There is no finer way to celebrate tennis as a family than with this thrilling and luxurious kid friendly adventure to Wimbledon. Journey to London and the legendary emerald grass courts of Wimbledon to watch the sport’s finest players compete for the most coveted of “Grand Slam” titles merged together with a plethora of fun activities. Enjoy official Debenture level Centre Court tickets to the opening round. While not at the tournament the family will delight in private guided tours, a private helicopter ride, a ride on the London Eye, horseback riding in Hyde Park, a visit to the London Zoo and tickets to see the Lion King! Featuring private guide, driver, friendly hotel and the option to customize the tour to suit the matches your family wants to see!
Let us help you plan a perfect Wimbledon holiday by customizing your tour to other parts of England or Europe. With a wealth of hotels, activities and experiences from which to choose, the world is your oyster.
Meet your driver at Heathrow airport, and take a private transfer to your hotel.
A welcome package with your vouchers, a city map, train tickets (if relevant) and any other touristic information that we deem you may find useful will be waiting for you upon your arrival at your first hotel on your trip.
Enjoy time at leisure to explore at your own pace, or relax at your hotel.
One of the world's great cities, vibrant London manages to shine in the greyest weather and its diversity defies a simple definition. This sprawling city has drawn people for centuries, looking for something and finding the unexpected. It's one of the world's most international cities and its influences blend to create something uniquely wonderful. Let your Guide know your particular interests and he/she will help you discover the city on your half day walking tour of central London. Learn how to take the "tube", explore the cobblestone streets, gardens, and markets, and be a Londoner for a day. Your Guide will meet you at your hotel. Please note that one should wear comfortable shoes and a hat; suitable for children. (No entrance fees included)
Enjoy wonderful sights of the city of London from the London Eye ferris wheel! The London Eye (also known as the Millennium Wheel), at a height of 135 metres (443 ft), is the biggest Ferris wheel in Europe, and has become the most popular paid tourist attraction in the United Kingdom, visited by over three million people in per year. At the time it was erected, in 1999, it was the tallest Ferris wheel in the world, until it was surpassed by the Star of Nanchang (160 m) in May 2006, and then the Singapore Flyer (165 m) on 11 February 2008. However, it is still described by its operators as "the world's tallest cantilevered observation wheel" (because the entire structure is supported by an A-frame on one side only). The London Eye is located at the western end of Jubilee Gardens, on the South Bank of the River Thames between Westminster Bridge and Hungerford Bridge.
Park Plaza County Hall (4*) is conveniently located on the south side of the River Thames near Waterloo Station and is next to London's County Hall, home to several attractions, including the London Sea Life Aquarium. This London County Hall hotel is within minutes of a number of other popular sights, including the London Eye (walking distance), Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament. Our London accommodation features modern guest rooms, six well-equipped meeting rooms with natural daylight, food and beverage outlets, an Executive Lounge and a Fitness Centre. Choose Park Plaza County Hall and see what makes it one of the top London Waterloo hotels.
Have all of London at your fingertips with a London Pass that includes a London Transport Travelcard for your choice of 1, 2,3 or 6 days (zones 1-6). You could consider this as your passport to the city as it gives you free access to over 50 attractions. Museums, the zoo, galleries, cinemas, royal palaces, ice skating, boat trips, walking tours, historic sites and much more. Once you have purchased your London Pass you gain fast track entry to over 50 of London's attractions. Some attractions that you can visit with your London Pass include; The Tower of London, The Tower Bridge Exhibition, Kensington Palace, Kenwood House, Kew Gardens, London Zoo, The British Museum to name just a few. Have fun exploring at your own pace!
