Guidance for travel in Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Summer is upon us and we are beginning to re-open, providing ample opportunity to start dreaming of your next trip – from wandering our award-winning coastlines, to exploring our green spaces and getting inspired in our cities.

For the moment, quarantine is still in place for some international visitors and those returning to Great Britain and Northern Ireland. So, before you start planning your next adventure, we recommend checking the latest government advice and local guidance on travel so you’re in the know before you go.

Many attractions are starting to welcome visitors back in their own unique ways. From pre-booked time slots and limits on visitor numbers to one-way systems and other directives, there are plenty of measures in place to help you enjoy your travels.

It’s important to remember to check the official websites of organisations and visitor attractions in advance, to ensure you’re up to date on opening hours and any measures in place. So whether you plan to explore our gardens, parks and beaches, or our safari parks, zoos and historic sites, you’ll be able to do so with confidence. 

Please keep in mind that England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland currently have different guidelines, advice and timelines for re-opening tourism. Localised lockdowns could also be implemented across Great Britain and Northern Ireland at different times, so please make sure you check the respective official sources for information before you travel.

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