Complete your visit of St Paul’s Cathedral in typical English fashion – with afternoon tea! Explore the cathedral, one of the most recognizable buildings in London and a masterpiece of architecture by Sir Christopher Wren, with an audio-guided tour to hear about the church’s fascinating history and how it survived the ravages of the World War Two. Then head to the Restaurant at St Paul’s, inside the cathedral, to take part in that most British of traditions – a proper afternoon tea of light sandwiches, scones, cakes and loose-leaf tea.
See human history and culture brought to life on a 2.5-hour tour of the British Museum in London! With millions of artifacts spread over 70 galleries, the enthralling museum is vast and a visit to it without a guide can be overwhelming. So, follow a knowledgeable local guide around the exhibitions to discover its highlights while hearing historical facts and anecdotes. See mummies from Ancient Egypt, Anglo-Saxon treasures from England and the impressive Parthenon Frieze from the Acropolis of Athens, alongside other captivating relics.Numbers are limited to 25 people on this small-group tour, ensuring personalized attention from a guide.
Go behind the scenes at Twickenham Stadium, the world's most famous rugby stadium and the Home of England Rugby, on a guided tour. Spend just over an hour exploring the stadium from a bird's eye view of the bowl from the top of the stands to a visit to the royal box and other VIP areas. In the England dressing room, sit in the seat of your favorite players and learn about the pre-match rituals. Finally imagine the fans roaring as you leave the players tunnel to walk pitch-side to the World Rugby Museum.Please note: the World Rugby Museum will be closed from March to December 2017
Enjoy a tour of historic Wolseley Barracks, home of The Royal Canadian Regiment Museum. The Royal Canadian Regiment Museum tells the story of Canada's senior Infantry Regiment. The museum is located in Wolseley Barracks, purposely-built military architecture in 1886-1888 by the Dominion Government to house the 'D' Company of the Infantry School Corps.