Visit a fascinating museum and take in the latest displays.
A day that takes you "behind the scenes" at the world's most famous tennis club and home of The Championships. Accompanied by a Blue Badge Guide, you'll be taken on a tour that will allow you to walk through the same doors that the player's use and sit in their seats in the Media Centre, visit Centre Court, learn what it takes to grow a perfect grass tennis court and much more.
Yesteryear's England is yours to explore at the Avoncroft Museum of Historic Buildings. The open air museum sits amongst acres of wildflower meadows and orchards with 700 years of history to delve into. There are over 30 different buildings and structures which have been rescued and re-built including a medieval townhouse. In the afternoon, we continue to Harvington Hall; an Elizabethan moated manor house dating from the 1590's.
A memorable day that commemorates and honours all who served, supported or suffered in the bombing campaigns of WWII. Visit the UK's tallest war memorial - The Spire - which was the last sight of Britain seen by the 58000 names on the surrounding Walls of Names.
Our day takes you to Britain's only remaining hand-made major Crystal manufacturer, set in the heart of beautiful Devon scenery. See the world famous products being produced on the Factory Experience Guided Tour as you watch the glass blowers who can actually make up to 1900 pieces a day!
Duxford aerodrome was built during the First World War and was one of the earliest Royal Air Force stations. This makes it the perfect setting for the show which is the highlight of the IWM programme of flying events, and features an amazing array of aerial displays. The spectacular includes a mixed programme of aircraft - old and new, military and non-military.
Once Britain’s Best Kept Secret, today Bletchley Park, Home of the Codebreakers, is a heritage site. Visitors can explore and experience the top secret world of iconic WWII Codebreaking Huts and Blocks set within an atmospheric Victorian estate, where 12,000 people worked in complete secrecy.
Visit a working paper mill to see machinery still producing paper today - after being given to the mill back in 1803! Take a guided tour, have a go making your own to take home plus enjoy a relaxing boat trip up the river that powers the recently restored wheel.
A day to celebrate HM The Queens Household Division in the heart of ceremonial London. Shortly after arrival, you’ll be able to watch the Mounted Guard Change before we then take you on a visit to the Household Cavalry Museum. One of the city’s most historic buildings, and the headquarters of the Household Division, the Household Cavalry has performed the daily ceremony that has remained unchanged for over 350 years.
Our visit to the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Hanger at RAF Coningsby to see the Flight's historic aircraft at close quarters, and to observe the BBMF technicians working to maintain them in airworthy condition, is a favorite with Johnson's customers.
Travel into the past of an industry that literally chiselled its way into the history of Wales. The National Slate Museum Victorian workshops and buildings are part of the original Dinorwig Quarry which closed in 1969 and are designed as though quarrymen and engineers have just downed tools and gone home.
London's canals have a fascinating past however you may not know that they are linked with the city's ice industry. London Canal Museum is, first and foremost, a water-ways museum where you can learn about the people who lived and worked on the water, the history of the canals, the cargoes carried as well as the horses that helped transport and pull them.
Visit RAF London Museum - located on the former Hendon Aerodrome. The museum houses a selection of aviation artefacts, memorabilia and a collection of over 100 aircraft onsite including a Vulcan B2, Eurofighter Tycoon, Vickers FB5, Avro Lancaster and the legendary Spitfire.
Our first stop of the day celebrates all that is art and craft. The British Ironwork Centre is home to some of the most beautiful and intricate art pieces and sculptures known to the UK. After light refreshments, we then take you along to Blists Hill where you can travel back to a time gone by and experience a different way of life in a world before TV's, cars and mobiles.
Learn about the history and the implications of genocide during this very moving and thought-provoking visit. Step into the museum which houses artefacts from that time, wander through the memorial gardens to reflect and remember as well as listen to one of the Holocaust survivors as they recount their experience.
This popular excursion allows you unprecedented access to the Royal Mint to discover the people and events behind the coins in your pocket, and hear some surprising stories from our history. Located in South Wales, the Royal Mint puts 1000 years of history into combining the finest craftsmanship with cutting-edge techniques to make coins and medals for over 60 countries.