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Full-Day Downton Abbey, Oxford and Bampton Tour from London

1. Full-Day Downton Abbey, Oxford and Bampton Tour from London

Explore Oxford, the City of Dreaming Spires, home to one of the world’s oldest universities. Admire the architectural highlights of the many colleges. Next on this 10-hour tour is a visit to Bampton, the setting for the exterior village scenes in Downton Abbey. See the church, the house of Matthew Crawley's mother, homes transformed into the post office and various pubs. Head to Highclere Castle, the country seat of the Earls of Carnarvon. The tour of the Castle’s public rooms includes the magnificent main hall, the library, sitting rooms and other rooms featured in Downton Abbey. Take home a copy of Lady Carnarvon's book as a souvenir of your visit.

Southampton: Secrets of the Titanic Walking Tour

2. Southampton: Secrets of the Titanic Walking Tour

We will meet at the Town Quay Pier, and see the bustle of the Port of Southampton. Then we will see the Mayflower Memorial, where the famous Pilgrim Ship sailed to America After we will see the QE2 Mile. Before heading to Oxford Street for all the Secrets of the Titanic, hiding in Modern-Day Southampton

London to Southampton Cruise Terminal via Stonehenge

3. London to Southampton Cruise Terminal via Stonehenge

Travel by executive coach from London to the Southampton cruise terminal via Stonehenge on this 6-hour excursion. One of the greatest mysteries of the prehistoric world, Stonehenge has been described as a temple, as a clock, and by some as a burial site. Enjoy a visit with an audio-guided tour around the world-famous stones. After 90 minutes at Stonehenge you’ll depart on the 1-hour drive to Southampton. When you arrive at the cruise terminal all you’ll need to do is identify your luggage to the porters and then check-in to begin your cruise. The tour price includes travel by executive coach, admission to Stonehenge, the services of a tour manager, and drop off at Southampton Cruise Terminal.

Winchester: Journey Through Winchester's Past Walking Tour

4. Winchester: Journey Through Winchester's Past Walking Tour

We will meet at the Westgate, the medieval entrace to Winchester. First, we see William the Conquer's Winchester Castle and The Great Hall, hearing the Legend of King Arthur. Then we will walk the High Street, before arriving at the world-famous, Winchester Cathedral. The final resting place of lady who left her mark on Winchester and the World-Jane Austen. After will see the iconic statue of Alfred the Great, and tell tales of his immense contributions to history. After which we will walk the banks of the River Itchen, inspired the works of poet John Keats. Then see the ruins of the powerful Bishop of Winchester's palace.

From London: Bombay Sapphire Gin & Winchester Tour

5. From London: Bombay Sapphire Gin & Winchester Tour

Departing from London in the morning, you’ll head straight for one of England’s most history-rich cities, Winchester. Ambling the paths and lanes of the ancient city, you’ll have free time to stop by the glorious cathedral, the ancient mill, a bevy of cute cafes, and more than enough museums. After you’ve explored the picturesque town, it’s time to head for Laverstoke Mill, where one of the world’s most popular gins, Bombay Sapphire, is distilled. But it’s not just the gin that’s brilliant at the Laverstoke Mill; the exhibition and Victorian architecture are as interesting as they are beautiful.  Once you’ve had enough gin for the day, it’s time to head home. The tour makes a short stop for refreshments at the quaint riverside town of Runnymede, before arriving back in London in the evening.

Portsmouth Self-Guided Mystery: Nelson's Stolen Diamonds

6. Portsmouth Self-Guided Mystery: Nelson's Stolen Diamonds

Turn the historic streets of Portsmouth into an exciting outdoor escape room with The Mystery of Nelson's Stolen Diamonds. Walk around the city as you solve the clues, eliminate the suspects, and unmask the mysterious thief behind Portsmouth's most daring robbery. The story follows Horatio Nelson on his last day on dry land before joining his ship to fight in the Battle of Trafalgar when he stored a valuable diamond necklace in a chest in one of Portsmouth’s many taverns for safekeeping. That night, the tavern was broken into and the necklace was stolen. It's up to you to hunt down the clues, eliminate suspects, and return to the scene of the crime to finally piece together the mystery and catch the elusive diamond thief. This experience combines a treasure hunt and a self-guided walking tour to create a unique way to see the key historical sights in the city. Visit the most atmospheric taverns and soak up true local stories of the city's most notorious characters and places.

