After many months of planning, my wife and I are looking forward to leaving September 4 for a 12 day car trip through the English countryside - Cotswolds, Peaks, Lakes, and ending in Edinburgh.
Since we will have three days in each area we have some flexibility to be outside hiking in the sun or, for example, inside Blenheim Palace on a rainy day.
Originally, I thought about buying advance tickets for things in Bath, Stonehenge, Stratford Upon Avon, Chatsworth House, Edinburgh Castle, etc., etc. Maybe saving a 30-40 pounds with any advance discount. However, believing that things could be flexible due to weather or travel time, I am thinking that simply buying on the spot admission tickets may be the best.
Also, I probably won't use Viator to combine several attractions (we have in the past and that is nice for not waiting in long lines), but that may not work this trip.
So, any "discount / in advance" suggestions or to buy the tickets for the HOHO bus in Bath, or Blenheim Palace when we are there?
Thank you. Ted