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Mysteries of England Sacred Sites Tour

  • Authors & Presenters on Earth Mysteries & more, including
  • Sunrise ceremony at mystical Stonehenge
  • In search of the Holy Grail at Glastonbury
  • Salisbury cathedral & Magna Carta on a leyline to Stonehenge
  • Bath - healing waters and grand architecture...
  • Going with the flow, Wells energetic waters…
  • Winchester, the early capital city of England...
  • The centre of Neolithic Britain, Avebury Landscape Temple
  • Uffington, a white horse or a dragon?...
  • Crop circles country awaits…

Which of these experiences speaks to you? Well, you don’t have to choose because we will do them all! This tour visits five counties - Somerset, Avon, Hampshire, Oxfordshire and Wiltshire and includes presentations and visits to sacred sites with renowned authors and speakers on Earth mysteries, dowsing, spirituality & consciousness.

Our journey takes us through a remarkable five thousand years span of this magical Celtic land, where we'll discover some of the secrets of enigmatic stone circles, the geometry of cathedralsholy wells’ potent waters and the powerful earth energy currents that connect them all. Your expert guides will distill the essence of our ancestors’ beliefs,spirituality, myths, legends and history and share some of thewisdom of the ages with you. 

Staying at historic hotels in the market town of Devizes, England's smallest city Wells, and world famous Salisbury, all centrally placed for daily visits to the enigmatic sacred sites in our itinerary. Throughout your journey you'll feel welcomed and at home in the characterful hotels that we've chosen for you.

Bath is England's secret gem that has a medieval Cathedral, a moated Bishop's Palce, the most complete medieval street in Europe and a thriving market thats been held in the cobbled market place right by our hotel for nine hundred years!

We will visit Glastonbury on the Isle of Avalon, rich in history and legend. The Abbey claims the burial place of King Arthur & Guinevere and Chalice Well is reputed to be the possible resting place of the Holy Grail. Overlooking it all, the Tor acts as a beacon to spiritual pilgrims as it has done since beyond memory. What significance do these have for us in our lives today? Join us on this spiritual pilgrimage and find out for yourself...

Salisbury has a fascinating story to tell, where history comes to life in a living medieval city. Connected by a leyline it shares the same energy currents as neighbouring Stonehenge. This world-famous stone circle has many secrets to share during our private out-of-hours special access.

Then we explore Avebury landscape temple including the largest stone circle in the world, its serpentine avenues, the massive and enigmatic Silbury Hill and the underground initiatory chamber of West Kennet Long Barrow. A short drive away through idyllic English country villages with picturesque thatched cottages we arrive at the Uffington White Horse, a 3,000 year old image carved in a hillside that may actually be a dragon! 

If we look and listen with inquisitive senses we will learn much from our ancestors that is relevant to our lives today. 

Finally there is an option to visit the modern mystery of crop circles that occur in the countryside around Avebury; the huge geometric patterns that mysteriously form overnight in fields of grain each summer. Your guides have visited hundreds of crop circles over the last twenty years and they will share their experiences with you as you explore this ‘mystery in the fields’.  

If you want more time exploring the crop circle enigma then why not join us for the Crop Circles & Summer Lectures Intensive - we designed it to be the perfect add-on to this tour, starting the day the Mysteries of England tour finishes!

The pace of the tour will allow you time to also wander the lanes and shops of some of England's most historic towns and cities (its only a city if it has a cathedral!) and to enjoy an English cream tea or meal in a traditional pub.

Tour price includes -
  • Collection from & return to London Heathrow airport
  • All land transportation
  • Accommodation in quality hotels
  • All breakfasts & four evening meals
  • All normal admission charges to sacred sites
  • All presentations
  • All tour guide fees
  • Gratuities on included meals & all taxes
  • Third party liability insurance
  • All rooms have ensuite bathroom facilities and tour prices are based on sharing a twin/double room. A limited number of single rooms are available for which there will be a single supplement charge as specifed on the Prices & Booking page.


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Tour Leaders

Glenn Broughton

Cameron Broughton



Please enquire about private day tours & private group tours

Mysteries of England Sacred Sites Tour

Day 1, Tues 18th July

Your tour guides, Glenn & Cameron Broughton will meet the group at Heathrow Airport after your flight. We will travel in private minibuses to our hotel in Wells for four nights. Wells is England's smallest city and a hidden gem with its medieval buildings including Wells Cathedral and the Bishop’s Palace. Water from the towns wells and springs runs in open gullies at the edges of the streets. Our hotel looks across Cathedral Green to the medieval Cathedral.

