Downton Abbey Town & Country Film Locations Tour - from London

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Downton Abbey Town & Country Film Locations Tour

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  • A 'must-do' for Downton Abbey fans!
  • See real filming locations from the series - including Downton Village, Kirkbymoorside and the home of Mr Drewe! 
  • Includes transport via mini coach from London

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Adults £54
Children £45
(0 - 15 yrs)

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What: Guided tour by by mini coach.

Where: London, UK.

Availability: Select Saturdays and Wednesdays.

Duration: Full day.

Don’t Miss: Having Lunch at Downton Village

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Downton Abbey Town & Country Film Locations Tour

Fans of Downton Abbey just can’t miss this tour of filming locations from the series, including Downton Village, Kirkbymoorside and the home of Mr Drewe!

Discover some of the wonderful scenery, villages and historic properties that have been used in Downton Abbey, and get an exclusive insight into the making of the show.

Morning

The starting location where you begin your day will depend on the day of the week you decide to take the tour. Both journeys take approximately 60 minutes in a comfortable mini coach.

Saturday Tours – Downtown Place

Journey from central London into the countryside to the 16th century house and grounds of Downton Place, which you may recognise from series 3!

Wednesday Tours – Grantham House

Departing from central London, you’ll journey to the stunning 18th century Georgian property which was used as the interior set for the Crawley’s London town house, featured at the end of the Season 4 special.

Lunch and Afternoon

You’ll journey into the heart of rural Oxfordshire to visit several villages that have been used in the world of Downton Abbey.

In Downton Village you’ll take a guided tour of familiar places such as Downton hospital, the village pub, the former home of Matthew Crawley and the local church.

Lunch will be taken at Downton Village, where afterwards you’ll have some time to explore the area at your own leisure.

You’ll make a short stop off at ‘Kirkbymoorside’ where Anna’s bus splashed through the stream outside the pub where Bates worked when he left Downton Abbey. You’ll also pass the pub where Branson and Sybil eloped in Series 2 and the church that Matthew and Edith visited in Series 1.

Finish your day with a spot of afternoon tea at the property that was used as the filming location for Yew Tree Farm in series 4 and 5. This was the home of Mr Drewe, the struggling tenant who agreed to help secretly raise Lady Edith’s illegitimate daughter.

Important: This tour does not visit Downton Abbey due to the limited opening times of Highclere Castle. Also the castle exterior cannot be viewed from any areas accessible to the public.

Suitable for:
  • Infants
  • Families
  • Couples
  • Groups
  • Teenagers
  • Seniors
Great for:
  • Explorers

Availability:

Saturdays and Wednesdays from March to October.

Time:

The tour departs at 8.30am

Duration:

Please allow a full day (approximately 10 hours), including the journeys to and from rural Oxfordshire.

Meeting Point:

Temple tube station (next to the station exit).

Included:

  • Professional guide
  • Transport by mini coach
  • Tea
  • Entry fees where applicable.

Not Included:

  • Lunch and gratuities
  • Please note: This tour does not visit Downton Abbey due to the limited opening times of Highclere Castle.

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