Virtual discoveries: experience destinations in England

Start planning for your future events. From stately homes in the middle of beautiful countryside, to beach-side venues overlooking the sea and vibrant cities with world-class convention centres, England has so much to offer.

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Canterbury, Kent

Canterbury

 Punting between houses in Canterbury, Kent, England.

Made famous by Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales, the university city boasts some of England’s finest medieval architecture. Virtually explore Canterbury’s city, coast and countryside from the comfort of your own home on the Visit Canterbury website. Discover a plethora of historical sites, including the world-famous Canterbury Cathedral which houses the shrine of medieval archbishop Thomas Beckett.

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Bath and Bristol

Bath & Bristol

Bath, Somerset, England. A couple, man and woman, walking along a promenade by the river Avon near illuminated 18th century Pulteney Bridge.

Start off your virtual journey by exploring Bristol, England’s largest city in the South West. From historic ships to planetariums, on this virtual tour you can wonder between some of the UK’s most unique venues whilst discovering more about this lively university city. Located just 35 minutes from Bristol, the UNESCO World Heritage site of Bath is famed for its magnificent Roman spa and elegant Georgian architecture. With more museums in a square mile than any other English city, there is much to explore in this historical destination. Take a look at the Go Bath Bristol website to view a list of the best virtual venue tours in Bath, Bristol and beyond.

 

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NewcastleGateshead

NewcastleGateshead

Newcastle, Tyne and Wear. View across the river Tyne at Quayside with the Baltic and Gateshead Millennium Bridge.

With 2,000 years of history, this iconic northern city offers delegates a warm Geordie welcome and vibrant cultural scene. NewcastleGateshead has an abundance of culture and heritage for you to explore, including a deep-rooted history, buzzing food scene and a wide-selection of leading venues. Take a look at these virtual tours of some of the destinations leading venues and experiences, including the Beamish Museum and Life Science Centre.

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West Midlands

Birmingham & the West Midlands

 View of Warwick Castle, a medieval castle, from the River Avon. Grand imposing castle with medieval and Victorian buildings. River Avon.

Located in the heart of the UK, the West Midlands offers delegates an exciting experience for events of all sizes. Take advantage of this selection of online tours and get a taste of what this thriving region has to offer. Take a step back in time and wonder the halls of Warwick Castle on this virtual tour, originally built by William the Conqueror in 1068. Or explore the diverse city of Birmingham, offering more Michelin-starred restaurants than any other city outside of London and the home of two of the UK’s leading convention centres – ICC Birmingham and NEC Birmingham.

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English Riviera, South Devon

English Riviera

 Steam train on the Dartmouth Steam Railway line, approaching Churston running along the coastline.

From bustling sandy beaches to secluded coves, get to know the beauty of the English Riviera with this selection of virtual tours and online activities. Made up of Torquay, Brixham and Paignton, the English Riviera is one of England’s hidden gems that offers a beautiful and practical location for business events in the South West. From the famous Brixham Fish Market to the purpose-built Riviera International Conference Centre, this extraordinary destination offers stress-free environments to do business. 

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27 Nov 2020(last updated)
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    Canterbury

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    Bath & Bristol

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    NewcastleGateshead

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    Birmingham & the West Midlands

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    English Riviera

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