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Day trip into London with a walking tour of the city, including a visit to the Tower of London. The day will end with a chance to see a performance in the West End.

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Stonehenge and Bath:

Perhaps the world’s most famous prehistoric monument, Stonehenge was built in several stages: the first monument was an early henge monument, built about 5,000 years ago, and the unique stone circle was erected in the late Neolithic period about 2500 BC. While theories abound related to the true purpose of the structure, scientists have never landed on a conclusive answer.




Founded by the Romans, the city of Bath is known for its mineral springs, which were believed to have curative properties. Home to Jane Austen and the site of Chaucer's "Tale of the Wife of Bath," Bath today still reflects an era when "courting" occurred in the assembly halls, the servants worked downstairs, and a belief that "taking to the Bath" would cure all that ails you. 


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Warwick Castle:

In his day, the Earl of Warwick was known as the "kingmaker" as he often determined the next heir to the throne of England. This real life castle offers up rustic charm while also providing a window into the royals of the past.

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Stratford Upon Avon:

Students will get to visit Anne Hathaway's Cottage, Shakespeare's birthplace, and Shakespeare's burial place in addition to seeing a performance at the Royal Shakespeare Theater.

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