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Set in 60 acres of beautiful gardens and home to some of Britain’s most famous Kings and Queens. Explore over 800 years of history such as the Queen’s state apartments, the King’s apartments, and the impressive sights of the Great Hall.<...more info
Explore the wonders of London’s great royal fortress and see the priceless Crown Jewels. Throughout its 1000 years of history the Tower has served as a royal palace and fortress, prison and place of execution, an arsenal, and royal mint, home for the royal mena...more info
Visit Stow-on-the-Wold, the highest town in the Cotswolds. Like so many Cotswold towns it owes its original prosperity to wool, but is now home to lots of antique shops and tea rooms. The Gloucestershire/Warwickshire Railway is a preserved steam and diesel heritage r...more info
Visit one of England’s most elegant and cultural cities, known for its natural hot springs and 18th century Georgian architecture. Ple...more info
Ross on Wye is a small market town located in the Forest of Dean known for its antique shops and market square. Includes a 40 minute river cruise with informative commentary from Symonds Yat West, navigating through some of the most natu...more info
A scenic tour of this delightful area with stops being made for lunch and tea (not included).Please note this trip is only picking up fr...more info
Discover the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden and visit the backstage and the front of house areas as it prepares to open its doors for the evening performance. As this is a fully working theatre each tour is a unique experience. Includes a guided backstage tour an...more info
Covent Garden is one of London’s most popular tourist attractions, famous for specialty shops, boutiques, street performers, bars and restaurants.more info
In its beautiful setting at the foot of the scenic Malvern Hills, this truly inspirational show offers show gardens, trade stands and more. Packed with flowers, food, crafts and family fun, there is no better place for gardeners of all abilit...more info
Kew Gardens, set in 300 acres beside the River Thames, is home to the world’s largest and most diverse collection of living plants with six magnificent glass houses, Kew Palace, and the Georgian Royal Kitchens.more info
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