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Museums & Special Interest

Visit the open air museum used in Peaky Blinders and step back in time to experience the time of the industrial revolution, with buildings, vehicles and costumed characters.


View Bowood's many historical treasures, such as Napoleon’s death mask and Queen Victoria’s wedding chair, and take in the breathtaking Woodland Gardens with 30 acres of bluebells, azaleas, magnolias and rhododendrons.


A unique opportunity to see the only known reproduction of the Sistine Chapel Ceiling in the world, followed by time exploring Worthing with its lovely promenade and good shops.


At this National Breeding Centre you'll see the puppies as they socialise and grow, gaining experience to help them develop the skills they need as guide dogs. Includes a stop in Warwick beforehand.


A drive through some of the towns and villages used for inspiration in Thomas Hardy's books as well as a stop at lunchtime in Hardy’s home town of Dorchester.


Not your average museum! Includes a journey back in time on a specially made train through the original tunnels and station platforms under Mount Pleasant. Includes entrance and 2 course lunch.


Cue spooky music! On this 'killer' tour a Blue Badge Guide will point out landmarks and buildings used in the well-known Midsomer Murders TV drama, including locations of where some of the 222+ deaths were filmed!


See horse and pony showing, show jumping, heavy horses, sheep show, machinery, craft, flower, antique and food marquees, competitions, musical entertainment and countryside area.


A great day out for high fashion, pageantry and fantastic horse racing. We include a super buffet and drinks before racing with entrance to the Windsor Enclosure.


A visit to Sandringham, one of the Queen's homes and a friendly and informal place to visit, with knowledgeable guides in every room of the house and acres of beautiful gardens to explore.


Set in a breathtaking 1,200 acre estate with ten award winning gardens, Sudeley Castle is the only private castle in England to have a queen buried in its grounds - Katherine Parr, the last of Henry VIII’s six wives.


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