Scheduled Tours to UK
All of our forthcoming Scheduled Tours to UK are listed below.
If 1643 was a missed opportunity for the Royalists, 1644 was squandered in spectacular fashion by the Parliamentarians and Scottish Covenanters who had combined forces at the start of the year to defeat the King. find out more and book
Recognising that the Roman Empire could not expand indefinitely, Emperor Hadrian determined to consolidate his frontiers and the resultant wall reflects that change of policy. find out more and book
In the early summer of 1940, RAF Fighter Command was faced with the dilemma of bolstering the crumbling defence of France or withholding its resources in order to defend the United Kingdom. find out more and book
Scotlandís relationship with England has been turbulent since Roman times but never more so than at the turn of the 12th C and during the mid-18th C when English and British hegemony were seriously challenged. find out more and book
The Wars of the Roses became one of the most defining periods in English history. Lasting for 30 years (1455 Ė 1485), it split the country in two and produced five different monarchs. The crown passed between the houses of York and Lancaster, with the Lancastrianís eventually winning through and Henry Tudor establishing a new royal dynasty. find out more and book
Travelling through and walking in some of the finest English landscapes, we will try to understand how Anglo-Saxon kingship worked during this crucial period in English history as the most famous of the sons of Wessex, Alfred the Great, fought for survival against his Viking enemies. find out more and book
We follow the desperate gamble of the illegitimate son of Charles II from his landing at Lyme Regis to the last pitched battle on English soil at Sedgemoor including the skirmishes at Bridport, Axminster, Keynsham and Philips Norton. find out more and book
Over six days we enjoy an eclectic mix of battlefields, museums and castles as we travel through some of Englandís most beautiful countryside and visit some iconic towns and cities including two of The Northís greatest cities. find out more and book
The English Civil Wars are part of a living political tradition which continue to rage on paper and debate nearly four centuries after the internecine bloodletting. find out more and book
Straddling either side of the English Channel this tour visits a plethora of battlefields, castles, abbeys and churches to tell the fascinating story of William the Conqueror and his victory at the Battle of Hastings in the year 1066. find out more and book
Tours to UK - Future Planning
We intend to run all of the following tours in the near future. Final dates and prices are yet to be confirmed. Register your interest and we will contact you as soon as these tours become available.