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Downton Abbey Group Tour

Downton Abbey Group Tour

Downton Abbey Group Tour

It's been confirmed and we're beyond thrilled...the cast are filming the third film in the fabulous Downton Abbey franchise. No launch dates announced yet why wait to join in the excitement? Talk to us today about a bespoke Downton Abbey tour and give your groups a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to visit the now iconic home of the famous Crawley family, as well as other familiar locations from the popular series and first two films. 

Tour Highlights

  • Exclusive visit to Highclere Castle, the location for Downton Abbey itself. The Castle will be closed to the general public during our visit.
  • Cogges Farm, the location for Yew Tree Farm, home of Mr Drewe and first home of Edith's daughter, Marigold.
  • Bampton, which doubles as the village of Downton, to see the church, post office and Churchgate House, home to Isobel and Matthew Crawley.
  • Alnwick Castle, which appeared as Brancaster Castle in the special Christmas episodes and is home to Bertie Pelham, Lord Hexham.
  • Key locations in London, such as Lady Rosamund's home in Belgrave Square; The Criterion where Lady Edith and Michael Gregson had dinner; The Ritz; St Pancras Station and Lincoln's Inn Fields.
  • Basildon Park, which appears as the interior of the Granthams' London residence.
  • West Wycombe House, where the interior scenes of Lady Rosamund's home were filmed. 
  • Waddesdon Manor, which appears as Haxby Park, home to Sir Richard Carlisle.
  • Lacock (National Trust), a pretty village used for market and village scenes and which appears in the series and the first film.
  • Take a trip on the Bluebell Railway from the vintage station which is used as Downton station.
  • Locations from Downton Abbey: The Movie, many of which are in Yorkshire and the north of England, including Harewood House, Beamish Museum, Wentworth Woodhouse and the North Yorkshire Moors Railway. Also in Yorkshire are the quaint villages of Ripon and Thirsk and spa town of Harrogate, which are often mentioned in the series. 
  • Locations from Downton Abbey: A New Era, including Wrest Park (used for the outdoor and garden party scenes at Violet's French villa) and Belchamp Hall.
  • Add to the Downton experience with a trip in vintage cars which were used in the series; an afternoon tea in a luxury London hotel; a make-over in 1920's costume or a meeting with a cast member.

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.