Shakespeare's family homes and gardens offer something for everyone. Enjoy tales from our fascinating guides, discover his life story through exhibitions, experience live performances, visit beautiful houses and gardens, or meet the animals and take part in trials, quizzes and family activities throughout the year.
One of the most stunning cities in the world has a stunning secret; it’s haunted. Come and hear how ghosts, specters and ghouls creep through the dark streets and back alleys of central London on a walking tour. Hidden behind the history is a world of spooky visions and sinister apparitions. Throughout the years London has seen unspeakable suffering and murder most horrid, now it’s time for you to be part of that story.
Take a bus tour of sites related to the legendary band Oasis, including gig venues such as the Boardwalk and Manchester City Football Club's old ground Maine Road. See the Gallagher family home and shops like Sifters record shop in the suburb of Burnage, where the band members grew up, your guide is the drummer from Manchester band Inspiral Carpets with whom Noel Gallagher worked for.
Explore Manchester’s music scene on a tour that the UK's Guardian newspaper rated as one of Britain’s top 3 cultural city walks. Your insider guide Craig Gill from Manchester band Inspiral Carpets will cover the history of all the Manchester bands and show you the important venues from the 1960s to the present day and give you an amazing insight into 30 years experience in the music industry.
See more of London with a full-day city tour and lunch cruise along the River Thames, including hotel pickup and drop-off. Start with free entry to Madame Tussauds and the London Eye, then set sail on the Thames for a 1.5-hour round-trip journey from Tower Pier to Westminster. Savor a delectable 2-course meal, and admire riverside sights such as the Tower of London and Parliament. Finish with a private bus tour of London’s key attractions, including Westminster Abbey, Princess Diana's Memorial Fountain and Trafalgar Square. Pricing is per group, based on a maximum of six passengers.
This tour takes you through one of London's most unspoiled Georgian villages. Hampstead village became a popular spa in the eighteenth century and it hasn’t changed much since. It’s perched on a hill, providing one of the best views in London; and it was hard for Victorian property speculators to get to, saving the Georgian village from destruction. Appealing for its network of village streets and alleyways that lead to Hampstead Heath, one of London’s most popular green spaces; we’ll follow in the footsteps of great poets, painters, actors and opera singers, and celebrity chefs!
A walk through Primrose Hill and Camden Town combines the very best London has to offer, beautiful parks, busy markets, Regent’s Canal, one of the most impressive views of the city, and the gorgeous little streets where famous writers, poets and revolutionaries made their homes.
Just when you thought it was safe to walk the streets of Newry.... The Psychic Ghost Walk. Experience mystery and intrigue as we take you on a guided tour through the fog shrouded streets of Olde Newry and explore local legends, strange happenings and ghostly sightings. This tour is designed for adult audience in mind and not suited for pregnant women, those with a heart condition or nervous disposition.
Ghyll Scrambling is hard to describe and impossible to forget! As the Lake Districts most popular outdoor activity, you are guaranteed laughs and adventure. Experienced instructors will be on hand throughout your Ghyll Scramble to ensure that you and your small group will get the most out of this amazing activity, and leave with memories of an amazing experience and possibly a small souvenir bruise! We provide; High quality, full length wetsuits all year round. Extra wetsuit socks, gloves and hats in the colder months. Free photos of your activity. — The option to hire a GoPro to create your our film of the activity. The best instructors!
This is a guided tour guided tour that give you the opportunity to see the main monuments of London in one day with an Italian speaking guide. In the morning you will visit the area of Westminster and the National Gallery. In the afternoon, after lunch, you will take a bus in order to visit the area where the Tower of London and Tower Bridge are located.
Experience two unique 360 degree views of London from the tallest building in Western Europe with a dual entry Day and Night tickets. Your first visit can be anytime between 10am and 6pm, then return later the same day to see London sparkle at night!
Will you find the Holy Grail and the secrets of Rosslyn Chapel that have inspired poets, artists and authors for centuries? None other than Dan Brown with his best seller, 'The Da Vinci Code' was one such author and the subsequent film has enticed thousands of visitors every year. After the Chapel, you will get the chance to have a wee dram of Scotch during a tour of the Glenkinchie Whisky Distillery, otherwise known as the Edinburgh Malt.
Westminster Abbey has been the traditional coronation site for English monarchs since William the Conqueror, and the burial place of kings, queens, statesman, poets and philosophers - the Abbey is a must-see living pageant of British history.
Adventure yourself away on this six-day tour of the best and most beautiful sacred sites of England. Submerse yourself in the magical myths and legends of Glastonbury, the home of the Celtic church, built 2000 years ago amongst druids and goddess worship. Be transported back 6000 years to the stones of Stonehenge and Avebury, places aligned to the stars, imagination and your heart. Travel down the path with King Arthur, to his birthplace in Tintagel, learn of ley lines, knights, witches and wonders on this rugged coastline of Cornwall.
Journey back in time to London Bridge, the place law abiding citizens dare not visit. Discover the Bishop of Winchester's "Geese" providing horizontal entertainment in the various stew houses, hear of operations without anesthetic in the World's oldest operating theatre and the ghosts that linger in England's oldest prison. Prostitute graveyards, sly grog haunts, bear bating and cock fighting are just the beginning.
Scheduled group walks up Ben Nevis, the UK's highest mountain. Your chance to join a group and together with your guide, climb to the summit at 1344m. Based in Fort William and only using local guides, you won't just climb Ben Nevis, you'll learn all about the mountain and the wildlife, geology and history it has to offer. The pub at the end of the path is a great place to finish the day with a well earned pint!