This one-of-a-kind mystery tour explores the landscape of British mysteries from Devon and Dartmoor to Oxford and London!

Starting at: $5,995 Make a Reservation Ask Us A Question or Call 855-330-1542
 Landscape of Dartmoor  The coast of Devon  Classic Mystery Lover's England  The beautiful Oxford skyline  All Souls College, Oxford  View near Oxford's Main Street  Bridge of Sighs landmark, Oxford University  Sculptural detail found in Oxford  Typical village in the Cotswolds  Big Ben and Parliament, London  London's Tower Bridge

Classic Mystery Lover's England

Featuring Devon, Oxford, and London

9 days from $5,995

This one-of-a-kind mystery tour explores the landscape of British mysteries from Devon and Dartmoor to Oxford and London!

or Call 855-330-1542

Tour Details

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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Oct 19 - 27, 2018 Departure
Rosalind Hutchinson

Rosalind Hutchinson

Rosalind Hutchinson is a veteran tour leader and Blue Badge Guide. She is a true local expert, a teacher of other guides, and a recipient of the prestigious Member of the British Empire (MBE), an honor awarded by the Queen of England for special services and accomplishments. Rosalind interweaves layers of English history, architecture and literature for a memorable well-rounded experience and takes a special interest in the landscape of the British detective novel.