Historic Houses and Gardens
In celebration of England’s historic houses and gardens the British Tourism & Travel Show is delighted to announce a revamped feature for 2017. This dedicated area showcases classic attractions from across the British Isles and offers a wealth of ideas and inspiration for a range of group trips and tours.
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- Waterperry Gardens
- Sulgrave Manor
- National Trust – Canons Ashby
- Dartington Hall
- Llancaiach Fawr Manor
The 2017 show sees the return of our regional pavilions.
We are delighted to be welcoming pavilions and exhibitors representing the length and breadth of the British Isles.
- Visit Wales
- Tourism Ireland
- Experience Scotland
- Tourism South East
Grab a coffee, plan the next part of your day and relax in the Meeting Area towards the back of the show near the cafe. This is the perfect place to hold informal meetings, network and have discussions with any exhibitors and visitors you wish to connect with.
Our revamped 2017 Meeting Planner is your invaluable guide to all that is on at the show.
Be sure to leverage the power of this service before and during the event. It allows you to plan your day and use your time at the show to maximum effect.
Start by viewing the conference programme and choosing any sessions you would like to attend, then search the exhibitor directory and book appointments. The system also features a “My Event” page, where you will be able to see your personalised itinerary.
Once again, the Keynote Theatre will play host to high profile speakers and industry experts including Julia Bradbury, Benjamin Mee – the inspiration for the Hollywood film We Bought a Zoo, alongside big brands such as Travelzoo.
These sessions are free to attend and are set to be standing room only so head to the theatre ahead of time to secure a seat. For the full Keynote Theatre seminar programme, please click here.