• Leeds Castle guided tour
  • Oxford Tom Quad Christ Church guided tour
  • Woburn Abbey guided tour

Half day tours from London up to 6 hours

A 6 hour tour allows you to travel outside London for a short visit to places like - Hever Castle, Sissinghurst garden, Leeds Castle, Woburn Abbey, Waddesdon, Oxford or Stonehenge

Leeds Castle guided tour

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Leeds Castle

Leeds Castle, started back in 800s and lived in by many English queens through the years. It was mentioned in the Domesday Book survey of 1086, but eventually fell on hard times until it was restored by Lady Baillie. It is the sort of castle you could imagine actually living in. There is a nice walk through the park, a typical English cottage garden, a maze and grotto to keep the children amused. There are sometimes falconry displays, and if you are feeling adventurous, you could try a Segway tour.

Sissinghurst Castle Garden

Sissinghurst Castle Garden is probably the place everyone associates with Vita Sackville-West. It is the garden she created with Harold Nicolson and where they brought up their sons. The garden is divided into various spaces, which Harold designed and Vita planted.

Waddesdon Manor guided tour

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Waddesdon Manor

A French Renaissance-style chateau built for Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild, where he could entertain his friends and display his large collection of art and furniture.

Woburn Abbey guided tour

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Woburn Abbey

Home of the Dukes of Bedford for nearly 400 years. Important private art, furniture and silver collection. 3000 acre deer park. 40 shop Antique Centre.


Stonehenge is probably the most famous stone circle in the world. It is unique because of its horizontal lintels. It was built over a series of centuries by prehistoric man, probably as a religious or ceremonial site. A new Visitor Centre has been opened which explains more about this fascinating place. It is also possible to wander around the surrounding landscape seeing the burial mounds, Avenue and Cursus. It is unique, which is why it is a World Heritage Site.


It has been a centre of learning since 1200s, so predates Cambridge. You will have a chance to walk the streets, visit a college and learn about the famous people who attended this University. Depending on your interests, you might like to visit one of the colleges used in the Harry Potter films.

Hatfield House guided tour

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Hatfield House

Built by King James I's chief minister. Remains of the Old Palace, where Queen Elizabeth I spent her youth.


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