Have a look at some of my London tours highlighted below. If you see a tour which interests you, click the ‘Book Now’ button to contact me for more information, prices, and for me to learn more about you and your group.
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First time in London?
Well, it’s the perfect excuse to hit the highlights and and learn a little bit about what makes London tick.
You’ll have the chance to see some of London’s most recognisable landmarks: Westminster Abbey, the Houses of Parliament, and of course, Buckingham Palace.
If you’d like, maybe we could even finish it off with a classic Afternoon Tea? How wonderful.
A castle in the middle of our capital city! It’s unbelievable. The Tower of London is still a working palace. It’s been a mint producing coins, an astronomy, a prison, and even a menagerie full of wild animals.
As Blue Badge Guides, we have the privilege of being able to guide inside the Tower, so we can uncover some of these stories together!
A large part of my History degree was Art History – I absolutely love it. London is full of galleries and top-quality art which I’d love to show you.
Personal favourites include: National Gallery, Tate Britain, Tate Modern, and the Wallace Collection, but let me know if there’s somewhere else which peaks your interest.
I am obsessed with London Street Art. I think it’s fabulous. Not only are our galleries adorned with art, but our streets aren’t too shabby either.
London’s East End is often the best (although not only) place to find the transient world of street art. From Banksy to ROA to Fanakapan and Phlegm, we’re spoilt for choice, and I’ll be sure to show you a bit of trendy Shoreditch and reveal some of its fascinating story along the way.
Like the Tower of London and St. Paul’s, Blue Badge Guides are amongst a select few who are privileged to guide at Westminster Abbey.
It’s one of my favourite places in London, immersed in over 1,000 years of history. The site of every coronation which has taken place since 1066 and the final resting place for over 3,300 of some of the biggest names in British history, I would be honoured to tell you its story.
It always feel so special to guide in St. Paul’s Cathedral. An exceptional space which has towered over London since 1711. Literally. Did you know it was the tallest building in London until the 1960s?!
Take a beat and come and enjoy the calm of this stunning church, where you can find the graves of JMW Turner and Admiral Nelson, incredible art by Henry Moore, and (if you’re feeling energetic) you can even climb the 528 steps to the top of the dome!
Planning to visit St. Paul’s Cathedral with some little humans? Let me know and I have an exciting activity sheet which I can bring along – full of tasks, word puzzles, fascinating facts, and even a Millie the Blue Badger comic strip! Perfect for the kids.
There’s no reason why learning can’t also be fun! Enjoyment for all the family!
The adventure begins, there’s so much to see,
Greek statues, mer-creatures, even Egyptian mummies!
Gold stars to be earned around every bend,
Do well and there may be a prize at the end!
Who doesn’t love a good scavenger hunt? If you’re bringing your kids to London and want a fun and engaging experience which brings the collection of the British Museum to life, look no further! From hieroglyph translations to puzzles – let’s go artefect hunting!
I can’t list all the wonderful places you can wander in London.
Some of my top tours include:
– Shoreditch and Spitalfields
– The historic City of London
– The theatrical West End
– Notting Hill
There are so many other corners of London which I love to explore, so if there’s another part of the city which you’re particularly interested in, let me know.