Other tours on offer from Roger include Rugby, The Black Country, Ironbridge and its many museums, the trail of the Staffordshire Hoard including Tamworth and Lichfield, Black and White Village Trail, Downton Abbey, Midsumer Murders, Lark Rise to Candleford, following the trail of the Eleanor Crosses, Rutland plus the balance of the Heart of England.
You can also follow the trail of King Richard III in Leicester and beyond. Walking tours of Leicester are available, hearing about his life before he died at the battle of Bosworth and where he was later buried. Or take a coach tour that follows him from cradle to grave and also hear about the War of the Roses.
Whatever your requirements, with the help of a qualified tourist guide, the Heart of England has so much to offer the visitor via a guided tour. There is so much to discover, giving the visitor the opportunity to travel through the pages of history with either a guided walk or coach tour. The group size for a walking tour is limited to 30. Tours can last from 1.5 hours to a whole day and can be tailored to your needs.
Roger has conducted nearly 3,500 guided tours in the region, including over 1,650 of Coventry, where he is an official Coventry Green Badge Tourist Guide. He has a lot of experience, which few others can match. He also offers evening talks. Roger also tour manages in other places including Bath, Salisbury, Stonehenge and much more.
Blue Badge Guided Tours also acts as a supplier of additional Blue Badge Tourist Guides if you have many guests that need to be looked after on the same tour where more than one guide is required.
Cancellation fees are due if a tour is cancelled within less than seven days of the booked date and full payment if 48 hours or less. There will be interest charges for late payment. These tours are for privately group bookings only and not for the public, while a risk assessment can be provided if required. Roger is based at a location in Coventry and near the NEC and Birmingham Airport, plus a short distance from Stratford upon Avon and Birmingham.