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 Guided Sightseeing Tours

We can provide Guided tours for groups by car, coach or on foot, in town, city or countryside. 

Castles, cathedrals, historic houses, beautiful gardens, galleries, museums, countryside or retail locations (including the Birmingham Jewellery Quarter for Brides and Grooms) can all feature in our tours.

Themed tours for groups by Coach, car or walking Tours available: 

The English Potteries (Emma Bridgewater, Burleigh, Wedgewood...)

The 'Royal Tour' (Royal Windsor and Catherine Middleton's countryside)

Tolkien's England

Coventry Blitz Walk Experience

Midsomer Murders

King Arthur's lands

Costumed Tours

Gardens Tours

Robin Hood's England

Coventry Ghost tours

 and others by arrangement. 

 

In the  Heart of England Excellence in Tourism awards we have been awarded 'Highly Commended' in 'Access For All' and Regional Culture' categories and our Guides were awarded the coveted Silver Award and were described as follows:- "They have a passion for history and heritage and for sharing this with people.  They work with the widest range of groups and individuals and their work promotes the cultural assets of the Midlands and the UK" 

Tours take place throughout the year and can start from London or anywhere in central England and we can introduce you to Shakespeare's Stratford-Upon-Avon, Oxford, the Cotswolds, Birmingham and its world famous jewellery quarter, Royal Windsor & Eton, Coventry, Hereford, Worcester, Bath, Stonehenge, Shropshire and the Olympics Legacy Venues to name but a few. 

Here is just a small sample of the places we can see or visit on a tour in the historic and beautiful Heart of England and beyond: 

Shakespeare Country – Visit the places where the famous bard was born, lived, retired and is buried. Perhaps attend a performance of one of his famous plays at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre.

 

Here too are the mighty castles of Warwick and Kenilworth each representing 1000+ years of history

www.shakespeare-country.co.uk

The delightful Cotswolds – Beautiful in summer or in winter with gentle hills, wooded valleys, ruined abbeys, fine manor houses, quaint old pubs (many with a roaring log fire and excellent hot food throughout the winter) in villages of mellow stone and of course, afternoon tea and scones!

Broadway Tower - In the English Cotswolds

Royal Windsor and Eton - See the historic Royal castle, the colourful ceremonial pageantry of the Guard change and witness the spiritual home of the Order of The Garter.

Windsor Castle Guard

Olympic Legacy tours - After what was possibly the UK's greatest event of the 21st Century, see the Olympic Park in London's East End, historic Much Wenlock, the town in Shropshire that inspired the Modern Olympics, or Dovers Hill in the Cotswolds which celebraed 400 years of its own 'Olympicks' in 2012.

  

Stratford East London - Home of the 2012 Olympic Park

     Much Wenlock Shropshire - Inspiration for the Modern Olympics     Chipping Campden - Where 2012 is the 400 year anniversary of Robert Dovers Cotswold Olimpicks

 

Oxford – Town and Gown in the scholarly City of ‘dreaming spires’.  Enjoy our introductory city walk or see 'literary Oxford' or our driver guided Tolkien Tour

Oxfords Bridge of Sighs

 

Birmingham - vibrant and cosmopolitan city with an amazing history and heritage and an array of art, culture, architecture, fascinating places to visit and one of Europes greatest opportunities for a little retail therapy! Specialist tours include Bournville and Cadbury World, the world famous Jewellery Quarter and the intruiging 'Tolkien Trail'

   

 

Bath – Where the Romans created one of the most amazing places in Britain, the Georgians built with architectural flair and Jane Austen lived and wrote

Bath Pump Rooms

Beautiful Gardens throughout England 

Peto Garden at Iford Manor, Somerset

Cathedral and abbey cities such as Worcester, Coventry, Gloucester, Hereford, Lichfield, Lincoln, Wells, Salisbury, Bath

Wells Cathedral

 And also.......Countryside walks through delightful areas such as the Cotswolds, Forest of Dean or Sherwood Forest. 

A 'Kissing Gate' deep in the English countryside

 

If all this whets your appetite, there’s so much more! A feast of amazing galleries, museums, castles, gardens, historic houses, literary and prehistoric sites, theatres, sports venues and even a little retail therapy can be included!
 Contact us to arrange your tour!  

 

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