Southampton–London via Salisbury, Stonehenge & Windsor

7. Southampton–London via Salisbury, Stonehenge & Windsor

The first stop on your excursion is Salisbury, boasting one of the finest Gothic Cathedrals in Britain, built in the 13th century, and a stunning medieval town center. You’ll spend an hour in Salisbury before departing for mysterious Stonehenge. The drive from Salisbury to Stonehenge takes you through some beautiful English countryside and villages, passing historic churches and thatched cottages. Before arriving at Stonehenge your guide will tell you about the many myths, legends, and facts surrounding this prehistoric structure. Stonehenge has been described as one of the greatest mysteries of the prehistoric world. Was it a temple, a clock, a burial site, or something else? On arrival you’ll have time for a visit and an audio-guided tour around the world famous stones (admission fee not included), or time to browse the gift shop. After 90 minutes at Stonehenge you’ll depart for Royal Windsor, where you’re scheduled to arrive in time for a late lunch. You’ll then have some time to explore the city and castle. Windsor Castle is the largest continuously occupied castle in the world and your guide will tell you about its history from William the Conqueror to the current Queen (admission not included, closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays). If you opt not to enter Windsor castle, enjoy a stroll through the old town and Eton. The coach departs Windsor at 16:00 and passengers will be dropped off at major Heathrow hotels beginning at 16:45. When booking, please specify your hotel and the terminal, if applicable. Drop offs are also provided at terminals 1-5. A drive into London is next, which is less than an hour from Heathrow. The guide will manage the hotel drop offs, where additional vehicles or taxis may be used (included in the price) to ensure the hotel drops are completed as quickly as possible. Drop off options include 250 London hotels and selected main line London train stations.

Portsmouth Historic Dockyards & HMS Victory Day Tour

8. Portsmouth Historic Dockyards & HMS Victory Day Tour

This full-day tour from the London area takes you on a scenic drive to the historic naval dockyards of Portsmouth. Not only does the harbor feature a number of museums, you’ll see the famous ships that attract visitors from around the world as well. On your tour of several historic Royal Navy ships, the highlight will undoubtedly be HMS Victory, Nelson’s flagship during the famous Battle of Trafalgar. Learn what life was like for these brave sailors, climb the decks, and see where Nelson lived and died. Another highlight is the Mary Rose, the flagship of King Henry VIII. The ship sank on its maiden voyage, just outside the harbor wall. It was raised from the seabed in the 1980s and is now housed in a brand-new museum along with thousands of artifacts. You’ll also see HMS Warrior, the most powerful ship of its time in the 19th century. If weather allows the trip also includes a harbor tour by boat, so you can see actual modern-day Royal Navy vessels in dock and many others visiting the huge natural harbor. Enjoy a complimentary packed lunch and drinks. You may also like to treat yourself to some fish and chips by the harbor!

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The perfect way to transfer from London to Southampton (cruise). Trip was easy and comfortable. There’s not a lot to do in Stonehenge, so making it part of a trip to get to your cruise was extremely convenient and the best way to check Stonehenge off your bucket list.

Great pick up right at our hotel. Guide had lots of great information and was friendly and helpful. Stonehenge is interesting and a great stop on the way to the cruise port.

A brilliant way to see Portsmouth . The treasure hunt was superbly set out with clues for the whole family to solve. All in all a great a excellent experience

Great day - lots to see and do. Both our guide and driver were excellent - gave lots of interesting information of the areas.

Fun outing on the way to our cruise ship. Pick up was convenient and the driver and guide were awesome.