castle. Other things to note This is mostly an easy walk on solid ground. There will be opportunities for additional comfort breaks if required
Pottery in the Peak District
Get your hands dirty in the pottery studio! You'll learn how to throw on a wheel and some simple creative techniques to make your pots special. Everyone will at the very least produce a cup and a dish, you'll be able to decorate your work and it'll be included in our next wood kiln firing. Other things to note This experience is tailored for people who are creative, you don't need any experience of pottery... but if you do, great, you can really push your creativity.
Sanctuary Tour with rescued animals
You will get to meet all of our rescues that are part of our huge fluffy family, all have names and a story to tell. You will meet our 150 plus sheep, from our "Pensioner group" to any new arrivals, our posh Valais sheep and our super cute badger boys. You will stop for no end of sheepish hugs with our family of lambs and sheep. Our woolies run to you not away and every guest has been shocked a how lovely sheep are. We will wander through the fields and you will see our highland cows edradore and gevan. You may get to meet teddy the bullock and kylie cow. Our midnight the turkey is very affectionate and heinz the cockerel is growing used to accepting treats from strangers. Every experience is different We will finish with vegan refreshments ~ tea and cream scones (please let us know if you need gluten free, or a different milk alternative to soya ~ in advance please ) The tour is an hour BUT it always lasts longer so allow up to 2 hours if you want to finish with tea & scones
Electric Mountain Biking Peak District
Using Electric Mountain bikes that make the uphills easy and the downhills fun. We will ride local trails from Buxton depending on the weather and conditions. We have routes for everyone, from beginner to those more experienced and include some lesser known trails off the beaten path. From the meeting point we will travel to our starting point, get you set up and comfortable on the bike. Then we will hit the hills, enjoy the views, fresh air and adventure. (Please enquire with me about taking a total of 3 people out. I do have enough bikes, it just depends on the size of bike available for each person's height.) Other things to note Be aware that cycling is a physical activity and we have some quite large hills. You need to be reasonably fit but the electric motors on the bikes really help . Bring appropriate clothing for the ride, no trailing fabric.
Yorkshire Moorland foraging walk
We will walk from Danby up onto the moors to forage for wild free food. we wil see and learn about the rich wild harvest found on the moors and valleys in on the north york moors.You will learn about the local foods we can eat including berries, flowers and herbs from area. I will teach you how to find and identify plants you can eat. We will find edible seasonal plants.I will explain how to prepare recipes and the uses of herbs, flowers and berries found . The foraging walk will include moorland, a secret valley and ancient woodlands You need to be able to walk over rough ground approximately 5 km. walks can be shortened by arrangement We will end at a cafe or pub for a drink or snack in Danby if you desire, possibly the excellent Danby bakery,the moors centre or the Duke of Wellington pub Other things to note Enjoy a special unique experience learning how to find natural plants you can use in a variety of ways including berries, nuts, seeds and leaves. Walking up a beautiful hidden valley onto the moorland edge at a slow pace so we can appreciate the moors Meet at the bakery in Danby.

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Built This City from Depression with Ste
We are a social enterprise that trains those who have experienced homelessness to become walking tour guides. Stephen came to Manchester as a young boy and became homeless as a teenager. We Built This City is an alternative walking tour that gives an insight into the issues surrounding class and social deprivation from the 18th century to the modern-day. Ste shares his memories of homelessness and poverty, relating his own experiences to the less well-known history of Manchester. This tour will take you on an extraordinary journey of other young people from Manchester’s past that have suffered. With each step that Ste takes, the city’s past starts to live and breathe again, unveiling the cobbled streets and working people that made Manchester what it is today.
Craft Beer Tour Around Manchester
Go deep into the Manchester craft beer scene with our tour experience around the city. Lasting 3.5 hours, you’ll visit 4 of some of the best craft beer breweries and tap houses in the city. Along the way you’ll be entertained with local historical facts and of course drink lots of craft beer! On each tour you’ll get 10-12 craft beers (1/3 pints) in total. You’ll taste some signature beers, some subtly strong beers, all the way to the absolutely weird and wonderful craft beers you never knew existed. One thing is for sure, you’ll definitely taste some beer you’ll have never tried before! Many people have discovered their new favourite beer on our tours. The venues we visit are not always open to the public but with our unique tour, you will get to enjoy an unrivalled look at the exciting Manchester beer scene, and most importantly of all, taste its fantastic range! As if all that wasn’t enough, in each venue you will experience a talk from a resident expert be it one of the brewers or the owners. They will guide you through the tastings and provide you with a unique insight into their brand and their beer range as a whole. Other things to note Be prepared for the notorious Mancunian weather, especially in Winter. We walk between venues so come prepared if the weather forecasts rain for the day.
