Join experienced tour leaders Aylwen & John Gardiner-Garden for these special tours—filled with the most wonderful destinations, costumes, accommodations and entertainments.
HISTORIC LONDON, 1-8 September 2013
Tour the sights of London and attend an evening viewing of Midsummer Nights Dream at the Globe Theatre. See Kensington Palace, National Maritime Museum, Queen's House, the Old Royal Naval College, The Royal Observatory and the Greenwich Fan Museum. Spend time at special costume study tables in the Museum of London, the Queen's own embroiderers and the Chertsey Museum. Drink in the sights of more costumes than you can imagine at the Victoria and Albert Museum and enjoy a guided tour around Shakespeare's Globe Exhibition. Spend a few hours stepping back in time at Dennis Severs House and enjoy special guests, discussions and historical dancing throughout the tour. No dance experience necessary.
Stay on in Bath with us until the 22 September 2013 (the end of the Jane Austen Festival). See Bookings page for more details.
STEP BACK IN TIME FOR JANE AUSTEN FESTIVAL AUSTRALIA and a LATE 19TH CENTURY COSTUME & DANCE RETREAT, 11-17 APRIL 2014
Spend three days in Canberra, the National Capital, celebrating the life and times of Jane Austen, 200 years of Mansfield Park and learn more about Australia's social history when Jane Austen was alive. Follow this wonderful early 1800s immersion with another immersion of the late Victorian era at the Yarrangobilly Caves House in the Koziusko National Park, NSW. Festival entry and accommodation included, separate fees for transport and meals. Consider touring Canberra afterwards or visiting the Australian National Folk Festival in Canberra over the Easter weekend.
Only 40 tickets available, to be released soon. Join our email bulletin for news.
Mrs Aylwen Gardiner-Garden, Historical Costumer, Dancer, Event & Tour Manager
joined by her husband, Dr John Gardiner-Garden, Historian, Dance Leader, Dance Historian, Musician.