Our Excursions

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76 Excursion(s) found

 

Florimania

Friday 29th March 2019

Florimania will take place in the Hampton Court Palace and this year’s theme is entitled “Embroidered Treasures of Hampton Court Palace”. The display will showcase floral-themed items from the collections of both Historic Royal Palaces and the Royal School of Needlework, with key elements of each treasure being interpreted by a beautiful accompanying arrangement of […]

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London Go-as-you-Please

Saturday 30th March 2019

Let Roadmark take the strain of driving to and from London and spend the day as you choose. Our coach will set down and pick-up at SOUTH KENSINGTON (close to the Museums), MARBLE ARCH (Park Lane close to Oxford Street) and THE SOUTH BANK, close to The London Eye and Houses of Parliament.

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Bruges

Saturday 30th March 2019

Travelling via Eurotunnel from Folkestone to Calais, we arrive in Bruges in time for lunch.  Bruges is one of Europe’s most appealing and picturesque cities, where the past lives on in the canals, streets, churches and squares. It is well known for its lace-making, strong Belgian beers and mouth watering chocolates. We recommend taking a […]

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Spring at Kew Gardens

Sunday 31st March 2019

The Royal Botanic Garden at Kew is more than just a garden. It is home to stunning vistas, an impressive arboretum, and ornate glasshouses and listed buildings, not to mention some of the rarest plants on the planet. Kew has over 30,000 species, including the world’s oldest known collection of orchids. Following extensive renovation the […]

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Ascott House and Garden

Wednesday 10th April 2019

We spend the afternoon at Ascott House, an ‘Old English’ half-timbered manor, dating back to the 16th century. At its core is an old farmhouse, though to date from the early 1600s but it was transformed by the Rothschilds towards the end of the 19th century and now houses an exceptional collection of paintings, fine […]

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Gaslight

Saturday 13th April 2019

Bella Manningham is convinced that she’s losing her mind just as her mother did before her. And, like her mother, she is terrified that she will end up in an asylum. She is haunted by the memory of an aunt violently murdered and sees ghostly apparitions; she hears floorboards creaking overhead, familiar objects disappear and then inexplicably […]

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Steaming Through the Cotswolds

Tuesday 16th April 2019

We make our way to the Cotswolds village of Broadway where we board our train on the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway for a return journey to Cheltenham along the former GWR main line from Birmingham.  The railway only completed the extension to Broadway last year and today’s 28 mile round trip offers views of the beautiful […]

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The House on Cold Hill

Wednesday 24th April 2019

Following the overwhelming, sell out stage success of Not Dead Enough, The Perfect Murder and Dead Simple, the No. 1 best-selling author Peter James is back with this spine-tingling smash hit play. Within days of moving into the huge, dilapidated Georgian mansion in the remote Sussex countryside, the Harcourt family quickly realise that they aren’t the only residents at Cold Hill… The […]

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The Postal Museum

Wednesday 24th April 2019

This new museum, located in the former Royal Mail Mount Pleasant Depot, tells the story of our postal service.  Discover a host of objects such as post boxes, uniforms, greeting cards and stamps.  Read letters sent from thousands of miles away with Writing Home, a collection of post sent home by soldiers in conflict, survivors […]

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