Join us in exploring some of the our most famous historic houses, fascinating museums and gardens.
Seeing the machinery that the famous codebreakers used in World War Two that ultimately changed the outcome of the conflict, is undoubtedly the highlight of this trip. Discover how Bletchley Park originally became the codebreakers home in 1938, to how the renowned 'Lorenz' and 'Enigma' cipher machinery worked.
Built in 1611 by Robert Cecil the 1st Earl of Salisbury, Hatfield House is a spectacular example of Jacobean craftmanship. Visitors can explore the state rooms and wonderful gardens, stopping to see the latest addition the 'Renaissance' water feature in the North Front of the house.
Scotney Castle is an exciting estate with a misleading name- there's both a mansion and castle to see! The ruins of the 14th century moated castle rise up romantically from an island in a lake, surrounded by sloping, wooded gardens which are a joy to roam through.
The perfect setting for an Edwardian country retreat, Polesden Lacey was the residence of wealthy heiress, Margaret Greville. After her purchase of the home, she had it redesigned by the same architects that commissioned the Ritz, resulting in a house that was and still is the epitome of Edwardian opulence.
Join us on a visit to Leeds Castle and witness mighty clashes and thrilling entertainment at the popular event, the Grand Medieval Joust. Armoured knights will partake in an authentic jousting competition for you to spectate with other activities such as archery also available.
Join us on this fantastic trip to Chichester Cathedral, for their biennial event- The Festival of Flowers. The three day event sees the 900 year old cathedral transformed by 50,000 flowers, making up over 8 different arrangements adhering to this year's theme 'This Earthly Paradise'.
Following the success of the poppy display at The Tower of London, visitors can now similarly witness thousands of individually sculpted poppies spilling over the walls of Fort Nelson. This unforgettable sight is a beautiful way to remember the 100th anniversary of World War One.
English Garden of the Year Winner- Pashley Manor Gardens is holding a brilliantly British event, Rose Week throughout mid-June. Stroll through the plentiful gorgeous pinks in the Rose Garden or the red hued shrub roses in the herbaceous borders of the Rose Walk.
Kew has the world's largest collection of living plants, a World Heritage Site and leading centre of botanical research. Wander round, get lost in its hidden dells, take a treetop walk and discover exotic plants from around the world in huge Victorian and 20th-century glasshouses.