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Agatha Christie Group Tour

Agatha Christie Group Tour

Agatha Christie Group Tour

Discover one of the most famous 'who dunnit' authors of all time and follow in the footsteps of Hercule Poirot and Miss Marple. Visit her homes and see the houses and places which inspired her novels and the locations where her films were made.


Tour Highlights

  • Visit key sites in London associated with Agatha Christie: the Memorial Garden in Convent Garden, her London homes and the pubs/restaurants which she used to visit. Also see sites which appear in film adaptations and the popular Poirot TV series such as Scotland Yard, Bow Street, famous hotels, Poirot's apartment and the British Library.
  • Take a tour of stately homes and castles which have featured in TV and film adaptations, including: Penshurst Place, Knebworth House, Eltham Palace, Wrotham Park, Loseley Park, Dover Castle and Highclere Castle. Also National Trust properties including Polesden Lacey and Cliveden.
  • Picturesque villages including Hambleden, Shoreham, Smarden, Chilham and Powerstock, locations for Christie's fictional villages such as Miss Marple's fabled St Mary Mead. Also Shere, Mickleham and Albury in the Surrey countryside which feature in the 2022 TV adaptation of Why Didn't They Ask Evans?
  • Vintage railway stations, traditional tea rooms and grand hotels which either inspired her or which appeared on screen.
  • Stay at the luxury 5-star Browns Hotel – the oldest hotel in London. Agatha was a regular guest here and it is believed that Browns was the inspiration for Miss Marple: At Bertram’s Hotel.
  • Watch an Agatha Christie West End production; choose between The Mousetrap, the longest running play in the world or become part of the courtroom drama in a production of Witness For The Prosecution (or choose both!)
  • Greenway in Devon, a National Trust property and Agatha Christie’s beloved holiday home. Greenway is believed to be the inspiration for scenes in the Poirot novels Five Little Pigs and Dead Man’s Folly.
  • Tour the southwest and visit the mansion where she attended dances; the hotel where she stayed on her wedding night and the church where she was baptised. Walk the streets where she used to rollerskate and enjoy her favourite beaches. See her personal belongings and memorabilia on display at the Torquay museum. Stay in the hotel where she wrote her first novel, The Mysterious Affair at Styles.
  • See where scenes from the 2022 film Death on the Nile were filmed in the Cotswolds, as well as picturebook Castle Combe, which appeared in The Murder of Roger Ackroyd. 
  • Visit Burgh Island, widely acknowledged as the inspiration behind her novels Evil Under The Sun and And Then There Were None. The island has also been used in several Agatha Christie movies.
  • Wallingford, where Agatha lived for over 40 years, with the new lifesize bronze statue of Christie. Visit the local museum with an exhibition about Christie and her life in Oxfordshire. Visit her burial place nearby.
  • Visit Kents Caverns, the inspiration for The Man In The Brown Suit. Agatha Christie’s father helped to finance the excavations of these caves.
  • The spa town of Harrogate, where she ran off to when her husband told her he wanted a divorce. Stay in the very hotel she stayed in.
  • Enjoy lunch or afternoon tea in the Lake District, in the replica French SNCF steam engine that was used in Kenneth Brannagh's 2017 film adaptation of Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express starring Dame Judi Dench and Johnny Depp. 
  • Enjoy fine dining or afternoon tea on-board Belmond’s British Pullman. Elegant decor and attention to detail recalls the era of luxury rail travel, celebrated by Christie in her novels.
  • Agatha Christie Festival in September: celebrate Agatha Christie in Torquay, her birthplace on the English Riviera, with a week of cultural talks, walks, films, workshops and performances, plus an exciting fringe programme.

What Our Clients Say

I was very fortunate to be on their 70th and 75th D-Day celebration tours. The service and attention to details was exceptional. It was very moving to go back.

As a Jane Austen enthusiast, this tour was perfect - and the Jane Austen Festival in Bath was just fabulous to see!

Words fail me...The Downton Abbey was a perfectly wonderful travel experience! We did not know we would be the ONLY guests at the Abbey. When we realised how truly exclusive our tour was we were speechless! Surreal being there and actually meeting Lady Carnarvon.