Online visits

While there was a pandemic in 2020 - 2022 and the City Adventurers had to stay home we visited places  online and attended talks

trips online

Virtual Visitng

Two Love Stories with Palace of Pena

A sunset gondola ride with Venice City Tours

A Spooky Tour of Dracula's Castle

Explore A World of Colours at Keukenhof Gardens

Hop aboard an all-electric boat for a tour of Stockholm’s harbour

An online tour of St Augustine

Discover Catalonia’s natural beauty with a visit to Montserrat

Virtual Visitng

A love story behind the Gala Dali Castle

Discover the love stories that shaped New York with One World Observatory

The courtship rituals of penguins with Aquarium of the Pacific

Monster Mess Show with Warwick's Haunted Castle

Murder Mystery with Madame Tussauds

Architecture for Dogs at the  Japan House London

virtual history talks

Virtual Visiting

Adventures of a Ukrainian refugee

Prague‘s Old Town and the Iconic Astronomical Clock

Nero: the man behind the myth

Thomas Becket - murder and the making of a saint

Christmas through the ages


Virtual Talks

Seniors: Are you Safe Online?

London's Theatreland

The London That No-One Tells You About

Myths of the Tower of London

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Virtual Talks

And Then the Murders Began: Writing Great First Paragraphs

Clare Mackintosh discusses HOSTAGE!

A Cozy Talk with Joanne Fluke & Juneau Black.

Lucy Foley celebrates THE PARIS APARTMENT.

Heather Gudenkauf discusses THE OVERNIGHT GUEST.

Richard Osman discusses THE MAN WHO DIED TWICE

Virtual Talks

Pomp, Pageantry and Partying: Jubilees Through Time 

Picturing The Queen 

Which was the Greatest Ever Royal Romance? 

A Thousand Years of Kings, Queens and In-betweens

Royal Mistresses

Virtual Talks

Kensington Palace 

Queen Victoria 

Duchess Countess - Woman Who Scandalised A Nation

Victoria and Albert’s Christmas

Royal style with Lucy Worsley and Matthew Storey

Virtual Talks

Tudor Magnificence

Queens of Fashion: Henry’s Wives and Their Wardrobes

Royal Coronations 

Royal Gardens

The Princes in the Tower – should the urn be opened? 

History Talks

Virtual Talks

Live author event with Anthony Horowitz 

Read & Relax: Whodunnit? 

The history of Gilwell Park

Connecting Culture - rebuilding of the cultural sector around the world.

 Bloomsbury Institute LIVE with Adam Hart and Matthew Wright

 Murder and Mystery in Richmond Hill

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