Mystery Lover's England and Scotland


Travel from Yorkshire to Edinburgh as you meet mystery writers, visit the landscapes used as settings of famous novels, and glimpse into the lives of renowned detective novelists on this one-of-a-kind tour for mystery lovers.

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 Whitby Abbey, located in North Yorkshire and inspiration for Bram Stoker's <i>Dracula</i>  Whitby Abbey  Steam train at the Grosmont station, near Whitby  The remains of Whitby Abbey  The Brontë Parsonage Museum  Durham Cathedral overlooking the River Wear  Hadrian's Wall, a World Heritage site, built by the Romans  Castle Howard, one of the grandest private residences in Great Britain, designed by Sir John Vanbrugh in the 18th century  Afternoon tea, a British tradition  Steam train traveling through the Yorkshire countryside near Haworth  The seaside town of Whitby with the abbey overlooking the harbor  Narrow street in the city of York  Victoria Street in Edinburgh's Old Town area  The imposing Edinburgh Castle
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TOUR BROCHURE

WHAT OUR TRAVELERS SAY

This is my second mystery tour, and it was absolutely amazing. I came away with new favorite authors, wonderful memories and new friends who share my mystery addiction! 


Lourdes F.

The tour was excellent, and the trio of ladies who led us are also excellent. Actually seeing where authors have located their stories makes reading the mysteries more enjoyable, adds another dimension to the story. 


Kathy C.

You can't see it all on one or even two trips so having knowledgeable leaders and an overall theme provided focus and made the selection of sights and cultural experiences relevant. We saw sights and gained insights that you just don't get on the average sightseeing tour. There was not a single "ok, that's nice" moment. 


Wayne B.

If you like to learn and have fun at the same time, take a Smithsonian tour. 


Irma C.

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