Why travel on a bus tour when you can enjoy a flexible private day tour with your own personal tour guide Harry Norman as recommended on the Tripadvisor link below ?
Our private day tours are fun for all ages with a customised tour itinerary designed to match your own personal interests.
Wherever you would like to visit we have a day tour for you, just scroll through the tours and prices heading at the top of this page.
- Our sedans or minivans are very comfortable so will ensure the best trip possible.
- Our guided tours show you places " behind the scenes " that tour buses can never reach.
- You will be driven at your own pace and stopping for as little or as long as you wish.
- No sharing with strangers.
- Our rates always include collection / return to your hotel.
- Your tour start and end time can be varied to suit you, that's the flexibility of private sightseeing tours with Harry Norman !
- Plenty of room to store luggage or a wheelchair during your tour.
Whatever your age, mobility and interests Harry will provide a wonderful insight into our English heritage during your visit. Our ethos is no rush, no fuss and no bus !
Hampton Court Palace is one hour from London and with its magnificent gardens, famous vine and Henry VIII's tennis court offer something for all ages. Built in 1514 by Cardinal Thomas Wolsey as his personal palace it was greatly envied by Henry VIIIth. Rumour has it the ghost of Anne Boleyn walks the corridors and certain rooms where she lived and loved.
Windsor Castle tours of the weekend country residence of H.M. Queen Elizabeth with its magnificent rooms of Royal treasures and State Apartments await you.
Close by is the famous Runnymede where King John was forced at swordpoint by the Barons to sign Magna Carta in 1215
The Cotswolds OR Stratford upon Avon (home of William Shakespeare) are only a few hours away from London
If history excites the senses we can bring it alive with a trip to Stonehenge and its sacred Druid stone circle. How were they erected and why?
If Naval history is of interest then Southward we venture to Portsmouth. Tread the decks of H.M.S.Victory, Admiral Lord Nelson's flagship and see where he fell at the battle of Trafalgar. Nearby is The Mary Rose, flagship of King Henry VIII, salvaged from the depths of the Solent and now preserved with many of its artIfacts.
We are happy to include a visit to Kings Cross station for Harry Potter fans as you can see by the photograph to the right. You can also visit the spot where Harry met Ron and the flying car to have your photograph taken there. We will show you the wall between platforms but can't guarantee you will make it through unless you know the spell ?
If time is short we can provide a tour from Heathrow and make it one of our London layover tours !