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Our most recommended England Sightseeing Tours

  • The Big Smoke in a Whiff! 5-Hour Bike Tour

    1. The Big Smoke in a Whiff! 5-Hour Bike Tour

    The journey starts outside Hotel Hilton at 129 Bayswater road, 20 meters from Queensway tube station. You will cruise through the wonderful Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park to visit some of the most famous places in the world such as Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square, Westminster Abbey, the Houses of Parliament, and Big Ben. Then, follow the River Thames towards the iconic Tower Bridge and the Tower of London, making a stop at the Monument of London and, of course, at Sir Christopher Wren's St Paul's Cathedral. This is approximately a 5-hour tour at a slow pace and it provides a chance to see the best places in London. You'll stop for a snack along the way and you're welcome to bring your own. After the tour your guide will be happy to assist you in any way they can and share their great experiences of London.

  • Liverpool: 50-Minute Mersey River Cruise

    2. Liverpool: 50-Minute Mersey River Cruise

    From the Beatles performing on the Riverboat Shuffle cruises in the early 1960s to tales of smuggling, Mersey Ferries carry a cargo of memories. On this 50-minute cruise, you’ll sit back and enjoy the fascinating commentary and absorb the heritage. There is simply no better way to enjoy Liverpool’s iconic waterfront than from the deck of a legendary Mersey Ferry. Learn about the history of the Mersey Ferries and the Beatles, who performed 4 times on board the Royal Iris. The performances spanned 3 distinct periods in the development of the renowned group. The first ferry performance was on a cruise in August 1961, when the Beatles were still wearing leather. In August of the following year, they performed again, changing their image to a more clean-cut look, sporting suits, and ties. Their final ferry show was on 28 September 1962, featuring Ringo on drums. By this time they had recorde...

    Great experience loads to see ,smooth ride , definitely do again , value for money

  • Liverpool: City and Beatles Open Top Bus Tour

    3. Liverpool: City and Beatles Open Top Bus Tour

    Hop aboard the open-top bus tour of Liverpool and The Beatles. You will hear about the social history of the city and where the Beatles were born and raised, stayed, and played. See all the city’s historic sights, including the Unesco World Heritage waterfront and the 2 magnificent Cathedrals, before being whisked off to the leafy suburbs of south Liverpool, home of the Fab Four. You will make 2 stops. The first at Penny Lane and the second at Strawberry Field, where you can leave the bus for a priceless photo opportunity. Then you'll go to the childhood homes of John Lennon and Paul McCartney, before traveling back towards the city where you will hear all about the great River Mersey. Once you have completed the City and Beatles tour, use your ticket to join the hop-on hop-off city tour. With a pre-recorded commentary you'll be taken through the historical landmarks and attractions in...

    A very enjoyable tour with our driver Tony and guide Chris who was very knowledgable about Liverpool and the Beatles, he kept everyone entertained with his jokes, singing and playing the banjo, it was a wonderful experience for a first visit to Liverpool

  • Etihad Stadium: Manchester City Stadium Tour

    4. Etihad Stadium: Manchester City Stadium Tour

    Take a look at the state-of-the-art new player facilities on this re-vamped stadium and club tour. Walk in the footsteps of your favorite players on this fascinating behind-the-scenes tour of the Etihad Stadium. From their arrival to their pre-match preparations, and from the big match to their post-match media obligations, gain a true understanding of the journey that they take on a match day. You’ll experience all of this with the help of one of the expert professional guides, who will bring each area to life with interesting stories, facts and anecdotes. There are plenty of new areas to visit this season, including the brand new player facilities and the introduction of The Tunnel Club – the first of its kind in world football.

    The tour was magnificent. Our tour guide was Ian F and he made it such an enjoyable experience. Absolutely marvellous and the kids loved it!

  • Manchester United Museum and Stadium Tour

    5. Manchester United Museum and Stadium Tour

    Learn about the club's history and achievements as you explore the museum. Take a tour of Old Trafford and sit in your favorite player's seat in the dressing room.

    Imagine yourself ready to start the cup final as you walk through the players’ tunnel towards the pitch. Take Ole’s seat in the dugout and plan your tactics.

    See the press room where the manager makes his statement after each home game and the VIP room that has hosted so many big names over the years.

    After completing your behind-the-scenes tour, receive a personalized certificate to commemorate your visit to Old Trafford.

    I had a personal tour with a lovely guy called Tony. He was very knowledgeable about everything. He has over 60 years of experience with the club. My friend and I can't thank him enough for the way he looked after us both. Anybody who's going on the tour and gets Tony will be very blessed indeed. I even took a photo of him with Ronald's shirt in in the in the dressing room as a memory of a wonderful experience.

