Join us on a day excursion including a visit to a historic house, castle or palace
We are met by our very own costumed Midwife, who takes us to visit areas which have been used as locations for many of the scenes of the popular TV series. After the tour we enjoy afternoon tea in Commissioner’s House which was also used as a 1950’s style restaurant in an episode from series two.
Bringing you beautifully crafted designs chosen for their high quality and innovation. Living Crafts is more than just a craft show, this is creative day out with hundreds of designer-makers, masterclasses, workshops and spectacular craft demonstrations.
With its magnificent towering cathedral just a stones throw away from the castle plus excellent shopping facilities Lincoln always makes for an interesting day out. In addition to visiting Lincoln's city centre, we enjoy the sights of Lincoln and the countryside from the canal as we include a 50 - 60 minute cruise with entertaining commentary about Lincoln’s past and present aboard the Brayford Belle.
It is 100 years since Women were first given the vote and we will be joined by our regular Blue Badge Guide today for a fascinating journey around London telling the story of the struggle for female emancipation. We round off the day with a guided tour of the Houses of Parliament due to undergo extensive refurbishment works soon, this may be the last chance to visit for quite some time.
Buckingham Palace has served as the official London residence of Britain's sovereigns since 1837.Today it is The Queen's official residence, with 775 rooms. Although in use for the many official events and receptions held by The QueenThe State Rooms of the Palace are open to visitors during the Annual Summer Opening.
The picturesque medieval market town of Saffron Walden in Essex, has a rich heritage of old buildings including St Mary's Church - the largest parish church in Essex. Nearby lies Audley End House once one of the largest and most opulent houses in Jacobean England
Enjoy a day out at Windsor with an included cruise along the Thames and entrance to Windsor Castle. Take the chance to see The State and Semi State Appartments, Queen Mary`s Dolls` House & of course St George`s Chapel venue for the biggest wedding of the year.
Canterbury’s past is as rich as it comes’ says the latest Lonely Planet Guide to Britain. This world-famous cathedral city was one of medieval Europe’s great places of pilgrimages and knowledge. Dominated by its cathedral the medieval streets within the city walls are a great place to explore.