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Arundel castle on a sunny day
First established as a motte-and-bailey castle in the 11th century, Arundel Castle survived England’s tumultuous Middle Ages and was besieged during the Anarchy and, subsequently, the English Civil War. Remodelled and restored during the 19th and 20th centuries, Arundel Castle & Gardens today constitutes one of the great historical sites in South East England.  Join...
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The British Royal Private Virtual Tour London
The popularity of Netflix’s The Crown (2016–) should come as no surprise to anyone familiar with the work of writer Peter Morgan.  Morgan had previously had immense success with his feature film The Queen (2006), and his stage play The Audience (2013).  The combination of the expertly crafted dialogue and brilliant central performances has made...
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Fascinated by Britain’s WW2 history? Join John England Tours and explore World War Two historical destinations in South East England. With our Tailor-Made Tours of South East England, we can take you on two private tours within the same day.  Explore Dover’s WW2 history as we visit Dover Castle, where we’ll learn about the secret...
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Hever Portcullis
Beginning its life as a country house in the 13th century, Hever Castle is today most famous as the childhood home of Anne Boleyn. For anyone interested in Tudor history and the reign of King Henry VIII, Hever Castle is a must-see destination. The castle is a historical gem set in the beautiful, leafy and...
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A view of Hever Castle in summer
English Tourism Week is upon us and with a new theme for 2022: “You’re Welcome!”. Yes, this year’s message is loud and clear. After a couple of testing years, English tourism is buzzing again and welcoming guests from all over the world.We thought there was no better time for us to put together a blog...
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Join John England Tours as we explore the dramatic history of Hampton Court Palace, one of England's most extraordinary royal palaces. Read more!
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Experience over a thousand years of British history at Dover Castle, Kent – the castle of castles.
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On a single day, John England Tours will take you inside the homes of two of the greatest Englishmen ever to have lived: Charles Darwin and Winston Churchill.
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Located a mere five miles from each other, Sir Winston Churchill’s former home at Chartwell and Hever Castle, (once owned by the Boleyn family), represent two of the most important historical sites in all of England.
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Over the course of one day, you will get to experience one of England’s most iconic castles and the spiritual centre of England, Canterbury.
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