Silent Disco Adventure in Manchester
Join the Silent Adventures Team as we take you on a journey of song and dance through the famous streets of Manchester. This musically instructed adventure aims to have your funky moves on display and your pop star voices serenading the people of the this great city! Hi-tech headsets will fill your body with beats, theme songs and your favourite hits from across the decades. As your inhibitions evaporate and laughter takes over, you will be part of the best all dancing, all singing walking tour in Toon! Ganging up with your super-stylish leader at the starting point, you’ll groove down the historic streets, passing famous landmarks, performers and the public- looking on in awe and jealousy! Your moves are awesome. You just don’t know it yet... It's a Flash Mob. It's a Silent Disco. It’s a roaming, rhythmic riot through Manchester! Other things to note Sing, dance and cheer your way through the famous streets of Manchester! If you are celebrating anything in particular do let us know so we can make your Adventure even more special.
Naze View Farm Alpaca Experience
You will arrive at the farm - which has wonderful views We will give you a short talk on the Alpacas; * how to keep you and your Alpaca safe * how to put your Alpaca at ease and gain the most from your experience. * the care and husbandry tasks for alpacas We will match you to the Alpaca which would suit you best, collect "the boys" and go for a walk around our farm - this will be through wooded areas and fields and we will stop to allow you time to pet the Alpacas and get to know them. PLEASE ENSURE YOU WEAR SUITABLE FOOTWEAR. We will have cuddles and photo opportunities and hand feed them. You will be able to feel some of their fleece and if you wish you can collect some alpaca poop if you wish to make some "fertiliser tea" once you return home to help your garden grow! You may have the chance to meet our Swiss Valais Blacknose sheep. You will leave the experience with increased knowledge about these wonderful animals and benefit from some time in their company. There are 3 alpacas, each visitor will have 1 alpaca each, if you have a group of more than 3 people, please get in touch. Alpacas are friendly animals who have a natural curiosity. They are nervous and can be startled easily so we try and minimise loud noises and quick movement, please ensure long hair is tied back. The experience is WEATHER DEPENDENT.
Throw a mug on the pottery wheel with a master potter
Fancy having a throw with a master potter? This is a pottery class where you will learn how to handle clay, from preparing to manipulating it by hand on the pottery wheel. Guided by David (of Partington's Pots), you will produce your very own hand-thrown mug. After the session, the pot will be fired and available to collect (or be posted to you) the following week. This activity will take place inside a vibrant artist studio, buzzing with Salford-based creatives. This is your opportunity to unleash your inner artist!

פעילויות מומלצות באזור Chinatown

המלצה של 18 מקומיים

Learn To Pour Latte Art
This workshop will take you from never touching an espresso machine to being comfortable making an espresso shot and steaming barista quality milk in a few short hours. We cover how to grind your espresso, how to tamp an espresso into the portafilter using the correct technique and show you how to dose perfectly each time. Then we show you how to identify a good shot of espresso and give you some tips on how to make corrections for yourself once you leave the experience. Finally, we show you how to hold a milk pitcher correctly, get you to steam milk using our whirlpool technique and get you pouring in a comfortable controlled manner. We’ll share our tricks from thousands of drinks made behind the steam wand and guide you through the techniques necessary to draw rosettas, hearts and tulips. Other things to note If you have any concerns or questions regarding the workshop. Please contact us.
The Manchester Food Tour
We'll be exploring the cobbled streets of Ancoats and the Northern Quarter on this "Canals to Canapes food tour." The aim is to show you a different side of Manchester and to showcase some of the food heroes that live and work here. We'll start off in an area commonly described as one of the UK's coolest places to live. Canal side mills and factories are now apartments, bars and restaurants. Where cotton used to be unloaded and factories were teeming with workers is now an area known for food, drink and culture. Strolling around the area we'll talk about the Industrial Revolution and how this area was the beating heart of it all. We'll tell stories about the gangs that owned these streets, what life was like for the workers and how the area has changed over time. Food is never far away on this tour. We'll visit one of the city's best bakeries and meet the bakers behind the bread. One of Manchester's most famous restaurants is just around the corner. We have a special dish waiting for you with a remarkable Manchester story that has to be heard to be believed. Moving on to the Northern Quarter we'll pass by hipster record stores, some of the best coffee shops and even get a sneak look into a hidden art centre. We'll savour the best Indian flavours, delicious Italian gelato and a unique Manchester dessert. Please come hungry and ready for fun.
