A few special bus, train and ferry rides around the world are more about the journey itself than getting from A to B – and we want to hear about them
Some public transport rides – like the Star Ferry in Hong Kong, the number 28 tram in Lisbon or many a mountain train journey – are famous for their views or the historic neighbourhoods they pass through. This week we want to hear about your favourite public transport journey, whether it be on a tram, bus, train (but no sleepers), ferry or cable car (no ski lifts).
Tell us about the stunning scenery or famous sites you get to see along the way, plus brief details of where to get on and off, and a website if possible.
Rockets, a huge planetarium, bags of interactive fun – and a moon landing anniversary to celebrate – make for a stellar day out
An interactive museum of super-size space experiences: from a giant planet Earth you can touch to the UK’s biggest domed planetarium and a 42-metre rocket tower. You can’t miss the latter as you drive into Leicester – the structure looks like it’s wrapped in giant inflatable pillows. Inside, it houses Blue Streak and Thor Able rockets. Take in the full scale of them by riding a glass-sided lift up to the viewing platform. Elsewhere, there are six galleries with plenty of buttons to press, screens to touch and switches to flick. It’s all under cover so, hours later, you’ll exit squinting into the daylight – it’s a good one to tire them out on a rainy day!