About our Outside London Taxi Tours
We will pick you up from your central London hotel or apartment and take you on a tour, in an air conditioned London taxi. At the end of the tour you can be dropped back at your hotel or a central destination of your choice.
Possibly the most famous and most visited literary landmark in Britain. This is the house where it is thought that Shakespeare was born and spent his childhood years here.
Mary Arden's House
This magnificent, thatched and timber-framed, Tudor farmstead was identified in the 18th century as childhood home of Mary Arden, mother of William Shakespeare.
Nash's House and New Place
William Shakespeare's final retirement home was here at Nash's House/New Place in Chapel Street, one of the main streets in Stratford. He purchased the building in 1597 for £60.Hall's Croft
This house was home to Shakespeare's daughter Susanna who in 1607 married a highly-respected local physician, Doctor John Hall (after whom the house is named).Holy Trinity Church
The church at which William Shakespeare was baptised on April 26th 1564 (Gulielimus, Filius Johannes Shakespeare) and then was buried here on 25th April 1616.
This was also his family church, which he attended throughout his life.
Harvard House was the home of Katherine Rogers, mother of John Harvard, whose bequest made possible the foundation of Harvard University. Built in 1596 it is a fine example of an Elizabethan town house.
Closed in Winter.
Blenheim PalaceAlthough built in 1714 Blenheim Palace is probably most famous for being the birth place of Sir Winston Churchill, born on the 30th November 1874 at 01.30am.
Even though this was not his official home he spent many happy years here and in 1908 standing by the lake he proposed to his wife, Miss Clementine Hozier. Part of the Palace is dedicated to a Churchill exhibition, including his birth room, pictures and statues.
Churchill and his wife are buried just outside Blenheim Palace in a nearby churchyard at Bladon, beside his parents Lord and Lady Randolph Churchill.
Blenheim Palace consists of many exciting rooms, like the Great Hall, Sallon (which is a grand dining room with wonderful murals and paintings by Louis Laguerre). There are three glamorous state rooms, with an extremely long library.
During your visit to Blenheim Palace, take the time to visit the gardens surrounding Blenheim Palace, which consist of a tranquil Water Terrace along with the peaceful Italian Garden and stunning Rose Garden.
COLLEGE AND CATHEDRAL OF OXFORD
Founded originally by Cardinal Wolsey and re-founded by Henry VIII in 1546. Christchurch and Oxford Cathedral, which is the smallest in England, is also the college chapel.
Presently, famous for the Great Hall and hall stairs, which were in the Harry Potter films. Previously it had appeared in Alice wonderland story.
Open to the public and becoming the most visited attraction within Oxford.
Built in 1488 in an amazing English Gothic style with its complex vaulted ceiling is the home of Oxford's research library within Divinity School.
Bodleian library is better known nowadays as the Great Library in the Harry Potter films.
Today it is used for concerts and ceremonies by Oxford University.
|Cost Of Visiting Sights|
|Blenheim Palace||£19.50 per person|
|Stratford -upon - Avon||£19.50 Per Adult|