Day Trips

Step through time with two of Britain's most significant historical artefacts in one awe inspiring journey, Stonehenge and Magna Carta. Stonehenge has a history spanning almost 5,000 years, it is a wonder of the world, a spiritual place and a source of inspiration. The Stone Circle is a masterpiece of engineering, and building it would have taken huge effort from hundreds of well-organised people...

Walk through the best preserved Georgian city in Britain. See the beautiful terraced homes that make up the Georgian Circus and Royal Crescent, the striking 15th century Bath Abbey, and of course the Roman Baths from which the city derived its name. Learn about the great socialites, architects and authors who have lived in and influenced the design and reputation of the city of Bath. Jane Austen f...

Discover the lavish building and grounds where the renowned King Henry VIII once lived. Learn about how the modest building and estate of the 13th century grew in size and splendour in the 1520s, together with a collection of magnificent furnishings, tapestries and art. See the Great Hall, the State Apartments, and the enormous royal kitchens. Built to feed a court of 600 people twice daily. Wande...

Visit the site of the most famous battle in English history and the last defeat suffered on home soil, and the later defence set up to avoid another loss. Start the journey with a visit the small seaside village of Pevensey. It was here that King Harold and his army were stationed, before heading hundreds of miles north to take on an invading Viking army in York. Unfortunately leaving the harbor u...

In the 18th Century, anybody who was anybody went to Tunbridge Wells for the 'Season'. Follow in their footsteps to explore the Pantiles, maybe even take the water and look at the effect these people had on the town. Today it is a place of great 'Englishness'. We can see the church dedicated to Charles, King and Martyr and talk about 'disgusted' of Tunbridge Wells. It is possible to combine this v...

Windsor Castle is the favourite home of Her Majesty the Queen. The castle has been inhabited by our royal family since the 11th century. Today, there are splendid State apartments and a chapel that has played host to 2 Royal weddings within a year. Combine with a visit to Eton College, one of our foremost public schools. Founded in the 15th Century by King Henry 6th and still the place of educatio...

Oxford, City of Dreaming spires, is not only s place of education but a striking city with a combination of modern and medieval (500 year old) buildings. It's easy to spend a day in Oxford alone, many of the colleges allow visitors, but equally fun to explore the Cotswolds, an area of outstanding natural beauty characterised by the local honey coloured oolitic limestone and beautiful villages.

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