Curtain Call At The London Theatre – 8 Days

Experience the Thrills of London


Program Summary

Embark on an unforgettable 8-day educational tour of London, immersing yourself in the city’s rich history, iconic landmarks, and cultural treasures. From the grandeur of Buckingham Palace and Westminster Abbey to the lively streets of Camden Market, this trip offers a perfect blend of historical exploration and contemporary excitement.

Program Highlights & Inclusions

  • Professional ETA Tour Manager throughout your trip
  • Transportation throughout your trip
  • Hop On Hop Off Bus Tour of London
  • Visit the Tower of London
  • Guided tour of Globe Theatre
  • Admission to the London Dungeon
  • Take a ride on the London Eye
  • Admission to the Victoria and Albert Museum
  • Visit to Camden Market
  • Admission to Madame Tussauds Wax Museum
  • Admission to a show at West End Theatre
  • Admission to Stonehenge
  • Visit to the Ancient Roman Baths
  • Visit the birthplace of William Shakespeare.
  • Admission to Magic Alley & Museum of Wizardology
  • Visit to Shakespeare’s burial site at the Holy Trinity
  • A show at the Royal Shakespeare Company
  • Guided walking tour of Oxford
  • Visit to Oxford Castle

Daily Itinerary


Today you’ll start your adventure to London.


Upon arrival in London, you’ll meet your Tour Manager and head to your hotel.

Your first activity will be an open top double-decker bus tour of London! While riding a hop on hop off bus you’ll have the freedom to tour the best sites of London including Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, Trafalgar Square, Piccadilly Circus, London Bridge and more!


After breakfast, you’ll delve into the past at the Tower of London, where a guided tour reveals tales of royal intrigue and historic significance. Explore the iconic White Tower and witness the Crown Jewels.

Then you’ll take a tour of the iconic Globe Theatre. The modernized Elizabethan open air theatre will transport you back in time for a look at the life of William Shakespeare, the London where he lived, and the theatre for which he wrote.

Next, experience the darker side of London at the London Dungeon, an immersive journey through the city’s macabre  history featuring live actors, special effects and rides.

To end the day, you’ll soar above the cityscape with a ride on the London Eye, offering breathtaking views of the city up to 25 miles in all directions!


This morning, you’ll visit the diverse collections at the Victoria and Albert Museum, showcasing art and design spanning centuries.

Afterwards, you’ll visit Camden Market, known for its eclectic shops and food stalls. You’ll have free time to explore this unique area of the city.

You’ll visit Madame Tussauds Wax Museum. Located in Central London, Madame Tussauds is one of London’s famous attractions.

Following dinner, you’ll see a show at the West End show in London’s theatre district.


Pique your curiosity at Stonehenge, a prehistoric monument in Wiltshire, England that has been shrouded in mystery for thousands of years. Archaeologists believe the mysterious ring of standing stones was built anywhere from 3000 BC to 2000 BC.

Next you’ll travel to the city of Bath. Your first activity here will be a visit the site of the Ancient Roman Baths and a self-guided audio tour. Bath was founded upon natural hot springs, which have played a key role in the city’s history. You’ll tour the remains of the excavated bath houses built thousands of years ago by the Romans.


Today you’ll visit the birthplace of William Shakespeare in Stratford-Upon-Avon. You’ll see the house where young William grew up to become the most famous playwright in the world.

Next, you’ll explore Magic Alley, where you can buy a handmade wand, ingredients for casting spells, or even a book written by a wizard! Part magical attraction, part fairytale emporium, Magic Alley offers interactive quests with a variety of rotating themes and colorful characters.

After, you’ll visit the Holy Trinity Church, the burial site of William Shakespeare. It’s been said he wrote the epitaph that appears on his tombstone, which some interpret as a curse for anyone who would dare disturb his final resting place.

At the end of the day, you’ll see a show at the Royal Shakespeare Company.


In the morning you’ll enjoy a guided walk through the nearby city of Oxford. Established in the 9th Century, this city has been home to many prestigious universities and colleges for over 800 years. Some of the well known settings from the Harry Potter films were modeled from locations in Oxford.

This afternoon, you’ll visit Oxford Castle, a castle with a prison at its heart. The site has been a place of incarceration since 1071, continuing until the closure of Her Majesty’s Prison Oxford in 1996. You will learn about the real people and events from the site’s turbulent past.


After breakfast, you’ll check out of your hotel room and head to the airport for your return trip home.

Our Price Guarantee

We know how hidden costs can ruin a program. Our tours are fully inclusive; there are no hidden costs or surcharges. Once your group enrolls in a trip, the price will never change. Here is what you will get on every trip:


Every program is unique & tailored for your group.

Flexible Payments

A variety of online, scheduled & recurring payment options.

Affordability & Quality

Providing the best experience & best value for your dollar.

Chaperones Travel Free

Just tell us how many free places you need.

Insurance Plans

Medical, trip delay cancellation & optional “any reason” option.

Transportation Covered

We include all transportation to, from and during your trip.

Paid Entrance Fees

Fees and/or tickets are covered if included in your itinerary.

Paid Meals

You choose which meals are included in your program.