10 of the most Instagrammable UK destinations to inspire your bank holiday travel

Buzzing for the four day weekend? Then forget lounging on the sofa, scrolling through your Insta feed. We’ve done the hard work for you and have found 10 of the most Insta-worthy UK destinations you NEED to visit this bank holiday.

Boxpark, Shoreditch, London

If you like street food and shopping, you’ll love Boxpark, a charming dining meets shopping destination standing proudly in the heart of London’s quirky Shoreditch.

Ghetto Golf, Digbeth, Birmingham

Ghetto Golf is a seriously twisted 18 hole mini golf experience that has taken Birmingham by storm in the last year. Expect graffiti art, cocktails and epic sets from local DJs.

Stratford-upon-Avon Butterfly Farm

Stratford-upon-Avon Butterfly Farm is a wonderful world of free-flying butterflies and, thanks to its large greenhouses, you can bask in the beauty of nature, whatever the weather.

Northern Quarter, Manchester

bloody love Manchester on a sunny day

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Achingly hip and uber trendy, Manchester’s Northern Quarter is home to vibrant street art, bohemian bars and some of the city’s liveliest music venues.

Yorkshire Sculpture Park

took way too many pics at ysp today (peek george falling in pic 5)🌻🌞

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Combining art and the outdoors, Yorkshire Sculpture Park is a free attraction filled with works by famous sculptors such as Barbara Hepworth.

Cardiff Castle

The Cardiff Castle is mine👌#wales #cardiff #cardiffcastle

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Travel back in time for some historic family fun at Cardiff Castle. From seeing the Trebuchet in action to watching battle reenactments, there’s endless entertainment in store for the kids.

River Cam, Cambridge

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It’s no secret that Cambridge is a cultural hotspot and for some of the best views of King’s College Chapel and the Bridge of Sighs, go on a traditional punting tour along the River Cam.

Playground Coffee House, Bristol

Swing seats & cups of tea. ❤ . . . . . #bristol #coffeehouse #swings #cafe

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Be a big kid this bank holiday with a visit to Bristol’s Playground Coffee Cafe, where you can play board games, drink artisan coffee, and get that perfect Insta shot on a wooden swing!

Royal Pavilion, Brighton

Did you know? Brighton is home to an exotic palace! The Royal Pavilion was built as a seaside resort for King George IV and has gorgeous gardens ideal for a summer stroll.

Gyllyngvase Beach, Falmouth, Cornwall

Clear blue seas and golden sands galore, Gyllyngvase Beach is a beauty. We’d recommend having a bite to eat at its award-winning cafe, or enjoying a visit to the nearby Pendennis Castle.

Whether you want to take in swoonworthy sights or are simply just going for the Instagram glory (we’re not judging), it’s time to stop looking and get booking your bank holiday coach travel with us!

 

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