This fascinating tour visits locations associated with William Penn; Benjamin Franklin; John Harvard; John Wesley; Henry James; Frances Hodgson Burne ; Latrobe (the architect of The White House); Jamestown, Virginia; The American War of Independence and U.S. Army and Air Force servicemen who were stationed in England during World War II.Ghosts, Witches and Legends DT2
We visit England's most haunted village in Kent and hear tales of ghosts and strange happenings in ancient half-timbered inns. Come in search of England's witches and discover legends of giants, kings and warriors long since departed, or have they?Royalty and Religion DT3
This memorable regal and spiritual tour visits locations associated with Queen Elizabeth I; Henry VIII and two of his queens, Anne Boleyn and Anne of Cleves; Henry V; Richard II; Queen Victoria; Edward VI and VII; George VI; Jamestown, Virginia; early Methodism; Quakers and William Penn and includes peaceful village churches.Smugglers and Sea Dogs DT4
This mysterious tour goes in search of smugglers and sea dogs to pre y fishing villages, steep cobbled streets and mediaeval inns where tales abound of daring moonlit exploits and ba les between the customs men and the 'gentlemen of the night' or 'owlers' as smugglers were more commonly called.The Charles Dickens Tour DT5
Rochester, Chatham and the surrounding country are synonymous with Charles Dickens. In this area much of his childhood was spent, and the people he knew and the places in which he lived, powerfully affected the boy's imagination. Come with us in search of the locations and the characters he so immortalised in his novels. Take lunch in the original Leather Bottle Inn which Dickens himself often visited and wrote about in his Pickwick Papers.The Classics Tour DT6
This is very much a connoisseurs' tour which visits locations associated with Frederick Delius, Daniel Defoe, Frances Hodgson Burne ; Rudyard Kipling, Vita Sackville West, William Caxton; Dame Ellen Terry; Mrs. Sarah Siddons; Sir David Garrick; Henry James and Samuel Taylor Coleridge.The Romantics Tour DT7
Very much a scenic and historical tour which visits many small mediaeval towns and villages of Surrey, Sussex and Kent, each one an architectural gem exuding an air of ageless serenity. Suchttplaces we visit are Bletchingley, Godstone, Lingfield, Goudhurst, Cranbrook, Rye, Winchelsea and Alfriston. Ideal if you are staying at Hammerwood Park whether arriving or departing from Gatwick AirportHistoric Houses, Castles and Gardens DT8
This beautiful tour includes on its choice of itineraries Rudyard Kipling's mansion home at Batemans and Penshurst Place, birthplace of Sir Philip Sidney, courtier and favourite of Elizabeth I. We also visit many great and famous gardens like Wakehurst Place; Nymans; Borde Hill and Sheffield Park which are so typically English and so idyllic. We visit historic moated castles like Bodiam and Hever where Henry VIII courted the ill-fated Anne Boleyn not far from Hammerwood Park.Crimes, Curiosities and Eccentrics DT9
The truly eccentric English live on in this very unusual tour which visits pyramids, obelisks and strange monuments dedicated to their eternal memory. We return to the scenes of the crimes by highwaymen and foul murderers and visit the graves and gibbets where they ended their misbego en days.
You will be collected from and returned to your hotel or address in the South East at the beginning and end of your Day Tour and at whatever times are convenient to you.
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