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Wyvern Omnibus providing classic and Vintage bus hire throughout the West Midlands, Worcestershire, 

Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, Shropshire and Warwickshire

Day Trips

Getaway for a day and escape to somewhere new, our day trips are the perfect opportunity to try something different.

Take a ride in one of the modern coaches and take in tours to cultural cities and sights from Oxford to Wells, coach trips to historic homes and gardens from Stow on the Wold to Chester, shopping havens and exhibitions, rural retreats and much, much more!

Pick up locations

Stourport High Street - 0700, Bewdley (Hop Pole PH), Bewdley (High Street) - 0730, Bewdley (Catchams End), Kidderminster (Hospital), Kidderminster (Bus Station) - 0800, Cutnall Green (The Chequers PH), Droitwich (Ombersley Street) - 0830.

We can pick up at other locations along the route subject to an agreement before the day.

Abergavenny Market

Tuesday 20th July

Abergavenny Market is a lively and bustling market in the centre of Abergavenny. Located right in the heart of town, Abergavenny Market truly is the life and soul of this historic town.

We host a variety of regular markets throughout the year, offering fresh locally made produce, delicious cakes & treats, antiques, arts & crafts and much more.

£20 Per Person

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Wells & Clarkes Outlet Shopping Village

Tuesday 27th July

Not many cities the size of Wells can boast so many beautiful landmarks - but that’s probably why it’s a key stop on any tour of Somerset. The smallest city in England, thanks to its incredible Gothic cathedral, Wells blends small-town charm with the confidence of international fame - many international film and TV series continue to be filmed here each year. 

£20 Per Person

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Weston-Super-Mare

Tuesday 3rd August 

Weston-Super-Mare is Somerset’s best known holiday resort. Located in a sheltered bay at the foot of the Mendip Hills, it enjoys views across the Bristol Channel to South Wales. There are charming Victorian and Edwardian terraces, colourful parks and sandy beaches.

£20 Per Person

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Cheddar Gorge & Glastonbury

Tuesday 10th August 

Explore Britain’s biggest gorge, from the stunning stalactite caverns to the dramatic cliffs rising over 450ft. This world-famous site is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which reveals many hidden secrets including fascinating stories of our prehistoric ancestors. In the afternoon we visit Glastonbury, Small in size but rich in offerings, this Somerset town is a centre of New Age culture, rumoured to be the final resting place of King Arthur and most famously, home to the legendary Glastonbury festival.

£20 Per Person

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Cardiff & Barry Island

Tuesday 17th August

Within the compact city centre, you'll find unique attractions and quality shopping with a difference. Innovative architecture sits alongside historic buildings and the bustle of the city centre is only a few strides from acres of peaceful parklands. You can alternatively stay on board and travel to Barry Island with its golden beaches, cafes and family amusements.

£20 Per Person

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Llandudno & Colwyn Bay

Tuesday 24th August

Who could possibly argue with that while strolling along Llandudno’s elegant promenade past pastel-coloured hotels and impeccably authentic seafront architecture just like Victorians did? All that’s needed to complete the picture is a frilly parasol (for the ladies) and straw boater (for the gentlemen).

Llandudno’s appearance is down to the fact that, unlike most other resorts, it has remained largely unchanged for over a century. There’s a pier (the longest in Wales) and Punch and Judy, donkey rides on the beach and canopied shopping streets just behind the prom. Put simply, Llandudno is a classic of its kind.

£20 Per Person

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Bourton on the Water & Stow on the Wold

Thursday 22nd July

We visit Bourton on the Water with its quaint shops and attractions and Stow, home to antique shops and tea rooms.

£20 Per Person

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Aberystwyth

Thursday 29th July  

It's one of the biggest towns in Mid Wales and home to the University of Aberystwyth and Bronglais Hospital, helping make this coastal town a diverse and vibrant place to live, work and visit. Aberystwyth town centre is spread around a variety of interesting roads - the street names and architecture reflect the history and growth of the town since the Middle Ages. You can expect to hear plenty of people using Welsh as they go about their daily lives.

£25 Per Person

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Liverpool

Thursday 5th August

There is plenty of things to do and see in Liverpool, the birthplace of the legendary pop group The Beatles. You can visit the Anglican or Metropolitan Cathedral which are fine examples of internationally recognised architecture. There is also the Walker Art gallery, numerous theatres, The Beatles Magical Mystery Tour (one of the many Beatles attractions), and a vast array of shops and restaurants - a splendid time is guaranteed for all!!!

£20 Per Person

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Buxton & Matlock

Thursday 12th August 

We visit Buxton to give you the opportunity to see the Victorian and Georgian architecture of this amazing Spa town nestled deep in The Peak District. It boasts many independent shops and restaurants.

£20 Per Person

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Chester

Thursday 19th August

Free time to spend as you wish in Chester. Awash with history and heritage and famous for its unforgettable half-timbered buildings, Chester has a gentle medieval air. Chester is home to the unique 13th-century rows, half-timbered galleried shops, the largest Roman amphitheatre in Britain and a glorious cathedral.

£20 Adult

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Bicester Shopping Village & Oxford

Thursday 26th August

Bicester Village is home to more than 160 boutiques of leading brands, each offering savings of up to 60% on the recommended retail price all year round. On your visit, you'll find everything from chic restaurants to creative pop-ups and art exhibitions.

Following on from this we take a visit to Oxford, which dates back to Saxon times, is a trip into the brains of a nation. Oxford is home to Britain’s oldest university and a wealth of other historic attractions. Explore the culture, Egyptian mummies and contemporary art at the Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology, delve into the past at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History and the Pitt Rivers Museum, or step back in history among the Norman ruins of Oxford Castle.

£20 Per Person

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