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The Only Way is Essex Tour – TOWIE Tour

Come and visit some of the locations from the hit ITV show – The Only Way is Essex.  This unique tour is a great way to get closer to the cast and characters from the hit show and will be the closest thing to being in an episode of TOWIE.

With locations scattered across Essex, this four hour mini-coach tour is the most ‘reem’ way to see the sites.

You’ll have the chance to get out of the bus on several occasions, take pictures and browse inside a few of the shops owned by current and former cast members, shops which have also featured in the show!

This tour is a great way to see the county of Essex, as our guide shows you the sites from the show.

Along the way, we’ll test your knowledge of TOWIE with our trivia quiz and you’ll have the chance to watch episodes as you travel between locations.

The Only Way is Essex Tour will finish back at Brentwood railway station.

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NOTE: Whilst we do our best to ensure former and current cast members are present on the day of the tour, it may not always be possible due to the filming or other commitments they have. Children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

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DISCLAIMER: The tours are not official tours and are neither authorised nor endorsed by the programme “The Only Way Is Essex” or any of its cast, the programme producers, Lime Pictures Limited (including its holding and associated companies) or the broadcaster

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