Introductions & welcome drink

Dinner at the hotel

 

Day 2, Wed 19th July

We start the day with an orientation meeting to set the scene for our adventure together.

You will have time to stroll through the market that has taken place outside our hotel for almost nine centuries and get lunch at one of the award-winning Farmers Market stalls or in one of the many cafes lining the medieval market square.

Then we’ll gather for a walking tour of this splendid medieval city! In addition to exploring the interior of the city’s magnificent 800-year-old English gothic Wells Cathedral, we will visit the Bishop’s Palace, a 700-year-old occupied palace complete with a moat and a drawbridge, home to families of swans for centuries. It is these energetic waters that attracted the city founders and from which Wells gets its name. Adjacent to the cathedral is the Vicar’s Close, the oldest complete medieval street in all of Europe.

For those who wish to attend, Evensong in the cathedral is an opportunity to appreciate the wonderful acoustics that were designed into the building by the medieval masons.

Free-choice dinner not included   

 

Day 3, Thur 20th July

We will spend this day just five miles down the road in Glastonbury, the legendary Isle of Avalon. We start our visit at the St. Margaret Chapel, commonly known as the Magdalene Chapel. This twelfth century chapel and almshouses are an oasis of peace.

We will visit Glastonbury Abbey, once the largest and most powerful abbey in all of Britain and the reputed resting place of King Arthur and Guinevere. Here we meet the Michael and Mary Earth Energy currents that run along the St Michael leyline.

We have a long lunch break to allow time to explore the myriad of alternative shops such as ‘Man, Myth & Magik’, ‘The Speaking Tree’ or ‘The Goddess & the Green Man’.

Rising dramatically from the flat land of the surrounding Somerset Levels, the Tor has been a beacon of spirituality since pagan times and still acts as a magnet for people of all beliefs. You will hear the stories and the legends as well as experience the powerful energy and atmosphere of this sacred site. The views from the top are spectacular!

At its foot lies Chalice Well, a true healing place in this land, and you are encouraged to drink from the holy well where, a local story tells, the Holy Grail is hidden. Directly across the lane is another spring, the White Spring, with very different energetic properties that we will use in conjunction with the Chalice Well waters for healing.

Dinner at the hotel

 

Day 4, Fri 21st July

Today we drive through Cheddar Gorge, flanked by the tallest inland cliffs in England on our journey to the city of Bath. Surrounded by seven hills, the hot thermal springs were revered in Pagan times and enclosed by the Romans into their bathhouses and temples. The city of Bath developed over the centuries and today it boasts the finest Georgian architecture in Britain including the world famous Royal Crescent that you can discover on foot or view while learning of the history of this unique city on an open-topped double-decker bus tour. 

We start with a group visit to the Roman Baths where the hot thermal waters rise, once an oracular site and temple complex

You are then free to explore the many diverse options Bath offers. Personally experience the hot mineral baths at Britain’s original and only natural Thermae Bath Spa. You may also wish to visit the sixteenth century Bath Abbey or just around the corner you can shop above the river in the tiny stores on the spectacular Pulteney Bridge modelled on Venice’s Ponte di Rialto. Bath has a fantastic range of shops for those in need of retail therapy or to find the perfect gift. Literature lovers won’t want to miss the Jane Austin museum or if fabric is your thing you will want to visit the Lace museum

Free-choice dinner not included 


Day 5,Sat 22nd July

We check out of our hotel and head to Wiltshire and our hotel in medieval Salisbury for two nights. On our way we call at Old Sarum, a site with a very long and varied history, to explore the energies, former cathedral and castle ruins. It sits on a leyline linking Stonehenge and Salisbury cathedral- our next port of call.  We’ll have lunch in Salisbury Cathedral’s magnificent medieval cloisters, where you can see the tower that supports the tallest spire in England. Then its time for a tour of the cathedral, when you will learn of its long history from the cathedral guides. 

The rest of the day is free for you to explore more of Salisbury at your leisure. The city has world-class shopping and restaurants contained within its ancient street plan. 

