DAYS OUT WITH GROUPS DIRECT

Days out at are all about having fun. From steam train rides to walking tours and garden visits to guided brewery tours, we cover all areas of Group Travel. If you have an idea that we haven’t thought of, please let us know and we will create a bespoke itinerary just for you!

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BACKSTAGE TOURS

The Royal Opera House Bob and Tamar Manoukian Production Workshop and Costume Centre are set in the High House Production Park in Purfleet amid beautifully restored historic buildings and landscaped gardens. They are fascinating and inspiring places to visit and learn about the skills behind theatre set construction, design and costume making. You will discover the fascinating world of painters, carpenters and metalworkers as they make the Royal Opera House designers’ vision into reality

We are excited to announce our brand new day out, taking you behind the scenes at the London Coliseum.  Explore the hidden world of ENO (English National Opera) and discover the secrets of the largest theatre in London’s West End on one of these fascinating guided tours. 

Finally, it's your chance to step inside this amazing venue which has been reopened due to popular demand and following a massive £50 million renovation.

Based at Laverstoke Mill in leafy rural Hampshire, just 15 miles from Winchester and 60 miles from London, the Bombay Sapphire Distillery is in a conservation area with over 1000 years of history.

Go deep into the heart of the UK’s largest sports and music venue to those areas usually reserved for the biggest names in sport and music. Your tour will include the ‘Crossbar Exhibition’ and ‘Walk of Legends’, the changing rooms, press conference room, players’ tunnel, pitch-side, Royal Box and a photograph with the FA Cup.

Ever wondered how gin is made? Join us for a fun and informative tour around our working distillery in Stratford upon Avon. This tour is complimented by a relaxing River cruise with Fish and Chips. We can guarantee you’ll definitely see Stratford’s swans!

Now in its seventh year, Call the Midwife regularly captures the hearts of over 10 million viewers who tune in to watch the much-loved programme. However, little do those viewers know that the historic Dockyard Chatham has been the backdrop for many of the show’s most iconic scenes.

Enjoy morning tea and coffee with breakfast pastries before going on a Grand Tour of this iconic music venue.

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