Most days will begin with a group breakfast and end with evening activities including dinner and free time. Below is the general itinerary for the week.

Day 1 - Welcome to the United Kingdom!
  • Meet your Tour Leader at the airport and transfer by private bus to your hotel to check in and have a welcome lunch.
  • Walk London’s West End including Piccadilly Circus, Covent Garden, Leicester Square, Nelson’s Column & Trafalgar Square, the original London Visitor’s Center, and the National Gallery.
  • Group welcome dinner and return to hotel
Day 2 - Globe Theatre and Tate Modern
  • Start the day with a self guided tour of the Tate Modern, Britain's national gallery of international modern art.
  • Guided tour of Shakepeare's Globe Theater, a faithful reconstruction of the open-air playhouse designed in 1599 where many of Shakespeare's plays were performed.
  • In the afternoon, you'll take part in an exciting theater workshop led by experienced actors, combining insight into Shakespeare and local community drama projects.
  • Enjoy a group dinner and your first West End theater production.
Day 3 - Stonehenge & Bath
  • Day-trip. Visit the world famous prehistoric monument of Stonehenge where a guide will walk you through the ancient landscape and provide insight into Neolithic life.
  • Continue to the historic city of Bath. Tour the Roman Baths, visit the Fashion Museum, and soak up the atmosphere of the town.
Day 4 - Tower of London & British Museum
  • River cruise from Westminster Pier. Many of London’s landmark buildings are built along the Thames and a guided cruise offers a fresh perspective. The cruise will take us to the Tower of London where you will learn the history of this fascinating castle and see the incredible Crown Jewels!
  • Tour the British Museum dedicated to human history, art, and culture with incredible artifacts and relics from all over the world!
  • Second West End theater production.
Day 5 - Stratford & Oxford
  • After breakfast, head to Stratford-upon-Avon for a tour of the childhood homes of both Shakespeare and Anne Hathaway.
  • On the way back to London, stop in the university town of Oxford, the oldest English-speaking university in the World. Many of England’s thinkers and writers have attended Oxford including Sir Walter Raleigh and Dr. Seuss, as well as modern day prime ministers.
  • Group dinner and overnight stay back in London
Waterfall Waterfall
Day 6 - Westminster and Victoria & Albert Museum
  • Tour of some of London’s finest and most famous landmarks including Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, St. James’ Palace and St. James’ park.
  • Take a short journey to South Kensington for a tour of the Victoria & Albert Museum, the world's largest museum of decorative arts and design, housing a permanent collection of over 4.5 million objects.
  • Farewell dinner.
Day 7 - Return home
  • After breakfast, transfer to the airport for your return flight.