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Midsomer location tour of Henley on Thames.

Henley on Thames has some iconic filming locations that lovers of the show will be sure to recognise. Come and see the real locations for the Causton Auctions rooms, seen in The Black Book, and Anton Thorneycroft butchers shop seen in the Magicians Nephew. The tour starts in The Argyll pub, seen in last years Model, where you may be able to pull your own pint of Midsomer Ale!

 

Tour Dates: guides walks of Henley on Thames Midsomer Locations run every Saturday from 17 March, finishing on Saturday 27 October 2018. This one-hour tour with a local Henley Host, starts at 11.00am and if you pre-book online, the tickets are discounted at £10 per adult abd £5 per child. On the day its £12 per adult: £6 per child. Meets inside the Argyll pub (one of the filmed locations)

 

Book Online at https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/henley-hosts/events

 

 

 

 

 

 


Midsomer Murders at The Argyll Pub Henley on Thames

Right in the heart of Henley’s historic Market place, The Argyll is one of the oldest pubs built in a traditional style.

The pub appeared in the episode ‘Last years model’ 2006 where DCI Barnaby and DS Jones meet Barnaby’s psychiatrist friend Pru Plunkett,  to discuss characters in the murder case. Stand where Barnaby stood and savour the pubs specially brewed Midsomer Ale,  a brass plaque on the bar marks the spot.

 

The Argyll menu includes some English classics such as Beer battered fish ‘n’ chips and homemade steak and mushroom pie as well as chefs specials, steaks and lighter snacks.

Meat is locally produced by Gabriel Machins butchers, also a Midsomer murders location www.gabrielmachin.co.uk

”Gabriel Machins” became Anton Thorneycroft’s butchers in the episode ”The Magicians Nephew” Thorneycroft was an avid member of the ”Midsomer Magic Circle” in this episode that sees the Magicians assistant murdered by the poison of a deadly tropical frog!!!

Henley has been filmed a number of times  for the series over the last 10 years and is a  great place to stay and explore the rest of Midsomer.

For more information go to

www.visitmidsomer.com/

www.midsomermurders.org

www.radiotimes.com/programme/nn6/midsomer-murders

 



www.express.co.uk Travel. Things to do in Henley on Thames

www.nzherald.co.nz_travel_news_article.cfm_c_id=7&object

 

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