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Fans of the BBC series ‘Call the Midwife’ can embark on this tour at The Historic Dockyard, Chatham, visiting some of the film locations used in the popular TV drama. The 60 minute tour led by a costumed ‘midwife’ guide promises to deliver 195...more info
SPECIAL OFFER Historical city for shopping or sightseeing. Please note a maximum of 4.5 hours will be allowed at the destination.
SPECIAL OFFER Relive the golden steam era and discover the stunning replica of Stephenson’s Rocket, observe the busy workshop and more. Entry is free. Please note tha...more info
Includes a two-course lunch on arrival at a nearby restaurant consisting of traditional fish & chips followed by fruit salad. The museum showcases remarkable stories from five centuries of communications, extraordinary collections will bring history to life &ndas...more info
Situated on the River Dee and on the edge of the Berwyn Mountains in Wales, Llangollen is a haven for shoppers looking for interesting and unusual gifts. There are also many interesting walks in the town. Includes a 2 hour cruise with ploughman’s lunch served o...more info
Located in a delightful setting on the banks of Lake Windermere, it has been one of the most popular areas of the Lake District since the Victorian days. The town centre has a mix of unique shops and lakeside cafés. Please note due to the distance a maximum of...more info
Epping Ongar Railway is the longest heritage railway in Essex and operates on the former end of the Underground Central Line, operating trainsbetween old fashioned stations dating from 1865. As you board your steam locomotive from North Weald to Ongar a tour gu...more info
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
Kew Gardens is home to the world’s largest and most diverse collection of living plants, with six magnificent glass houses.
Visit the rare timber-framed Tudor manor house and explore 400 years of history. From the sense of grandeur in the Great Hall and the Victorian Arts and Crafts style in some of the interior rooms, to the mix of Jacobean ceilings, the building is remarkably well prese...more info
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