SILENT LANDSCAPE
BATTLEFIELD TOURS

Stacks Image 447

HOME / BUY BOOK / BATTLEFIELD TOURS



BATTLEFIELD TOURS
There is no doubt that to witness the places where so much took place, to see the folds, ridges and scars on the landscape, to view the villages, woods and memorials is the best way to really understand what happened, where so much human drama was played out not so long ago.

We would love to take you there, whether you are a large or small group or just a private party. Let us know what and where you want to go, perhaps where your family, friends or regiment fought or died, we can then weave their story into a bigger picture. Hotels, meals and travel arrangements are flexible and can be arranged on a per tour basis according to your budget.

A typical tour is for 3 - 4 days including travel time from the South of England. Ideal size of tour is 6 -14 people. Spring through to Autumn are the favoured seasons for battlefield touring.

If you would like to come on a tour please get in touch, we are here to help. - Email:
James Kerr


BELOW ARE SOME SUGGESTED THEMES THAT MIGHT BE OF INTEREST

Stacks Image 223

The British Empire on the Western Front
A beginners guide to the The Somme Ypres and Vimy Ridge


Stacks Image 161

The Guards Came Through.
Simon is the author of 'The Guards Came Through; The Guards Regiments in The Great War'. Published in 2016
This tour will follow the fortunes of the Household Cavalry and the Brigade of Guards in the Great War

Stacks Image 225

Remembrance
Concentrates on memorials & cemeteries
of the Western Front

Stacks Image 312

The Americans 1918

Stacks Image 229

Verdun and Champagne.
The French Perspective



Stacks Image 316

The Retreat 1914
Follow the route from Mons to the Marne of the ‘Old Contemptible’s”

Stacks Image 227

Canadian and Anzac Battlefields




Stacks Image 314

The Marne and the Aisne
Unseen battlefields, caves and memorials of this region