Rock & Goal Manchester Walking tour
Join Joe on the #1 Google walking tour of Manchester. Wander through the streets and learn some of the hidden gems and secrets of Manchester! On your tour you will see some sets of BBC and Netflix series. You will also see where Hollywood movies were filmed and see that the architecture, staircases and pavements of the streets look like New York. You’ll also experience the incredible street art of the Northern Quarter and find plenty of Instagram photo opportunities! You’ll learn how one Manchester resident was instrumental in ending the 2nd world war. You’ll also see how Manchester had a huge role in leading the way to ending slavery. You’ll see how Manchester gave the world many firsts including the handheld ice cream, women voting rights, vegetarianism and policemen! You will also see the meeting place which gave the world the Premier League! Learn what famous singers did before they made it! And see how and why Manchester has more music than any other city in Britain! You can find out more by visiting my website: www.rockandgoalmanchester.com
Ales & Alleyways with Andy
We are a social enterprise that trains those who have experienced homelessness to become walking tour guides. In the 1980s, Andy and his pals fell in love with Manchester’s bustling nightlife and rock music scene. Today he guides you across the city taking the very same route of his night’s out in the 1980s, but this time reflecting on how the venues have played a significant role in shaping Manchester’s history. Guests will leave with a unique and personal insight into Manchester's history and homelessness. Other things to note: The great British pub is a hallmark of our society and culture, serving both positive and negative connotations. The tour discusses themes of drinking and alcohol but there is no drinking whilst on the tour. We hope that instead, the tour will help spread awareness about the link between alcoholism and homelessness.
Wonderwalk Through Manchester with Nic
We're Invisible (Manchester) - a social enterprise that trains those who have experienced homelessness to become walking tour guides. ‘Wonderwalk’ will be led by Nic, a friendly and entertaining tour guide, who wants you to fall in love with the music of Manchester as he did from an early age. With every stop, Nic will brighten and enlighten you with stories that combine the city’s rich musical history. You’ll be taken on a journey through the Rave Revolution, sparked by the hacienda, to the presence of reggae at Thirsty Scholar, not forgetting the classical opera scene at the Royal Northern College of Music and Bridgewater Hall. The tour champions the legacy of Madchester that will never be lost, but also supports and empowers our smaller venues (which is now more important than ever) who play a huge part in the city’s never-ending, unique music scene. Nic strongly believes music is for everyone. He will take you to the corners of the city’s community that inspire and introduce music, art and dance to those who are isolated or anxious. Nic lives his life by these words: music is medicine, music lifts your spirit, softens your heart and brings people together.

כל הפעילויות באזור Yorkshire

York Secrets & Legends Tour
The York Secrets & Legends Tour is a unique, fun and fascinating walking tour where you will discover secret places as well as uncover little-known tales from the history of the City. Where in York do you need to kiss so stay together forever? Where can you find the most haunted house in York? Which street was voted the most picturesque in Britain? Why is York the second capital of England? Ghosts, Harry Potter, kings, chocolate and even unicorns! There is something new and interesting for everyone whether you are local, tourist, adult or child. Follow me on this journey to learn about all of this and even more! “Still round the corner, there may wait, a new road or a secret gate.” J. R. R. Tolkien
Exploring Instagrammable York history
We'll meet outside York Library for a gentle 3 hour Photowalk, giving us loads of time for stories & photos. Along the way, I will provide tips and advice on how to capture captivating images of the city you will want to share. This is a friendly walk in a small group and we always take the time to introduce ourselves so that you will feel part of the group. We start with the stunning vaulted remains of the medieval hospital, the only surviving Roman walls you can walk on and the remains of the Roman fortress. We'll take the secret entrance into the enchanting Museum gardens to walk amongst the ruins of St Mary's Abbey. From there it's Henry VIII's glorious King's Manor and then through the ancient gateway for some spectacular and unusual views of York Minster. We will view the Minster up close and explore the alleyways to find the oldest house in the city, Barley Hall and the historic street of the ladies of the night. We will follow the Viking route back into the bustle, before we show you views of the Shambles most visitors miss. Then we take in York's best-kept secret Fossgate, before a hidden alley takes into a stunning Medieval Guildhall followed by a riverside walk to York Castle. Other things to note This is mostly an easy walk on solid ground. There will be opportunities for additional comfort breaks if required
Alpaca Walking Experience & Tour
