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Manor Houses and Stately Homes Tour

Chartwell/Chiswick House/Syon House/Kensington Palace/Hampton Court Palace/Pehhurst/Osterley/Ham House and Charlton House.

Chartwell, family home of Sir Winston Churchill for 40 years contains many personal documents, his walking sticks and reading glasses. The house and garden, apart from his wife Clementine, were his greatest love. A stunning view over the Weald of Kent, which Churchill painted. Here he wrote historic books gaining the Nobel Prize for Literature. Full day.

Duke of Northamberland's HomeDescribed by John Betjeman as 'the Grand Architectural Walk', Syon House and its 200 acre Thameside park is the home of the Duke of Northumberland, whose family have lived here for 400 years. Originally a late medieval abbey, Syon House has Tudor origins and contains some of Robert Adam's finest interiors, commissioned by the first Duke in the 1760s. Half day. Email:

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Palladian ArchitectureChiswick House. An almost-perfect copy of Palladio's Villa Rotunda, built by Lord Burlington, this is the finest surviving example of Palladian architecture in Britain. Palladianism promoted a return to the standards, practices and style of Andrea Palladio, the 16th century Italian architect, who in turn was inspired by Classical architecture. It is situated in extensive historic Italianate landscaped gardens, with statues, temples, urns and an obelisk. There is an audiovisual display, a shop and guided tours with prior booking. Half day.

Hampton Court Palace's history and breathtaking architecture have earned the respect of generations of royals. The palace traces its history back to 1236 when it was owned by the Knights Hospitallers of Saint John of Jerusalem and later to King Henry VIII.

Kensington Palace was built in 1675 by Sir Christopher Wren, Birthplace of Queen Victoria. Princess Diana made Kensington Palace her home.

Stately Homes Charlton House: Stately Homes

Fully inclusive of private car and "Blue Badge" qualified tour guide. Price is a complete package per car, not per person.

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