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Guided Tours of Great Britain

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British Countryside Tours (in order of distance from London:minimum price of £395 for a 4 hour tour to a venue near London e.g. Osterley Park)

Other Tour Venues

More UK Tours, if one of the Top Tours does not appeal, then:

  • Choose from the menu of Other Private Escorted Tours of Great Britain below (both in and outside London)
  • Prices are indicative for the venues nearest to London:each venue will be costed in the Reservation Response provided. For instance, Chatsworth in Derbyshire is more expensive than Osterley Park, just west of London
  • Select which excursion venue in Great Britain you want to see
  • Include it on the Tour Reservation Request and we will create a customized tour just for you.
  • If you want to visit somewhere and it's not on these lists, don’t worry just put it on the Reservation Request and we will put the tour together and send you a Reservation Response.
  • Similarly, if you want a Talk on a subject of interest you do not see, just let us know.

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The British Museum, Bloomsbury

The British Museum, Bloomsbury

This magnificent British Museum in Bloomsbury not only exhibits Egyptian mummies and the controversial Elgin Marbles but a host of exhibits from other ancient civilizations too. Reservation Request

The Globe Theatre, Southwark

The Globe Theatre, Southwark

The Globe theatre has been restored to its original 16th century state and is again thriving with Tudor dramas often performed in the original style including groundlings. Reservation Request

Kensington Palace, Kensington Gardens

Kensington Palace, Kensington Gardens

From Queen Victoria to Princess Diana Kensington Palace has been a royal residence for centuries and is tucked away on the edge of the Royal Park. A big restoration and improvement programme has now taken place intime for the Diamond Jubilee. Reservation Request

St James

St James's Palace, Pall Mall

Not open to the public (except Friary Court) but you can enjoy Sunday services in the Chapel Royal in the winter. It remains actively used by the Royal Family still and the Household Division continue to stand guard there. Clarence House, the former Queen Mother’s London residence, is next door. Reservation Request

The National Gallery & National Portrait Gallery, Trafalgar Square

The National Gallery & National Portrait Gallery, Trafalgar Square

At the north side of Trafalgar Square, National and National Portrait galleries showcase all that is best in British (Constable and Turner) and European art, including Boticelli, Michelangelo, Reubens, Titian, Van Gogh, Manet and Monet. New exhibitions available every year. Reservation Request

The Banqueting House, Whitehall

The Banqueting House, Whitehall

Just along Whitehall from Downing St. It's history goes back to the Tudors, Charles I and the architect Inigo Jones. This is the last surviving part of the original Whitehall Palace destroyed by fire in the 17th century. It is still used regularly for dinners and other events. Reservation Request

Samuel Johnson

Samuel Johnson's House, off Fleet St.

The famous lexicographer and man of letters Samuel Johnson, lived just behind Fleet Street and near to the famous Ye Old Cheshire Cheese pub. Reservation Request

The Imperial War Museum, Lambeth

The Imperial War Museum, Lambeth

Evocative exhibits including lifelike World War One trenches which give a chilling but realistic take on warfare and the two World Wars of the 20th century particularly. Reservation Request

The Temple Church, off Fleet Street

The Temple Church, off Fleet Street

Alongside the home of the city's legal profession, Temple church, home of The Knights’ Templar, was famously depicted in the book and film The da Vinci Code. Reservation Request

The Tate Modern, Southwark

The Tate Modern, Southwark

All that is remarkable in contemporary British art, all housed in an old power station. Tate Modern sits near to The Globe Theatre and across the Millennium Bridge from St. Paul's Cathedral. Reservation Request

The Victoria & Albert Museum, Kensington

The Victoria & Albert Museum, Kensington

The old V&A has had a makeover now and looks all the better for it. It’s the world’s most famous home for art and design. We can take in that other architectural gem at the top of the street too: The Albert Hall with its Albert Memorial opposite. Reservation Request

The Beatles

The Beatles' Abbey Road crossing, St John's Wood

Stroll across Abbey Road the most famous pedestrian crossing in the world......and just imagine. Reservation Request

Kew Palace & Kew Gardens

Kew Palace & Kew Gardens

...Magnificent Kew Gardens with tropical areas too make this a charming addition to any trip to London. The palace, though small in comparison to others, is well worth a look: George III went mad there. Reservation Request

The Royal Parks in central London

The Royal Parks in central London

Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens dominate the centre of London but Green Park alongside Buckingham Palace, and exquisite St James Park, gives life and texture to the city too. Regent's Park with its wonderful zoo is just north of the West End, whilst Greenwich Park home to The Royal Observatory is certainly worth a visit. Reservation Request

Clarence House, St James

Clarence House, St James's

Clarence House home of The Prince of Wales, Duchess of Cornwall, and the Princes William and Harry. Situated just along The Mall from Buckingham Palace. Former home of the late Princess Diana. Reservation Request

Kenwood House, Hampstead

Kenwood House, Hampstead

This elegant villa, remodelled by Robert Adam in the 18th century, houses a superb collection of paintings, including masterpieces by Rembrandt, Vermeer, Turner and Gainsborough.Take a stroll across Hampstead Heath and enjoy the village atmosphere of Highgate and Hampstead villages. Reservation Request

Ham House, Syon House and Chiswick House

Ham House, Syon House and Chiswick House

There are plenty of famous stately homes to look at and compare just on the outskirts of west London near to another Royal Park - peaceful Richmond Park with its extensive deer herds. Reservation Request

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