Jump the queues and take your seats on centre court with at one of the most famous tennis venues in the world. Indulge in strawberries and cream, a glass of chilled Pimm’s and afternoon tea in the sun; all images synonymous with a great day out at Wimbledon. Today’s matches are first round matches, and while the exact schedule won’t be finalized until closer to the date, you can be sure that there will be a variety of exciting singles matches to watch, whether on Centre Court or on any of the outside courts. Enjoy the spectacle of the parade of hats on display, from the fantastic to the sublime, from the quirky to the extravagant. Watch world class players fight for the championship, and if you’re lucky, watch Federer fight to claim his fifth successive Wimbledon title as he seeks to surpass the legacy of Sampras. After the day’s exhilarating matches, transfer back downtown.
If you have ever longed to go for a spot of trotting on London's famous Rotten Row, then horse riding at Hyde Park is the ideal sport for you! With a variety of equestrian activities, the Hyde Park Stables will cater for all riding abilities and ages from five upwards. Rotten Row in London's Hyde Park has been the most famous equestrian venue in England for 300 years. What could be a be pleasant way to wander through Hyde Park than on horseback acompanied by an Instructor?
Entrance ticket to London Zoo.
London Zoo is the world's oldest scientific zoo.It was opened in London on April 27, 1828, and was originally intended to be used as a collection for scientific study. It was eventually opened to the public in 1847. Today it houses a collection of 755 species of animals, with 15,104 individuals, making it one of the largest collections in the United Kingdom.
It is managed under the aegis of the Zoological Society of London (established in 1826), and is situated at the northern edge of Regent's Park (the Regent's Canal runs through it). The Society also has a more spacious site at ZSL Whipsnade Zoo in Bedfordshire to which the larger animals such as elephants and rhinos have been moved. As well as being the first scientific zoo, ZSL London Zoo also opened the first Reptile house (1849), first public Aquarium (1853), first insect house (1881) and the first children's zoo (1938).
Spend a night out at the Lion King! Set against the majesty of the Serengeti Plains and to the evocative rhythms of Africa, Disney’s multi-award winning musical The Lion King will redefine your expectations of theatre. Shown at the LYCEUM Theatre (Wellington Street, London WC2E 7DA, nearest underground station: Covent Garden).
Here are some ideas for a self-guided Shopping Tour... Outside of the mainstream shopping street of Oxford Street, Regent Street and Knightsbridge, there are plenty of great areas to check out... The Cabbages & Frocks Market in Marylebone High Street offers the best of global food, together with fashion and lifestyle. Popular with out of towners, St Christopher's Place is one of the most exciting specialist shopping locations in the West End. The area is made up of walkways that include Gees Court, St Christopher's Place, James Street, Barrett Street and parts of Oxford Street and Wigmore Street. Duke of York Square, in Chelsea is the area's newly developed pedestrian precinct. The eateries feature great outdoor spaces. One of the best places for outdoor shopping, Spitalfields is a quirky shoppers' dream. If you're looking for a one-off piece or something truly unique, you'll find it here.
Consider taking a day trip to Bath today - either in the company of your own private chauffeur driven vehicle with guide, on a shared tour or by luxurious Orient Express train! However you decide to get there, you can immerse yourself in this glorious destination, famous for the Roman Baths, the Georgian crescent, museums and antique shops asyou send the day here before returning to London. Should you choose the orient Express option, you can enjoy brunch with a bellini on the outward journey, a guided tour in Bath, and a four course dinner with champagne and wine on your return journey. On arrival at Bath you will be met by Guides who will accompany you on a coach tour of this delightful city taking in the sights of the city and the famous Roman Baths and Pump Room. Today, Bath is Britain's best preserved Georgian city. The Roman Baths and Pump Room are one of the best preserved Roman sites north of the Alps, where hot mineral water rises from a spring at a temperature of 46°C. Explore the beauty of the Ancient Roman's architecture and art, and marvel at the intricate workmanship. Regardless of how you visit bath, you are sure to enjoy your excursion! Please speak to your Sales Advisor if you are interested in any adding any of these options into your itinerary.
Meet your driver at your hotel and be taken to Heathrow Airport by a private transfer.
Citizens of other countries may require a visa. Please ask your Sales Advisor. These requirements change often and therefore it is best that you check with the Embassy of England for the most up to date visa information.
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