Our Excursions

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69 Excursion(s) found



Sunday 3rd March 2019

Today we travel to Brooklands, the birthplace of British Motorsport and Aviation and the site of the world’s first purpose-built motor racing circuit. The aircraft on display include many constructed at the site, including the VC-10 and Viscount as well as Concorde 202 (which is open for visits at a small additional cost payable locally).  […]

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Lunch at The Walhampton Arms

Monday 4th March 2019

Always a firm favourite with Roadmark customers, the Walhampton Arms is located just outside the town of Lymington at the edge of The New Forest. Today we have arranged for a two-course carvery lunch in this former dairy.  After lunch we shall return via a scenic route through The New Forest. Soft drinks and alcohol […]

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Essex and The Chocolate Lady

Tuesday 5th March 2019

We drive to Essex to meet our Blue Badge Guide in the attractive village of Finchingfield where there will be time to purchase morning coffee. From high up in the coach, above the hedgerows, we’ll enjoy wonderful views as our guide captures the essence of rural Essex. For lunch we visit Saffron Walden. Few towns […]

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The Shard

Wednesday 6th March 2019

Join us for Fish & Chips followed by a trip up Western Europe’s tallest building – The Shard. We travel, first of all, to Waterloo to be greeted with pickles and prawns on the table before enjoying freshly fried Fish & Chips. Included with lunch is a cup of tea.  After lunch we make the […]

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Hindu Temple

Thursday 7th March 2019

We have arranged this visit to the BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir in London, the first traditional Hindu Mandir in Europe. 2,820 tonnes of Bulgarian limescale and 2,000 tonnes of Italian Carrara marble were shipped to India, carved by over 1,500 craftsmen and re-shipped to London. In all 26,300 carved pieces were assembled like a giant […]

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A Taste of Wiltshire

Thursday 7th March 2019

Our first destination today is the historic market town of Devizes.  The Market Place hosts cafes, restaurants, pubs, shops and the indoor market and, on Thursday’s the weekly street market. You will also find Wadsworth’s Brewery and The Wiltshire Museum in the town centre. In the afternoon we cross to the attractive town of Corsham. […]

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Friday 8th March 2019

Today’s excursion takes us to Hampshire’s award-winning living history museum, Milestones. You can explore the authentic shops and streets filled with familiar objects from the past. The museum comes to life through the lively commentary (a free audio guide is included) and there are costumed characters who perform daily.  The Memory Lane cafe serves a […]

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Glastonbury and Clarks Village

Saturday 9th March 2019

Glastonbury has a past steeped in faith and legend.  The town is famous for its great abbey, of which only a few fragments remain. Glastonbury Tor rises above the area and is said to be Avalon, the last resting place of King Arthur. After time for lunch and a look around we transfer to Clark’s […]

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London Museum of Docklands and Canary Wharf

Sunday 10th March 2019

This fascinating museum tells the story of London’s time as the world’s greatest trading city via a range of exhibitions and artefacts.  Discover the history of the area as a port from Roman times until the closure of the Central Docks in the 1970s.  The museum is located next to Canary Wharf, home to one […]

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