Please note that there are two pick-up points for every International Society trip. The main pick-up point is the International Society building; the coaches park where Dover Street meets Oxford Road. This pick-up takes place at the time stated on the website and on your ticket. The coach also picks up from The University of Salford's Maxwell building. This pick-up takes place 30 minutes before the time stated on the website and on your ticket.

North Wales visiting Bodnant Gardens and Penrhyn Castle

Saturday 6th May
8:30am – 7:30pm
(Salford pick-up 8:00 am)
£25 members
£30 non-members
£20 children aged 5-16
£10 children aged 2-4
(includes entrance to gardens and castles)

The first stop of the day will be Bodnant Gardens, one of the most beautiful gardens in the UK housing a large selection of plants from all over the world and a chance to see the impressive laburnum arch. The second stop of the day will be Penrhyn Castle, an interesting fantasy castle with spectacular grounds and views of Snowdonia. There is also a dolls museum, railway museum and adventure playground for children.

North Lake District - Keswick

Sunday 7th May
(Salford pick-up 8:00 am)
£20 members
£25 non-members
£15 children aged 2-16

Keswick is a pretty market town in North Cumbria with lots to do whether it be a boat ride on the Derwent Water or exploring the town’s many shops and museums.  Keswick is also a perfect base for a day’s walking in the countryside – the landscape around Derwent Water is spectacular and varied.   One particularly beautiful walk is that to Castlerigg Stone Circle just outside Keswick town centre!


Saturday 13th May
8:30am – 7:30pm
(Salford pick-up 8:00 am)
£18 members
£23 non-members
£13 children aged 2-16

York is an attractive historic city in Yorkshire. You will have the entire day to spend at your leisure exploring the city at your own pace taking in the medieval Shambles, the York Minster and perhaps learning something about the city’s Viking history! An interesting day out for individuals and families alike.  There are plenty of attractions for children to enjoy … of special interest is the Jorvik Viking Centre where you can relive the sights and sounds of York in the Viking Age!


Sunday 14th May
8:30 am – 8:00 pm
(Salford pick-up 8:00 am)
£20 members
£25 non-members
£15 children aged 2-16

Whitby, an ancient fishing port set on the North Sea, considered to be one of the most interesting and attractive seaside towns.  There is the opportunity to visit the locations where the author Bram Stoker set his novel “Dracula”, visit the 13th Century Abbey, stroll around the harbour or visit the Captain Cook museum as well as enjoy the fresh air of a day at the seaside and maybe sample the best fish and chips!

Oxford (with guided tour)

Saturday 20th May
8:00 am – 9:00 pm
(Salford pick-up 7:30 am)
£26 members
£31 non-members
£21 children aged 2-16
(includes guided walking tour)

Oxford is world famous for being a great University City. You will have the entire day here to spend at your leisure … either visiting the many University colleges or some of the city’s interesting museums and Art Galleries!

North Wales visiting Anglesey (with full day guided tour)

Saturday 27th May
8:30 am – 7:30 pm
(Salford pick-up 8:00 am)
£22 members
£27 non-members
£17 children aged 2-16
(includes guided tour)

Anglesey is the largest island in England and Wales!   It is an island famous for its historic sites and its coastline and has been designated an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty! A professional guide from the North Wales Tourist Office will accompany the trip to give you insight into the history and culture of this very interesting island!

Warwick Castle (War of the Roses live!)

Sunday 28th May
8:00 am – 8:00 pm
(Salford pick-up 7:30 am)
£35 members
£40 non-members
£30 children aged 3-12
FREE to children aged 2 and under
(includes castle entrance ticket with castle dungeons included)

Warwick Castle, an impressive medieval fortress has stood on the banks of the River Avon for 1,100 years! It offers a great day out – explore the 17th century state rooms, climb to the top of the castle’s towers and ramparts, wander through the landscaped gardens, or watch a bird of prey show. In addition, today, there is an epic battle for the English throne! Pledge your allegiance! Will you cheer on House of York or the House of Lancaster? The War of the Roses live action show takes place with perilous stunt riders, fearless jousting and special effects! Entrance ticket also includes entrance to the 50 minute walk through castle dungeons .. but will you be brave enough to enter?


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