Frommer's Britain For Free: Great Days Out That Won't Break The Bank

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Wiley, May 27, 2010 - Travel - 264 pages
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Packed with over 300 inspiring attractions, this book shows you how to get the most out of your free time - without spending a penny. The authors have trailed the length and breadth of Britain (with children in tow) to track down and test the best attractions, and undiscovered experiences.

Britain for Free is an inspiring, funny and honest account of the best of Britain’s museums, parks, galleries, wildlife, eccentricities and downright oddness.

Britain For Free also features detailed, practical information with tips and advice and rainy day options. Each entry will also include additional features such as “Well I Never” (fascinating facts), Heads Up (for local tips), and some for children such as “Horrible History” icons and throughout the book specifying who each attraction would suit best (young children, teenagers, grandparents, active travellers etc).

  • Covers all regions of Great Britain and each entry has all the information you need including websites, local amenities, opening times and travel advice
  • Entries include: The Winter Garden, Sheffield; Wild Camping, Scotland; Dolphin Spotting at Chanonry Point, Moray Firth; Mudchute Park and Farm in the shadow of Canary Wharf; Egyptian mummies at the British Museum
  • Includes unusual museums, inspiring galleries and fantastic outdoor spaces to enjoy for free, plus: amenities listings and food & drink options

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About the author (2010)

Ben Hatch started out as a tea boy in the Royal Bank of Scotland. He became a recruitment consultant, sold advertising space then lawnmowers, worked in a video shop, as a postman and on the McDonald chicken sandwich station before finally becoming a journalist on various local papers. He quit reporting to become a novelist in 1997. He has written two works of Comedy fiction, The Lawnmower Celebrity and The International Gooseberry and is now on his third. Ben was tempted into travel writing by his wife Dinah who he lives with in Brighton. Together they authored Frommer?s Scotland With Your Family and Frommer?s England With Your Family.

Dinah Hatch went into travel journalism after deciding that crime reporting for local papers involved just a few too many evenings talking to dodgy people in dark alleys. Since then she has worked for a variety of national newspapers, magazines, trade publications and websites and writes extensively for the travel industry. Dinah co-authored Frommer?s Scotland With Your Family and Frommer?s England With Your Family.

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