IRELAND & SCOTLAND
A ride on the London Eye affords travelers breathtaking views of the Tower of London, Buckingham Palace and the bustling city center. Performers can add to the rich, artistic tapestry of the city by performing in one of London’s historic venues. After, visitors can venture into the idyllic countryside on a performance tour of England and the UK to visit Stonehenge, Warwick Castle, and The Bard’s birthplace – Stratford-upon-Avon.
Groups traveling to the United Kingdom have the option to perform at venues such as:
- St. Paul’s Church Covent Garden, London
- Southwark Cathedral, London
- St. Sepulchre’s Church, London
- Central Hall Westminster, London
- Holy Trinity Church, Stratford-upon Avon
Special concerts are offered and provide an intimate venue for choirs and orchestras.
- Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford
- St. Giles Cathedral, Scotland
- Edinburgh Castle, Scotland
- St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin
- Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin
- Galway Cathedral, Ireland
World Famous London Sites
- Tower of London – Built by the Normans shortly after they defeated the Saxons in 1066 and occupied England, the Tower was begun in 1078 and houses the Crown Jewels of England.
- Windsor Castle – The oldest continuously-occupied castle in Europe. Begun shortly after the Norman conquest of England in 1066, it has been altered and changed over the centuries. Windsor Castle is the summer residence of the Queen.
- Big Ben – Big Ben is the bell and not the tower of the Houses of Parliament. The tower is called the Elizabeth Tower in honor of Queen Elizabeth II and is a part of the Palace of Westminster in London.
- Westminster Abbey – Where British Royalty, poets, and musical figures of national importance are buried.
- Tower Bridge – its majestic towers span the Thames River near the famed Tower of London. There have been five “London Bridges” – one of which was taken apart brick by brick and rebuilt near Lake Havasu in Arizona.
- London Eye – this giant Ferris wheel was built on the south bank of the Thames River and rises 443 feet.
- St. Paul’s Cathedral – The 2nd largest cathedral in Europe that survived bombing in WWII
- Abbey Road – made famous by The Beatles
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