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Jun

Kew Gardens, London

18 DGA Tours

Explore a World Heritage Site at Kew Gardens – one of the world’s most famous garden. Stroll a soaring walkway amid tree canopies and wander through extensive gardens under glass reaching up to 27°C. Enjoy a day out with four cafes and restaurants, art galleries, a serene lake and waterlily ponds. Glasshouses provide hours of undercover …
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May

Jane Austen Festival – September 2014

9 DGA Tours

Are you a Jane Austen fan?  Why not time your visit to the UK to coincide with Bath’s Jane Austen Festival, 12th – 21st September 2014. The 2014 Jane Austen Festival – Ten wonderful days of celebrating all things Austen in the beautiful Georgian city of Bath. The programme includes walking tours, talks, destination visits, and …
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Mar

The Sixties, Tower Bridge

4 DGA Tours

This stylish photography exhibition is on display in Tower Bridge’s  West Walkway, from 28th March to 31st December 2014. The exhibition features over 60 iconic images, from pop stars to Prime Ministers, fashion designers to Formula One racing drivers and cutting edge architecture to political activists. Booking required, combine with our London Classic Sightseeing tour.

Feb

Hare Raising in Cirencester

28 DGA Tours

From March until October this year if you are lucky enough to be in this Cotswold town, a bevy of beautifully decorated hares will be displayed.  Local businesses, schools and artists will be responsible for their appearance, sometimes in the most unexpected places.  The hare is an iconic symbol for Cirencester.  The fine hare mosaic, uncovered from …
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Feb

All The World is Now Richer – St. Paul’s Cathedral

28 DGA Tours

Sculptures by Sokari Douglas Camp CBE to commemorate the abolition of slavery will be exhibited in Saint Paul’s Cathedral from 7th – 31st May 2014. The six steel sculpture figures will be located by the Great West Doors (the site where the Christmas crib goes). Many of the cathedral’s monuments reflect the colonial period and …
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