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Tours - Historic Sites & Houses

Ham House

Ham House has an authentic 17thcentury feel and gives a true sense of how the ruling classes lived after the restoration of Charles II. It […]

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Somerset House, a Hidden Gem

We start by visiting the neoclassical buildings of Gothenburg born, 18C architect Sir William Chambers’ and then see the new Miles Stairs by architect Eva Jiricna (designed V&A’s Jewellery Gallery). We end in the Courtauld […]

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Apsley House

The house is a treasure trove filled with history related to the Duke of Wellington, and surprisingly even has pieces of Sèvres porcelain from Napoleon’s divorce gift to […]

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Hampton Court Palace

Most closely associated with flamboyant Henry VIII, this majestic Tudor palace was among the most impressive royal residences in Europe at the time. In fact, […]

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Wallace Collection

Sometimes described as the ‘hidden jewel’ of London’s art galleries, The Wallace Collection is one of the world’s finest private collections of art. This gloriously […]

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Kenwood House

The famous C18th architect Robert Adam was asked to glorify an early C17th country house off Hampstead Heath. The result is an elegant, neo-classical villa […]

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Tower of London

Now almost a thousand years old, this famous landmark is steeped in history and has borne witness to many bloody episodes over the years. It […]

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Greenwich

Half an hour’s boat journey from central London and closely associated with Greenwich Mean Time and the Royal Observatory, Greenwich is a perfect outing with […]

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