Royal Surrey Helicopter Tour

Truly a step back in time as you absorb the historic beauty of the Surrey countryside from the comfort of your helicopter.

Your helicopter tour flies you to the famous beauty spot of Box Hill and the Mole Gap, scene of the famous picnic in Jane Austin’s ‘Emma’. As your helicopter flight continues westwards you will be able to admire the symmetry of the vineyards at Denbies vineyard, which dates back to the mid 18th century and is the largest vineyard in England. Your helicopter charter continues north west and you will appreciate the architectural elegance of Polesden Lacey, honeymoon retreat for King George VI and Queen Elizabeth. Flying over the Royal Horticultural Society building and flagship gardens you will see the state of the art glass houses of Wisley. As your helicopter flight continues you will be able to take in the scenic beauty of Clandon Park; the house which was built circa 1730 for the second Lord Onslow by the Venetian architect Giacomo Leoni was destroyed by fire and is currently undergoing a rebuild to restore it to its former glory. Your helicopter pilot will then fly you east where you will see Albury Park mansion the magnificent Grade II listed Tudor mansion with its 19th Century additions and 66 chimneys. It is one of Surrey’s most important and prestigious Country houses.

Just think in ‘days of old’ your journey would have been taken by horseback – thank goodness for helicopters!

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