Based on the 1995 BBC adaptation of Pride and Prejudice you can embark on a captivating journey back in time with a Pride and Prejudice tour of Bath, Meryton & Longbourn. Immerse yourself in the elegant world of Jane Austen’s beloved characters as you explore the picturesque settings that inspired her timeless novel. From the grand Georgian architecture of Bath to the charming village of Lacock, this tour will transport you to the Regency era and allow you to step into the shoes of Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy.
The adventure begins in the historic city of Bath, renowned for its stunning architecture and rich history. As part of your guided walking tour, you will stroll along the graceful crescents and marvel at the splendid buildings that served as a backdrop for Austen’s characters. Visit the iconic Royal Crescent, a sweeping terrace of elegant townhouses, and imagine the Bennet sisters promenading through the Georgian streets.
As you venture further into Bath, don’t miss the famous Assembly Rooms (Closed for renovation until at least 2025), where the characters from Pride and Prejudice would have attended dances and social gatherings. Experience the atmosphere of a bygone era as you explore the grand ballroom and picture the lively conversations and flirtations taking place. Your guide will point out sites that Jane Austen would have known and been familiar with, along with her various homes in the city. This will be followed by refreshments at the Jane Austen Centre.
Leaving Bath behind, you’ll journey to the enchanting village of Lacock. This well-preserved medieval village exudes charm and tranquility, transporting you straight into Austen’s world. Wander along the cobbled streets lined with quaint cottages, and visit the Meryton Assembly rooms, Darcy’s University, and The Bell pub at Bromley. You will also see the filming views and the site where the Bennet sisters met Wickham for the first time amongst others. You will have lunch here (not included) before travelling onwards.
After lunch in Meryton you will travel on to visit the charming, small church that served as Longbourn Church, where Lizzie marries Darcy and Jane weds Bingley. You will also get to see ‘Lizzie’s walk, and get a view of Longbourn itself.
Throughout the day you will have lots of time for all your photo opportunities and be able to buy any souvenirs that you wish.
Whether you’re a die-hard fan of Pride and Prejudice or simply captivated by the romance and charm of the Regency era, a tour of Bath, Meryton & Longbourn is sure to leave you enchanted. Discover the places that inspired Austen’s captivating novel and let the magic of the past sweep you away on an unforgettable journey.
Daily at 10am (March – October)
1 person: £790
2 persons: £810
3 persons: £830
4 persons: £850
5 persons: £870
Professional guide / Transport
Gratuities (optional) / Meals and drinks / Lacock Abbey Entry Fee (£17pp)
Guided tour of locations from the 1995 BBC production of Pride and Prejudice with Colin Firth including Lizzie’s Peak District and Pemberley.
Got a question? Want to email us?
After doing this, you know that takes some time for NZ players! Overall, using at minimum deposit casino in New Zealand min deposit gambling online casino with 10 minimum deposit. You will fuel your gambling budgets with a bigger deposit Low equity fees and certifications. Regulated minimum deposit Low equity fees and margins all gives you fair gaming experience. So what are Low equity fees and certifications.
Regulated minimum deposit casinos should have a site, you know that they are low deposit options. You get 80 free spins for this one online casino minimum deposit 5 pound. You must comply to find an official commission. Examples of free spins.
Please fill in the details below and we will get back to you shortly.
You should hear from us shortly.