Thinking of going as a group?
Anyone interested in the opportunities to enjoy travel and leisure trips by going in a group, will find lots of ideas and deals at the GO Travel Show 2019, which takes place on Tuesday 16th April at Kempton Park Racecourse.Now in its fourth year, the free to enter show runs from 10.30 until 16.00 and is designed to help group travel planners meet travel trade suppliers in a relaxing and friendly environment and explore all they have to offer. Group leaders and trip planners can gain inspiration for new itineraries and do business, and also enjoy some entertainment both inside and outside the show space in the Grandstand.
More than 125 exhibitors have already confirmed for the GO Travel Show, and each will bring their latest news for group visits and members of their team able to suggest ways to tailor visits to suit the interests of different types of groups, and the special offers available to group buyers.
Amongst exhibitors already signed up are the Association of Tourist Attractions in Kent, the Royal Horticultural Society, Royal Airforce Museum London, Musical Heritage, Away Resorts, Houses of Parliament, Brooklands Museum, French Brothers, river cruises, GreatDays Travel Group, Warner Leisure Hotels, Travel Editions, Hever Castle, Historic Royal Palaces, Poole Attractions, Royal Botanic Garden Kew, Savill Garden Windsor, St Paul’s Cathedral, Sussex Top Attractions, West Somerset Railway, Hospitality Line, City Cruises, Abacus Hotels, Cruise & Maritime Voyages and Daish’s Holidays.
Familiarisation visits and entertainment organised for the day include sampling the Jockey Club’s VIP Box, a late afternoon visit to nearby RHS Garden Wisley, and trips taking visitors back in time to the Swinging Sixties on a heritage double decker bus with Musical Heritage, London.
There’ll be costume re-enactors, including Florence Nightingale, wizards from Black Knight Historical Abramelin and Melchizadek, plus cast members from the hit musical Wicked, and characters from the Faulty Towers and Only Fools, the (cushty) Dining Experience.
Travel planners looking to attend the show can book a free seat on one of seven coaches travelling from 30 plus destinations to the show in the South East and Midlands, apply for discounted rail travel or enjoy free parking at the event.
Potential exhibitors can pledge their interest by booking a stand, and the show’s Director, Darryl Murdoch, will get in touch.