Top 5 places to visit in Sunderland 2019 - 2020
Updated: Sep 30, 2019
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Planning your group day out can be very stressful and many things need to be organized such as hotels, transport, flights, itinerary and much more. Transport Advisor have put a list of the Top 5 destinations in Sunderland as a suggestion to help you out. If you require any transport for your perfect group day out you can visit our website www.transportadvisor.co.uk or email us with your group transport requirements at email@example.com
1 Sunderland Dry Ski Slope
Sunderland’s Excellent skiing and snowboarding Center complete with three ski slopes, a floodlit 3G football pitch, and athletics track. The main slope measures at 160m, which is floodlit and misted so people can enjoy the night sky as they ski. The other two slopes are dedicated Beginner ski slopes perfect for birthday parties and corporate events. Their certified staff ensures safety and fun additionally lessons are offered by highly qualified instructors for people of all abilities.
2 Sunderland Land Sea and Air Museum
Sunderland’s premier collection of Aviation History and the largest collection from Yorkshire to Scotland. With over thirty aircraft on display where you can witness the progression of technology and innovation throughout history. As well as various rare and innovative aero engines.
There are other interesting air-related exhibits from nose sections to anti-aircraft guns and more.
3 Sunderland Museum and Winter Gardens
Sunderland Museum & Winter Gardens is an excellent stop for groups to spend a day exploring the wonders within. The museum has four floors of Spectacular galleries and exhibitions waiting to be discovered. Learn about Sunderland's history and how people lived. A program of special exhibitions features both our own amazing collections as well as some of the UK’s national treasures.
4 National Glass Center
Discover the origins of British glass, how it’s made and why Sunderland has such a rich glass-making heritage. Immerse yourself in beautiful expertly crafted exhibitions. There are even 6 live demonstrations per day performed by expert glassmakers. Some exhibitions are seasonal, no matter what you’ll be amazed. Their gift shop offers many handcrafted pieces and kids love the exotic marbles.
5 Herrington Country Park
Herrington Park is a great place for nature and wildlife enthusiasts with many walkways, a lake and a park for kids. Penshaw Monument which dominates the landscape provides a brilliant landscape and view of the city, it was built as a memorial to John Lambton's work on the Durham report, The report recommended self-governance for advanced colonies and became one of the most important documents in the whole of the British Empire!
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