Midsomer Murders Locations
Midsomer Murders, the British television detective drama series, is as popular now as when the first murder was committed at Badger’s Drift, way back in 1997.
The show is based on Caroline Graham’s Chief Inspector Barnaby book series, as originally adapted for television by Anthony Horowitz. A major success in viewership since its first episode, the series has been marketed worldwide in more than 200 countries.
On this killer coach tour*, your Blue Badge Guide will point out landmarks and buildings used in the show and locations of where some of the 222+ deaths were filmed. With over 7 million UK viewers, Midsomer Murders is an iconic drama which is loved by all ages.
A Ploughman’s lunch in the idyllic riverside town of Henley-on-Thames is the perfect respite before continuing this spectacular day out. Don’t forget to visit Chantry House. Your Ploughman’s lunch will include homemade Cumberland Sausage Rolls, Wookey Hole Cave-Aged Cheddar, Gloucester Old-Spot Cured Ham, Borretane Onions, English Cox Apples and Pear Chutney, all served with freshly baked bread.
Henley was first described in the 12th century and is, until today, considered one of the most beautiful English market towns with many interesting historical buildings. Its historic St Mary’s Church, the Town Hall, the market square, many local shops, plus its own theatre/cinema, mean Henley is a delightful place for mooching about. Best known for its annual Royal Regatta, Henley attracts some of the world’s finest rowers.
One free place after 30 paying passengers.
“The whole of my party had a brilliant day. The guide was fantastic and the pub looked after us well. Please thank the team for a great day.”