Archaeology Travel

Exploring our Pasts & Inspiring New Adventures

Archaeology travel has destination and thematic guides to help you create your own tours. Also on offer are unique tours that explore art in archaeology through the ages.

Where can I take you?

Drawing on my professional background in archaeology and art history, ten years in hospitality, as well as my passion for travel, I offer private, bespoke guided archaeology tours. Explore the archaeological and artistic splendours of France or Roman Britain. From Ice Age cave art of France and Spain to some of the finest Roman villas and their spectacular mosaic floors, as well as such iconic sites as Roman Bath and Hadrian’s Wall with their rich sculptural traditions. Or join me on a once in a lifetime trip to Greece to see how Byzantine art is all but a thing of the past there.

I was talking about you today telling a friend what a great trip I had to France. Just wanted you to know again that it was truly memorable and I wouldn’t have changed a thing. Great memories and also for me exposure to history I knew little about. Thanks again sharing your knowledge and putting together a wonderful itinerary.

Chris & Frank

Cave Art in France, July 2015


Where do you want to go?

From Machu Picchu in South America to the Great Wall of China in Far East Asia, Stonehenge in England to Great Zimbabwe in Zimbabwe; the early hominid sites in East Africa to the colonial sites around the World. From the Museum of London to the Acropolis Museum in Athens; from the National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City to the Museum of Ontario Archaeology in Canada.

 
 

EUROPE

AMERICAS

 
 
ASIA

AFRICA

OCEANA


Get inspired …

If Archaeology and Travel are two of your passions, then this is the website for you – whether you are looking for local activities for a day out or planning a holiday around exploring some of the fascinating archaeological sites around the World. Here you will find travel tips and ideas for visiting well known sites with new insights, as well as exploring beyond the usual.

Holy Ghosts in Horseshoe Canyon, Utah

Horseshoe Canyon has one of the finest and most well known rock art sites in North America. On a rock shelter wall at the bend in the canyon creek is the largest panel of the Barrier Canyon style pictographs (or rock paintings). Here there is a panel that is over 60...
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Ostia Antica, Getting Out of Rome City Centre Could Not Be Easier

When I mentioned I was off to Rome for a few days a number of people recommended Ostia Antica. Although I knew about the site, I was not aware that it was so close to Rome. Given my time limitations I really did want to make the most of my brief stay in Rome, and did...
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Buying Tickets for Font de Gaume Prehistoric Cave

Everyone it seems wants to see the prehistoric paintings in the cave of Font de Gaume. And with good reason – these paintings are some of the finest examples of European Ice Age, and are arguably the best still open to the public in France. Not only is entry to...
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Medieval Gothic Splendour – Amiens Cathedral in Colour

As Gothic cathedrals go, the Cathédrale Notre-Dame d’Amiens is one of the finest in France if not all of Europe. Besides its impressive size, Amiens cathedral is well known for its Medieval wall paintings inside and the truly spectacular Gothic sculptures that...
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