At the start of our Alpaca Walking Experience (min. age 12 years old to lead an Alpaca) you will be introduced to the Alpaca story, dip you boots in our disinfectant to protect the farm's biosecurity, and then you will be able to choose which of our three Alpacas you would like to walk between you. Your guide will explain the do's and don'ts and you'll then embark on your 50/60 min walk around our beautiful farm under the watchful eye of Ed, Charlie, or Zac. Stopping along the way to admire the spectacular views, and scenery, you will almost certainly see some of the farm wildlife including Brown Hares, Barn Owls, Grey Partridge, Roe Deer and quite possibly our Curlew and wild hawks. You can swap who leads your new fury friend as often as you like during the walk allowing your partner to take some wonderful pictures! At the end of the walk you will also be able to enjoy some home baked cake, or a drink, in our gorgeous Jane's Dome (not included in price). Great for teams and great for team building. If coming by car please do not use the postcode with SatNav as most of the houses in and around the village of Acklam seem to share the same one! You'll end up in the middle of the village and may not see anyone to ask directions. ​ Instead, enter Acklam (North Yorkshire) and Thrussendale Rd -what3words ///submerge.pits.lollipop
Silver ring making in a jewellers studio
I will show you how to make your own sterling silver ring or bangle from scratch. We will start by working out a design and the size needed first in copper wire or sheet, and how to create textures using a rolling mill, hammers or punches. I will show you how to correctly use a jeweller's piercing saw to cut the metal. After annealing the metal using a blow torch, you'll form the ring or bangle, using a mallet to shape it to the mandrel. I will demonstrate how to solder the join, and then you'll get a go! You will make the final piece in silver to your own personal design. And then it gets a final finish burnished, matt or shiny... and you get to put it on and it's yours to keep...or give to someone special as a thoughtful gift. Other things to note We are dog-friendly...Truffe my soppy springer spaniel gets excited when we have visitors, let me know if you would like a less exuberant welcome! There are stairs to reach the studio and bathroom.
Pottery in the Peak District
Get your hands dirty in the pottery studio! You'll learn how to throw on a wheel and some simple creative techniques to make your pots special. Everyone will at the very least produce a cup and a dish, you'll be able to decorate your work and it'll be included in our next wood kiln firing. Other things to note This experience is tailored for people who are creative, you don't need any experience of pottery... but if you do, great, you can really push your creativity.
Sanctuary Tour with rescued animals
You will get to meet all of our rescues that are part of our huge fluffy family, all have names and a story to tell. You will meet our 150 plus sheep, from our "Pensioner group" to any new arrivals, our posh Valais sheep and our super cute badger boys. You will stop for no end of sheepish hugs with our family of lambs and sheep. Our woolies run to you not away and every guest has been shocked a how lovely sheep are. We will wander through the fields and you will see our highland cows edradore and gevan. You may get to meet teddy the bullock and kylie cow. Our midnight the turkey is very affectionate and heinz the cockerel is growing used to accepting treats from strangers. Every experience is different We will finish with vegan refreshments ~ tea and cream scones (please let us know if you need gluten free, or a different milk alternative to soya ~ in advance please ) The tour is an hour BUT it always lasts longer so allow up to 2 hours if you want to finish with tea & scones
Beekeeping Experience Session
Ever fancied trying beekeeping? Then our Beekeeping Taster Session is for you. Learn about and handle the tools of the trade and learn about our honey bees. We’ll provide you with a bee suit for your session. Visit the apiary with our experienced bee keeper and see first hand the structure of a hive and learn more about the process of honey making, then it’s time to have a go yourself! Under the watchful eye of our experienced beekeeper you will carry out an inspection of one of our hives! We’ll grab a photo of you in your beekeeping gear with your smoker and have a refreshing drink for you ready for after, where you can ask any further questions you may have. Now you can depart having had a new experience and a jar of honey to take with you!
Naze View Farm Alpaca Experience
You will arrive at the farm - which has wonderful views We will give you a short talk on the Alpacas; * how to keep you and your Alpaca safe * how to put your Alpaca at ease and gain the most from your experience. * the care and husbandry tasks for alpacas We will match you to the Alpaca which would suit you best, collect "the boys" and go for a walk around our farm - this will be through wooded areas and fields and we will stop to allow you time to pet the Alpacas and get to know them. PLEASE ENSURE YOU WEAR SUITABLE FOOTWEAR. We will have cuddles and photo opportunities and hand feed them. You will be able to feel some of their fleece and if you wish you can collect some alpaca poop if you wish to make some "fertiliser tea" once you return home to help your garden grow! You may have the chance to meet our Swiss Valais Blacknose sheep. You will leave the experience with increased knowledge about these wonderful animals and benefit from some time in their company. There are 3 alpacas, each visitor will have 1 alpaca each, if you have a group of more than 3 people, please get in touch. Alpacas are friendly animals who have a natural curiosity. They are nervous and can be startled easily so we try and minimise loud noises and quick movement, please ensure long hair is tied back. The experience is WEATHER DEPENDENT.
