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You may be a huge fan of the TV series and keen to visit Midsomer. Sometimes it's nice to sit back and leave the hard work of detailed information, tour planning and driving to someone else.

Fortunately there are many ways to enjoy a guided tour around the Midsomer Murders locations.

Depending on what you are looking for we've identifed the main companies offering escorted day trips and staying tours of Oxfordshire and the Chilterns Midsomer Murders locations. All these tours combine the most popular and beautiful locations with a professional and knowledgeable guide. Then all you need to do is sit back and enjoy the views.

To make a booking you will need to contact the company direct using the relevant link.

Staying Tours : for groups coming to England from overseas

Select Travel Services
Coming in a group from overseas and want to spend a few days exploring 'Midsomer' - Select Travel Services offer an all-inclusive stay package of 5 days/4 nights. Relax into the English countryside and enjoy some of the quirks and eccentricities that are part of English rural life. Rich with historic hotels, pubs serving local beers, restaurants serving local food and local entrepreneurs running shops and cafes these tours are available for overseas groups visiting the UK. Contact Select Travel Services

Staying Tours: for UK based visitors

Crusader Holidays

Explore lovely Oxfordshire with your detective hat on! This special 4 day Midsomer Murders & Morse holiday will also meander through many of the picture-postcard villages and hidden gems featured in the series “Midsomer Murders”. Based near Wallingford, it includes a guided walking tour of Morse's Oxford. Contact Crusader Holidays


Day Trips: bookable by anyone

Absolute Touring

Take a guided tour in Midsomer Murders Country. Our Midsomer day tour covers a circuit of South Oxfordshire from Oxford to Wallingford taking in the villages that have been MM locations, on to Henley, then Nettlebed, Ewelme, Watlington, Thame, Warborough and Dorchester, before returning to Oxford. There are no site admissions, so just refreshments to pay for. We leave central Oxford at 9.30 a.m.; the tour lasts for around eight hours, including stops. Contact Absolute Touring


Take one of our tours to Midsomer County. Choose favourite episodes and see the streets and buildings featured in this dastardly devious T.V. drama. Visit Causton town, sit on the Kirkbridge green where Morris men dance on Judgement day. Drive through Midsomer Worthy and Wellow and have lunch in one of the featured village pubs. We can collect you at local rail stations in the middle of Midsomer or start from Oxford tourist information. London collection available. Contact SHO4Travel

Detective Tours

Do you or your club, society, corporate business wish to organise an outing, weekend, holiday break with a Midsomer Murders theme? Contact Detective Tours and discuss your requirements for a personalised tour of the area's locations covering all your favourites. Contact Detective Tours

Brit Movie Tours
Our Midsomer Murders Tour transports you into the charming yet sinister world familiar to DCI John and Tom Barnaby and uncover the real locations that have given the show its distinct character since it was first broadcast in 1997.  Public scheduled and private tours lasting nine hours are available from both central London and Oxford and include plenty of stops for photos and to see the locations up close. Contact Brit Movie Tours

British Tours

Follow in the footsteps of Tom Barnaby and his faithful sergeant on the trail of many a murderer and their victims. Visit attractive Causton and the many pretty Midsomer villages. Lunch in a country pub or have English afternoon tea in a village teashop. Tour also includes the country home of the leader of the Charge of the Light Brigade, the Vicar of Dibley's church and the windmill home of Caractacus Potts from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. Contact British Tours


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