Nostalgia event breaks

Diana - Her Fashion Story
The Flying Scotsman
Kynren - An Epic Tale of England
Haworth 1940s
Spice Girls Exhibition
Brighouse 1940s celebrations
Lancashire 1940s

Nostalgia event breaks by coach

Always reminiscing and harking back fondly to the good old days?

Journey back in time to celebrate some of the most iconic decades in British history in the most authentic fashion possible - on a nostalgia weekend with National Holidays.

Whether you want to relive childhood memories, rekindle your youth or experience what life was really like in bygone days, nostalgia themed weekends are a great way to take a trip down memory lane and enjoy the sights and sounds all over again.

With National Holidays you can visit some of the biggest nostalgia weekends across the UK, with hotel accommodation and coach travel throughout included in the great value price. Search today.

 

Nostalgic Events and Breaks

The Flying Scotsman

Let's not forget The legendary green locomotive, the 60103 Flying Scotsman is back on the track after a £4.2 million refurbishment. Built in Doncaster and launched in 1923, the Scotsman is one of the most powerful locomotives to ever journey on Britain’s railways, a symbol of express travel which captured the nation’s hearts in much the same way as Concorde. The Flying Scotsman enjoyed an illustrious career. In 1928 it grabbed the headlines for being the first train to run a non-stop service from London to Edinburgh in just eight hours. Six years later on a special test run it was the first steam train to reach 100mph.

Diana: Her Fashion Story

Described as the definitive dress exhibition, Diana: Her Fashion Story journeys through the style, glamour and elegance of Diana, Princess of Wales' most iconic fashion pieces. Featuring items such as the ink blue velvet dress gown, famously worn when she danced with John Travolta at the White House, as well as her statement denim shirt and Armani Chinos worn on her visit to the landmine fields ofAngola in 1997. 

As well as this, designer sketches and never-before displayed outfits will be presented - a unique and thrilling must-see for any Lady Diana fan!

SPICEUP: An Exhibition about The Spice Girls

Explore the wacky costumes and history behind the biggest girl band phenomenon the world has ever seen, The Spice Girls! Featuring all the sequins, union flag prints and platforms you could want plus with extra activities including dance classes and bus tours, this exhibition promises to pay the ultimate homage to this iconic fivesome.

Already set to be hugely popular, spice up your life and say you'll be there by booking onto a tour today!

Kynren: An Epic Tale of England

Beginning as the sun sets and ending under a canopy of stars, the 90 minute extravaganza Kynren: An Epic Tale of England is an open air theatre experience taking you from the beginning of the British Isles right through to the industrial era. Dripping in mythology, ancient legends and historic feuds, the battle for Britain is a long and winding one full of bloodshed and intrigue. Told beautifully by 1,500 strong cast and crew, this theatrical production includes dance, combat, pyrotechnics and equestrianism for gripping family experience you’ll never forget!

Nostalgic Weekends from Wartime and beyond!

Nostalgia Weekends are all the rage and have boomed in popularity across the UK in recent years as towns up and down the country turn back the clock to celebrate key moments in British history.

From the British wartime effort of the 40s, to the Swinging Sixties and Groovy Seventies, you can celebrate your favourite decades with National Holidays.

Of course, the most popular nostalgia events are centred on the country’s wartime effort and provide a chance to recapture the make do and mend spirit of the time.

1940s

Nowhere creates the authentic atmosphere of 1940s quite like the Yorkshire towns of Haworth, Grassington and Brighouse.

Enjoy live re-enactments of key battles, grab a piece of history at the stalls selling wartime paraphernalia, wander around the military vehicles and aircraft on display, learn the art of Lindy Hop Dancing and sing along to wartime favourites. Hear rallying speeches from the monarch of the time George VI and wartime Prime Ministers Winston Churchill and Neville Chamberlain.

Why not add enter the spirit yourself by dressing up in your finest wartime gear?

For a wartime weekend with a difference you can travel on vintage carriages of the North York Moors Steam Railway or East Lancashire Railway and see the quaint stations of the heritage line transformed to perfectly replicate the war period.

1960s

North York Moors Steam railway also provides the chance to celebrate the swinging sixties! Aboard the trains in North Yorkshire, at each stop there’s live music and plenty of people celebrating the incredible decade that was the 1960’s. With plenty of events and things to see and enjoy, dig out your hippy outfits and your Beatles records for this day out for all the family.

Whatever the era, celebrate it with a National Holidays break. With a wide variety of types, you're sure to find one to suit you! Remember, you don't need a passport to travel back in time!

Travel through eras and book a nostalgic break now using the holiday search box!

 

 

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