The first Ford motor car was introduced in 1908. This made it much easier for families to go away from home on holiday and was a major boost to domestic tourism. Weekend trips also became possible. People could travel to destinations without a railway station.
Butlin's first holiday camp opens
The first Butlin's holiday camp opened in 1936. This offered people a package - accommodation, food and entertainment were all available at the holiday camp. This was a new style of holiday for people in the UK and it reduced the burden on parents trying to plan entertaining holidays for their children,
Holidays with Pay Act
The Holidays with Pay Act was a big boost to the travel and tourism industry as people were now more able to take holidays as they were, in effect, paid to do so.