Dear Friends,

We invite you to join us on our nine-day London Theater Tour on May 8-16, 2018, as we explore London’s West End, the Globe Theater, Warner Brothers Studios (home of the Harry Potter Studio Tour), and all the traditional highlights of London. This exciting tour features a stay at a single hotel location in London city, allowing you the opportunity to explore the city in-depth, with plenty of time for day-trips and excursions.

Get ready for an authentic look in the art and culture of the British capital and experience the London you’ve been dreaming of! Featuring the best live theater scene on the planet, as well as the rich history of Shakespeare, and the modern marvel of J.K. Rowling’s literary and media tour-de-force, London allows visitors to enjoy the delights of Europe with no language barriers.

During your week in London, your guide will lead you on a magical tour along the Thames and through the Tower, Westminster Abbey, St. Paul’s, historic neighborhoods, and plenty of performances—and even take you on a trip to Windsor Castle. Join us for the best of London in nine days!

Enjoy two performances in the West End, London’s premiere theater district! Experience a once-in-a-lifetime journey as the magic of Harry Potter comes to life before your very eyes. A unique, fully guided tour of the London studios where the films were made will take you back to your favorite parts of the films. See the great hall, platform 9-3/4, Hagrid’s hut, and more!

Visit the Globe Theater for an exclusive workshop experience to dig deep into the rich history of Shakespeare, followed up by a performance in the Globe itself.

Whether it is your first visit to London or you’ve explored the city before, there are always so many attractions just waiting to be discovered! From iconic landmarks such as the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben to enjoying street performances and shopping in and around Covent Garden, you will get the very best out of this historic city. We look forward to touring London with you!

Sincerely,
Dr. Matt Johnson