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Visit the Natural History Museum, Science Museum, or V&A Museum. Entry is free to all venues. (Special exhibitions may incur an admission charge). Come face to face with lifelike animals of the world, or follow the mystery trail...more info
Notting Hill captivates visitors with its unique charm, a serious destination for culture buffs, and home to the vibrant Portobello Road Market, where it became particularly famous for its antiques in the 1950s. Over 1,000 dealers sell a...more info
The Museum of Brands will take you on a trip down memory lane, featuring over 12,000 original items from the unique Robert Opie collection. It showcases a kaleidoscope of iconic brands – posters, adverts, fashions, toys and games &...more info
Known as the capital of the Cotswolds, Cirencester’s main shopping area is centred around its market square with small independent shops to be found in courtyards, alleyways and stylish precincts. We will also visit Gloucester Quays, a £400...more info
Visit one of England’s greatest treasures, a magnificent Victorian cemetery with a captivating atmosphere, history and architecture. A guided tour taking around 75 minutes of the West Cemetery will reveal the impressive archit...more info
For shopping in Peterborough, there is the choice of a bright shopping centre, specialist and designer shops, and high street stores along pedestrianised tree-lined streets. We also visit Peterborough Garden Park, combining the prem...more info
Thousands of ceramic poppies, initially conceived at the Tower of London to mark the centenary of the First World War in 2014, will be displayed at the award-winning Imperial War Museum, where entry is free. It is the final year of the UK tour to view ...more info
We propose to set down/pick up on Park Lane, near to Marble Arch, a central location for shopping or sightseeing. Please note only 3 pick-up points will be available; Wigston (Paddock Street), St Mar...more info
Join London’s commemorations to mark 100 years since the end of the First World War. For a limited time only, 72,396 shrouded figures will be laid out in rows covering over 4000 square metres on the Olympic Park – each representing a Britis...more info
Enjoy a three-hour leisurely cruise from Runnymede Boathouse travelling upstream as far as Old Windsor Lock and then downstream through Bell Weir Lock passing Runnymede, the Memorials and Staines. Father Christmas will board and pre...more info
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