Issue № 20 — March 2020

Ideas and opportunities for group travel buyers. Brought to you by the team behind GTO magazine, the authoritative source of group travel knowledge.

Grapevine Nuggets

Life Stories exhibition at Chatsworth

A new exhibition, 'Life Stories', celebrating some of the most famous figures to have graced Chatsworth over the centuries will take centre stage in 2020 at the Derbyshire attraction when it opens on 21st March.


NYMR prepares for new season

The North Yorkshire Moors Railway is preparing for an exciting season when it opens on 6th April. Passengers can travel behind an historic steam locomotive and experience 24 miles of stunning scenery.


Celebrate 1920s at Blenheim

For those groups thinking of a trip to Blenheim Palace over the next few months, the Oxfordshire attraction is giving you the chance to travel back in time to the Roaring Twenties with new talks and teas.


Prince of Egypt extension

The Prince of Egypt, the new stage musical at London’s Dominion Theatre, has just released 100,000 new tickets, extending its run by a further seven weeks to Saturday 31st October 2020.


Upcoming events at Waddesdon  

From the opening of an exhibition on the role of books within the arts to the introduction of an evening of 'Fish and Fizz', there is lots to look forward to at Waddesdon Manor in Buckinghamshire.


Anglo-Saxon gallery for Tamworth

Summer 2020 will see Staffordshire’s Tamworth Castle unveil a new state-of-the-art gallery celebrating the town’s Anglo-Saxon history – including the forgotten ‘warrior queen’ Aethelflaed.


Victoria Baths 'Behind the Screens'

Victoria Baths in Manchester is opening its new season with a brand new tour that will take visitors ‘Behind the Screens’, revealing its starring role in many of the most popular, recent TV dramas.


Exhibition on smart devices at Bletchley 

Bletchley Park in Milton Keynes, the former top-secret home of the British World War Two Codebreakers, is to host Never Alone, looking at the impact of smart devices on everyday life.


Dine in style at Domaine de Chantilly 

Groups visiting the north of France can now discover the art of dining as it was for the Princes of Chantilly. The tour takes you through the history of French fine dining, its tableware and its conventions.


Grapevine Top Pick

As well as reading about the offers from Blenheim Palace and Waddesdon Manor in this edition of the Grapevine, why not be in with a chance of visiting these iconic attractions on a special readers’ day on Wednesday 20th May. The day includes a guided tour and lunch at Blenheim, the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill, before travelling on to Waddesdon Manor, the French renaissance-style chateau built by Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild.

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