Top Five Economical Breaks In England

Taking a break and visiting some hot spots need not always mean that you have to empty your pockets. Here are some fascinating ideas that can offer you budget breaks in England where you can venture into blue lagoons with the tropical fish and walk with your family into one of the historical museums.

Enjoy The Nottingham Cave Adventure
Nottingham Cave SandOffering one of the best in line city breaks is this stylish and compact city in the East Midlands. While shopping is one of the main attractions, the nightlife is next to none. It is a blend of modern and historical cultures with the art galleries and food menus topping the charts of some of the best in Europe. The caves of Nottingham are located beneath the crowded city. The vast interconnecting caves have a dark history. If you want a glimpse of that you can take the simple tour of the caves will do to get an idea about it. The Robinhood exhibition is worth the trip and so is the Sherwood Forest where kids can have a great day out.

The London Cultural Fiesta
London Cultural FiestaIf you are an art and history lover, you will love the free art galleries and museums in London. The Science Museum tour is lead by a cockroach and the natural history museum resembles as if you are caught amidst an earthquake. The V & A offers some of the finest design feats in the world and the expansive collection of jewellery can make you drool over. It is very convenient as there are three and all of them lay beside each other in Chelsea and the Royal Borough of Kensington. The National Portrait Gallery that is known for its close to real life paintings can thrill you with the eyes of David Beckham and William Shakespeare following you around the galleria.

Manchester – A Dream Home For The Footie
manchester united kingdomWith the Football league going way past 125 years, Manchester is the place you need to be if you are a Football lover. The National Football Museum is where you can pay tribute to the football heroes like Beckham, Moore and Charlton. Irrespective of whether you are a footie lover or not, this museum will take you through the history, the highs and lows of one of the world’s most followed sports. It is also possible for you to dress up like your favourite footballer and swell in the moment. Apart from Football, there is the Imperial War Museum where young kids can dress up like soldiers and relive history for a brief moment.

Travel The World and Beyond In Liverpool
The World Museum is a fabulous option if you want to spend less and enjoy more in Liverpool. Here it is possible for you to venture into space, walk with the clouds, take a dip at the blue lagoons and even come up close with centipedes and spiders at the Bug House. Larger than life interactive models and displays that include a giant spider and the two metre animatronic fly to make it creepier for the visitors. Heading to Crosby Beach, you can witness the handwork of men on the shores with hundreds of iron human figurines studded along the white sands of the bay, gazing out at sea and submerging with the incoming tide.

Enter The Battle Ground At Leeds
England has a long military history and the scraps of those can be found at the free-to-enter Royal Armouries at Leeds. It boasts of a collection of 70,000 armouries all together each talking about the fair share of England in the wars of the past. If you are there at the right time, you can get lucky to witness Henry VIII-style battles that are performed for the tourists. In the midst of it all is the truly magnificent Hall of Steel where the 17th century armoury and the 19th century military equipments are displayed.

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  1. Anything that is cheap and good, I am game for it. Thanks for the tip, will help when I tour England later this year.

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