LMG Book Club: Bollocks to Alton Towers: Uncommonly British Days Out

 

 

Bollocks to Alton Towers: Uncommonly British Days Out

This month’s addition to the LMG Book Club is: Bollocks to Alton Towers: Uncommonly British Days Out by Robin Halstead, Jason Hazeley, Alex Morris and Joel Morris.

The British have a reputation for being somewhat eccentric, and this book highlights this pretty accurately. This is a guide to a selection of the UK’s most unusual visitor attractions, perfect for a simple day out.

Some of these attractions are so down right bizarre that you’ll probably start by wondering why they even exist and who would want to go there, but by the end you’ll be considering how and when you can pay a visit yourself.

Highlights include The British Lawnmower Museum, Cumberland Pencil Museum, and House of Marbles.

 


 

Have you visited any of the attractions featured in this book? Where is the weirdest place you’ve visited in the UK? Let me know.

I am always looking for suggestions of books that can be added to the LMG Book Club.

 Have you read anything that inspired you to visit a particular place, or rekindled lost memories of a previous trip?

 Let me know in the comments.

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