Visit Kent's Leeds Castle that has been referred to as the loveliest castle in the world by Lord Conway & is surrounded by 500 acres of gardens and parklands. Enter the world of history and magnificent architecture that can be traced back to the Tudor courts and reigns in London. The castle amidst the natural lake that is surrounded by greeneries all around is a treat for sore eyes and soul. If you want to unlock more about the reign of the rulers, you can choose to enter Leeds Castle which serves you as a historical structure and artifacts. The chapel, banqueting halls, and courtyards are a must-watch if you plan on entering Leeds Castle. Known as the royal residence of England's medieval queens, the Leeds Castle was built on two islands offering wildlife like wildfowl and black swan.
Canterbury Cathedral has been the center of Christian worship for more than 1700 years. The infamous venue where the brutal murder of Thomas Beckett took place in 1170. Canterbury Tales made the place one of the central hubs and significant for medieval pilgrimages that took place. You can learn more about the Anglican Church which has a history of the central Bell Harry Tower dating back to 1498, the crypt from the 11th century, and more such informative interactions through the professional tour guide.
The White Cliffs of Dover is famous for the serenity and picturesque view that you can gaze upon when walking by the coastline. With historic relevance to the medieval age and a magnificent 13th-century castle, Dover is one of the most popular tourist hubs for its beautiful sights.
The Greenwich Tour takes you across the south of the River Thames which brings you to the UNESCO World Heritage Site that gives you access to the legendary tea clipper ship Cutty Sark. You can also walk along the paths of Old Royal Navy College designed by Christopher Wren. So, plan a day out with our friends and family with our Leeds Castle, Canterbury, Dover and Greenwich Tours.