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Very reasonably priced cruise and quite informative given that it is only around 30 minutes each way. Get your timings right and this is an easy/pleasant way for visitor's to Manchester to get out to the Quay area and take in the various attractions for a couple of hours
I’m not from the UK, I’m visiting from New Zealand Loved this wee canal trip. Filled in time while my husband was in his HR Conference
My mum had this for her 70th birthday and she loved it, Josh the tour guide was Brill and got everyone to sing happy birthday to her at the end
Great tour and very interesting but sorry we didn't get to see museum properly as we didn't have time.
On August 14, 2018 we joined the "Lake District Tour from Manchster", organised by Mountain Goat Tours & Holidays. We had booked the tour online from “Get Your Guide”. The tour started at 9 AM and lasted around 7 PM. Our first stop was at the tourist office of the organizers at Windermere, a small but beautiful railway station. Next stop was at hill top and then visited Beatrix Potter's 17th-century farmhouse and gardens. Potter a writer, illustrator, natural scientist, and conservationist best known for her children's books featuring animals, such as those in The Tale of Peter Rabbit. She is credited with preserving much of the land that now constitutes the Lake District National Park. Lunch time was at a village Hawkshead , famous for its Old Grammar School where William Wordsworth was a student. Finally, but not the least, the cruise in lake Windermere. All in all it was a lifetime experience. The whole tour was well organized and our guide Carl and Mathew mesmerized everybody p