Free-choice dinner not included 


Day 6, Sun 23rd July

Leave hotel for an early morning visit to Stonehenge before it opens to the general public for the day. We have arranged for our group to have private special access inside the stones of the world's most famous sacred site. Standing inside the huge megaliths which have stood in magnificent isolation on the windswept Salisbury Plain for thousands of years, you can feel the pulse of powerful earth energy currents coursing beneath your feet, imagine the ceremonies which have been performed by robed priests over aeons of time or just sit in quiet meditation. We will have a group ceremony to connect with the power of Stonehenge before you have free time to experience this World Heritage Site in your own way. This is a rare opportunity to truly experience a site revered by countless generations.

 

After breakfast back at the hotel we travel to the nearby ancient city of Winchester. This city, dating back to Roman times, was once the capital of England and is built around its 11th century Winchester Cathedral, which will be our first visit of the day. As our group is escorted around the underground crypts we are actually walking in the flow of powerful earth energy currents. From the neighbouring Wolvesey Castle we'll walk by the side of the river Itchen with its multitude of wild fowl and flanked by beautiful flowering gardens. The ancient streets, with their rich variety of architecture from many periods of history, will lead us to some surprising sacred sites, as we follow the past into the present.

After lunch we see the oldest copy of King Arthur’s Round Table housed in Winchester Castle. On the way we pass the medieval Buttercross, where markets were traditionally held, and the medieval Westgate into the city.

We conclude our day in Winchester with a visit to St Catherine’s Hill. On top of the hill is a grass cut labyrinth and the site of a former chapel in a sacred grove of trees. The Belinus & Elen Earth Energy currents that feed Winchester run through here before heading down to the water meadows below. 

Dinner at The Mayfly, a gorgeous riverside pub 


Day 7, Mon 24th July

Today we move our hotel base to the charming market town of Devizes for three nights and have a free morning.

After lunch we visit the Avebury Landscape Temple, the heart centre of megalithic Britain. Knoll Down, a tranquil sacred grove of trees, is the ‘tail’ of the Serpent Temple and was once connected to Avebury by an avenue of stones stretching for a mile and a quarter. A similar avenue led off in another direction culminating at The Sanctuary, the ‘head’ of the Serpent Temple. 

We will enter Avebury as did our ancestors down this processional avenue of stones. Here, within the largest stone circle in the world, we find the remains of two smaller stone circles, one solar and one lunar. This place has a remarkable story to tell! We meet up with the energies of the St Michael leyline that we encountered in Glastonbury as they course across England. All the sacred sites in this area centre on Avebury including Stonehenge some twenty miles distant. Close by is the largest manmade mound in Europe, the remarkable five thousand year old Silbury Hill.

Free-choice dinner not included 


Day 8, Tues 25th July 

Today we will visit Uffington White Horse & Dragon Hill, ancient energetic sacred sites located on the Belinus leyline, with a very interesting story to tell. Close by is Wayland’s Smithy an atmospheric long barrow set within a copse of trees where we can have a picnic lunch if the weather is good or we can take lunch in a nearby village pub.

We will also visit the ‘Cathedral in the Vale’ – St Mary’s church in Uffington village built in 1250AD. 

We are joined for the day by dowsing experts Gary Biltcliffe & Caroline Hoare, authors of ‘The Spine of Albion’. They have spent fifteen years tracking and researching the Belinus leyline and its associated energy currents. Close to Uffington is where the St Michael and Belinus leylines cross.

Free-choice dinner not included at an organic pub!

 

Day 9, Wed 26th July

If there is a crop circle in the area that we’re able to visit we’ll go in and experience the energies present. Your tour guides have been into hundreds of crop circles over the last twenty years so you will be in good hands.

Finally we view Silbury Hill and learn of its hidden ‘treasure’ then visit West Kennet Long Barrow a five and a half thousand year old underground chamber that was used both as a tomb and a place of initiation. This is a fitting place to conclude our journey through the mysteries of England. 

Farewell dinner at the hotel


Day 10, Thur 27th July

Drive to London Heathrow Airport for return flight home, personal time in London OR 

stay on for the Crop Circles & Summer Lectures Intensive July 27th – 31st

or the next leg of your journey. Bon voyage!

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£1995 per person, based on double occupancy
Single occupancy supplement: £300
Tour deposit: £450 (per person booked)

All breakfasts and 4 dinners are included

Take extra time to explore the Crop Circle enigma...

If you're interested in the more modern mystery of crop circles why not stay on at the end of the Mysteries of England Tour and be immersed in the phenomenon for 4 extra days with our Crop Circles & Summer Lectures Intensive . 

We will give 10% discount on the Crop Circles Intensive if you book both tours!

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