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Holidays To East Midlands

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The East Midlands is one of nine official regions of England. The eastern part of the midlands, the region consists of Derbyshire, Leicestershire, most of Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire and Rutland. The region has a population of over 4.5 million, and is home to four major cities – Derby, Leicester, Lincoln, and Nottingham. The significance of this region was enhanced by the British Railways and National Motorway networks. Your holidays to East Midlands can be anything you want it to be, as there are plenty of vibrant counties and cities that can be found in the region. Visit all these cities to experience their similarities and differences, or pick one city and enjoy it for a longer time, the choice is up to you. The cities are not the only attractions in the region. The smaller boroughs and towns offer special experiences for those willing to find them. Travel Center offers all inclusive holidays to make your trip to any location in the East Midlands a memorable one. Get in touch with one of our experts today, and leave everything to us. Book holidays to East Midlands with us and experience this vibrant and attractive region of England at its very best.


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Time Zone

UTC+00:00 hours

Airlines Flying

British Airways, FlyBE, Aer Lingus



Best Time to Travel

June to September

Modes of Transport

Plane, Taxi, Train, Bus, Car

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP

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Wild Park Brailsford

Wild Park Brailsford is an adrenaline junkie’s haven. There are varied fun activities to thrill holiday makers of all ages. Indulge in an amicable paintball fight, laser tag competition or kick up the dust on a quad bike.

Derby Gaol

This is the most superstitious spot in the East Midlands; calling all ghost hunters and enthusiasts of the paranormal the Derby Gaol promises to thrill. Constructed in the 18th century this gaol was where unfortunate prisoners were kept until being executed. Available are spine chilling ‘Ghost Walk’ tours.

Royal Crown Derby

All lovers of fine art and things of beauty should visit the Royal Crown Derby. The factory manufactures the most exquisite Fine Bone Chinaware. Guided tours of the whole complex in which the manufacture process is explained in detail are quite fascinating. Witness the hand-crafting process that is over 250 years old.

Kedleston Hall

Location for Hollywood blockbuster movie the ‘Duchess’; Kedleston Hall takes you right smack into a movie set. The vintage Georgian décor and impressive architectural stylings will impress all culture buffs.

Donnington Gran Prix

Witness the world’s largest Grand Prix collection at Donnington. Sure to impress all race fans the tracks are a chronological location for learning about Grand Prix history. On display are some of the most prominent cars in racing history; including the car driven by legendary Sterling Moss at the time of winning the Monaco Grand Prix in 1961.


Located within the central area of the National Forest; Conkers is a fun centre for the entire family. Take a tour of the Enchanted Forest where you climb up ropes, cross drawbridges and have magical encounters. Enjoy trekking and the views from lookout points.

Tutbury Castle

Historical Tutbury Castle was once the prison of Mary Queen of Scots for 18 long years. The vintage medieval castle is from the 12th century and is well perched on a panoramic hill. Enjoy the bird’s eye view of the East Midlands from there. Perchance sightings of the queen’s ghost, is on the cards folks!

Burton-Upon-Trent: The National Brewery Centre

This is a cosy little town that sits on the western end of the East Midlands. A traditional and historical place well known for its brewing history; the brewery is an ideal scout for learning about traditional brewing methods. Sampling freshly made beer is the highlight of the tour.

East Midlands Aeropark

The East Midlands Aeropark is highly recommended to all aviation fans. It is situated just 170 metres from the main airport and is a marvellous museum that houses many vintage aircrafts. The fascinating air crafts offer unique features to marvel including a Rolls Royce engine and views of aircrafts landing and taking off.

Carsington Water

The water park offers numerous water based activities that entice the entire family. Carsington Water Park is where one may indulge in sailing, kayaking, fly fishing and surfing. The activities are aimed at people of all ages.