  • Comedy Horror Show: York Ghost Bus Tour

    6. Comedy Horror Show: York Ghost Bus Tour

    Let the darker side of York's history send a chill down your spine as you discover the city’s dark and terrible secrets. Board the Necrobus and get ready to embark on a 75-minute theatrical sightseeing tour. Enjoy a comedy horror journey around York's seedier past as your creepy conductor shows you the sights from a classic 1960s Routemaster bus. The on-board actors and eerily decorated bus will ensure you have the spookiest ride in town. Learn about the sinister side of many of York's most famous landmarks including Clifford’s Tower, York Minster, and Dick Turpin's grave. Let your imagination run wild as you hear about the ghosts that reside within the medieval walls of one of England's spookiest cities.

    We were a bit dubious about this trip but I must say we really enjoyed it.our conductor Paul Bearer was very good and knowledgeable,he made us laugh a good few times.Takes about an hour and we felt was worth the money so won’t spoil the content for everyone.Great fun.

  • From Poole to Swanage: 2-Hour Jurassic Coastal Cruise

    7. From Poole to Swanage: 2-Hour Jurassic Coastal Cruise

    Begin your trip at Poole Harbour and board an open deck boat fitted with seating and comfortable saloons. From here, you will be taken on a journey through 185 million years of history along the Jurassic Coastline. On your cruise pass a number of Dorset's most famous landmarks like the golden beaches of Sandbanks, Brownsea Island, and the Old Harry Rocks, named after a notorious pirate. Enjoy expert commentary from your captains as you glide by. Once reaching Swanage, head back towards Poole and capture the perfect picture of the famous chalk formations from the boat's outer deck.

    Extremely good value for money with beautiful scenery and interesting facts given by the Skipper. Definitely go again!!!

  • London: Westminster to Greenwich River Thames Cruise

    8. London: Westminster to Greenwich River Thames Cruise

    Board your pleasure boat at Westminster Pier and cruise to Greenwich to see London's historical sights from the River Thames. Boats depart every 40 minutes between May and August and journey past iconic sights such as the Houses of Parliament, Tower Bridge, and the Tate Modern. Admire the pyramid-structure of The Shard and see other monuments from London's historic waterway. Listen to the live audio commentary as you sit back and relax. Benefit from the comfort of a modern but traditional vessel. Head to the open deck for panoramic views of London's landmarks. A full Westminster to Greenwich cruise takes approximately 1 hour, while a return cruise takes 2 hours in total. Feel free to explore the charms of Greenwich on your own terms, and see sights such as Greenwich Market, the Cutty Sark, National Maritime Museum, Greenwich Park and the Royal Observatory which are all within easy walk...

    Joined the cruise boat at Westminster Pier the boarding went smoothly. The crew were friendly and the commentary was amusing but informative. Really enjoyed the trip downriver to Greenwich. We had a walk around and pie & mash at Goddards before returning to Westminster

  • Oxford: University and City Walking Tour with Alumni Guide

    9. Oxford: University and City Walking Tour with Alumni Guide

    This Oxford University and city walking tour begins in central Oxford and is designed to show you the world behind the doors. The small group size enables the student guide to give a personalized account of university life. Visit one of the university’s oldest colleges, as well as the Bodleian Library. Learn about the history of the university colleges, including All Souls College, Trinity College, Oriel College, Hertford College and Merton College and also the Radcliffe Camera, the University Church of St. Mary and more. You’ll get an equally in-depth history about the town. Hear about ceremonies at Oxford, famous graduates, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and also how the most powerful Archbishop of Canterbury was burned at the stake in Oxford.

    Our guide John deserves a raise, he was absolutely amazing!!! Thank you for such an informative and fun tour!

  • Bath: 25-Minute City Boat Trip to Pulteney Bridge

    10. Bath: 25-Minute City Boat Trip to Pulteney Bridge

    Come aboard a short cruise down the River Avon, passing all the best sights and taking some time to relax along the way. On sunny days, the cockpit roof will be open to the sun, and on cooler days, the coal fire will keep the saloon toasty warm. As you glide through the water in an authentic and lovingly-restored 1960's cruiser, your skipper will point out key attractions. Pass the entrance to the Kennet and Avon Canal, which links London with the Bristol Channel, and cruise under the North Parade Bridge. Look out for nesting peregrine falcons at the 19th-century St. John's Church. Marvel at views of Pulteney Bridge, the rushing dam, and the architecture of the city center, including 17th-century Bath Abbey. There, the cruiser will pause to allow time to take in the view. From Pulteney Bridge, you'll then turn and head back downriver. Pass under the Halfpenny Bridge and see the spot wh...

    Short but enjoyable trip up the river to the weir and back. Not expensive and a pleasant way to pass half an hour.

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What people are saying about England

What a fantastic tour from start to finish . Our double act , driver Smoggie and tour guide Tony were both so funny and friendly. It was one of the highlights of our weekend .

Very entertaining evening with tales of ghastly ghosts and a lot of history thrown in! Nice couple of hours that flew by with our enthusiastic host George. Loved it

Brilliant! Jack was warm, friendly and very knowledgeable :) x

tour guide Terry was really knowledge able and friendly

Jack the guide was very informative and entertaining!