Wild swimming in the Peak District
Wild swimming is the most wonderful, liberating and powerful experience. Being at one with nature is simply incredible. We will meet and have a brief before heading to our 'spot' This is a guided and supported experience into cold and wild water. Talking and supporting you through each step to ensure the best experience for you.
Electric Mountain Biking Peak District
Using Electric Mountain bikes that make the uphills easy and the downhills fun. We will ride local trails from Buxton depending on the weather and conditions. We have routes for everyone, from beginner to those more experienced and include some lesser known trails off the beaten path. From the meeting point we will travel to our starting point, get you set up and comfortable on the bike. Then we will hit the hills, enjoy the views, fresh air and adventure. (Please enquire with me about taking a total of 3 people out. I do have enough bikes, it just depends on the size of bike available for each person's height.) Other things to note Be aware that cycling is a physical activity and we have some quite large hills. You need to be reasonably fit but the electric motors on the bikes really help . Bring appropriate clothing for the ride, no trailing fabric.
Yorkshire Moorland foraging walk
We will walk from Danby up onto the moors to forage for wild free food. we wil see and learn about the rich wild harvest found on the moors and valleys in on the north york moors.You will learn about the local foods we can eat including berries, flowers and herbs from area. I will teach you how to find and identify plants you can eat. We will find edible seasonal plants.I will explain how to prepare recipes and the uses of herbs, flowers and berries found . The foraging walk will include moorland, a secret valley and ancient woodlands You need to be able to walk over rough ground approximately 5 km. walks can be shortened by arrangement We will end at a cafe or pub for a drink or snack in Danby if you desire, possibly the excellent Danby bakery,the moors centre or the Duke of Wellington pub Other things to note Enjoy a special unique experience learning how to find natural plants you can use in a variety of ways including berries, nuts, seeds and leaves. Walking up a beautiful hidden valley onto the moorland edge at a slow pace so we can appreciate the moors Meet at the bakery in Danby.
Silversmith ring making workshop
When you arrive I will give you a quick tour of the workshop and get you an apron to get started on making your own piece of jewellery. You will learn how to measure, cut and texturise your silver before we solder the pieces of silver together. You will learn how to clean and prepare the silver ready for soldering and once soldered we will form our designs into shape using a hammer and mandrel finally pickling and polishing the jewellery ready to take home after your Experience Other things to note Our minimum age for workshops is 11 years old. We are accessible for wheelchair users.
Health & Wealth of York
The tour vividly illustrates the changing use of local buildings throughout time, and how entrepreneurs and health innovators, from William Thomas and Lord Burlington through to Joseph Terry and Joseph Rowntree have been crucial to the city’s ongoing development. It not only reflects the economic diversity of the city, but reveals a whole host of architectural gems that many visitors simply pass by and local residents take for granted in their busy lives. Other things to note All you need is pair of comfy shoes and an open mind to let yourselves being guided through the streets of York by Miles.
Valais Blacknose Sheep Walking In Whitby
You will meet and greet our beautiful Blacknose Valais sheep who just love the attention. The sheep will probably choose who he wants to walk with :0) We have Casanova (who likes to kiss) Prince jammie who is a real mummy's boy, his brother Humbug, Gogo the boss sheep whose gorgeous and he knows it, Rondo who loves to shout for attention and new boy Reggie We also have 3 very unusual Black, Blacknose Valais, who are to shy to walk on a lead with us yet but who knows what the future holds. We will take a walk around the grounds where you will see briefly our other residents (if you wish to do a full on sheep hugging tour then we now do a separate experience ) You'll have plenty of time to bond with your valais - one of the most peaceful, 'soft to the touch' animals you could hope to meet! Don't forget to take as many photos as you like to capture those all important memories. We will finish the walk with Vegan Tea & Scones in our shepherds hut (mini shop) where we sell handmade products using the wool from our rescued sheep Making memories to last a lifetime Other things to note We are a plant based, meat free site so please respect that. Children are welcome but must be with an adult.
Hand craft your own greenwood stool
A one day course will introduce you to the tools and techniques of greenwoodworking. Starting with wood in its log form you will cleave and shape the timber using traditional tools and techniques. Skills covered include timber selection, cleaving, side axing and shaping timber on a shave horse and many more. You will go home with your own hand crafted stool with a solid oak top. Other things to note We will be working outside some of the time so please check weather before hand and dress accordingly.