Thursday 8 August 2019
National Portrait Gallery
A tour to learn about Tudor costume in portraits.

Tuesday 16 July 2019
Chenies Manor House, Rickmansworth
A beautiful, historic landmark with extensive award-winning gardens, tucked away in idyllic Buckinghamshire countryside.

Thursday 5 September 2019
Cambridge
A visit to Kettle’s Yard Art Gallery, Trinity College and Queen’s College.

Wednesday 23 October 2019
London Walk
A walk around recently developed Kings Cross and St Pancras area.

Thursday 14 November 2019
Shakespeare Walk
A theatre history walk through Elizabethan London to give a flavour of the bard and his life.

Wednesday 22 January 2020
The Making of the Victoria and Albert Museum
Exploring the history of the building.

Wednesday 19 February 2020
Fashion at the Victoria and Albert Museum
A tour of the Fashion and British Galleries.

Wednesday 11 March 2020
Covent Garden
A musical walk around Covent Garden.
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Thursday 2 April 2020 This visit has been cancelled
Mithraeum and Roman London Walk
This new culural hub on the site of Bloomberg’s new European headquaters showcases the ancient temple, a selection of the remarkable Roman artefacts found during the recent excavation, and a series of contemporary art commissions.
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Thursday 21 May 2020 This visit has been cancelled
Bath
The Holburne Museum and the American Museum.
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Wednesday 17 June 2020 This visit has been cancelled
Mottisfont House and Romsey Abbey
Two grand properties in Hampshire.
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Monday 13 July 2020 This visit has been cancelled
Basildon Park
From fortunes from the East India Company and wartime assistance to 1950s glitz and glamour, the history of Basildon Park is a rich and interesting one. Delve into Basildon Park’s treasures and find out more about this fascinating property.
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Thursday 20 August 2020 This visit has been cancelled
Weald & Downland Living Museum
The museum is in Singleton, 7 miles from Chichester, and is where the BBC TV programme “The Repair Shop” is filmed. The Museum covers 40 acres with over 50 rescued historic buildings dating from 950AD to the 19th century along with gardens, farm animals, walks, a mill pond and many species of wild birds. On arrival we will have guided tours of the highlights of the collection and then there will be plenty of time to explore independently. Their website is at www.wealddown.co.uk.

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