Price: Starting from USD $128.33 per person
Duration: 10 hours

Leaving London, you head to Kent where the first stop is the 13th century, Hever Castle. This was the childhood home of Anne Boleyn, Henry VIII's second wife and mother of Elizabeth I. There are many items relating to the Tudors, including two prayer books signed and inscribed by Anne Boleyn.

A short drive from Hever Castle is the historic spa town of Royal Tunbridge Wells. The town was founded around the Chalybeate Spring - discovered in 1606 and the high iron content in the water was believed to have medicinal qualities. Famous for its antique auctions, fairs and shops, this is an opportunity to visit one of England's quintessential towns.

Leaving Tunbridge you head for the stately home of Penshurst Place, where time has seemingly stood still for over six centuries. Penshurst is still very much a medieval building where the highlight is the Barons' Hall, built in 1341. It has an impressive 60 foot high chestnut-beamed roof. Paintings, tapestries and furniture dating from the 15th, 16th and 17th centuries can be seen throughout the house.
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