London Tours

London is arguably the most vibrant, multicultural city in the world. It is a place that has continued to reinvent itself during its history of over 2000 years…
As a qualified and experienced Blue Badge tour guide I will reveal both its historical past, and its status as a modern economic hub and worldwide cultural icon. Let me use my knowledge and experience to find the best places for you to visit and bring everything to life and share the excitement of discovery and new experiences with you in one of my Luxury Private London Tours…

 

American London tours

Americans in London…Inspired by the friendship between America and the UK ever since the Mayflower carried colonists to New England in 1620, this tour explores the cultural and spiritual ties between our two nations. Join me as we explore London’s connections to America including the area of Mayfair known as ‘Little America’. We will have lunch at the Mayflower pub where the Pilgrim Fathers began their epic journey almost 400 years ago. Discover contemporary American culture in London through exhibitions and displays reflecting its influence on English traditions…Read more





Architecture tours of london

Art and Architecture Tours of London…Whatever your interests in art, the collections hosted in London are unsurpassed anywhere in the world. Although most are available to the public there are many hidden gems in the smaller less known galleries. From the 11th century fortress of the Tower of London and the royal church of Westminster Abbey to hi-tech buildings such as the iconic Gherkin building. Explore the most eclectic mix of architecture anywhere in the world with our expert Blue Badge guides…Read more





Private London Tours – Full Day Experience…A full day out in London exploring its past and present. Arguably the most vibrant, multicultural city in the world, it has continued to reinvent itself during a history of over 2000 years. As a qualified and experienced Blue Badge tour guide I will reveal both its historical past, its status as a modern economic hub and worldwide cultural icon. Let me use my knowledge and experience to find the best places for you to visit and bring everything to life sharing the excitement of discovery and new experiences with you. First time or seasoned visitor all our tours and experiences can be fully customised to match your interests and passions. The only limit is your imagination…Find out More


Royal maritime greenwich london tour

Royal Maritime Greenwich…Royal Maritime Greenwich is a World Heritage site with over 600 years of history, its significance being its royal and maritime roots. One of the most dramatic ways of visiting this site is by boat from central London. We shall explore the Palace of Placentia and the Queen’s House with its wonderful picture collection and dramatic Tulip Staircase before going onto delve into the delights nearby such as the Royal Observatory and the Cutty Sark, the last of the great ocean going tea clippers, recently refurbished in her dry dock. The National Maritime Museum holds the uniform of Admiral Lord Nelson complete with the fatal bullet hole from the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805…Find out More


literary tour london england

Literary Tours in London…Many writers have been inspired to write about London and its inhabitants, due to the variety and complexity of the metropolis. This tour explores the lives of some of the most celebrated names in Literary History. From the tombs of Dickens, Kipling, Tennyson and Browning at Westminster Abbey to the Museums of Sherlock Holmes and Dickens. We will see Shakespeare’s First Folio, Jane Austen’s notebook, and other items connected to the literary world at the British Museum.Other highlights include lunch at ‘The Lamb’ , Dickens’ ‘local pub’, a tour of Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre and literary Southwark, and visits to the outside of homes and haunts of other literary figures…Find out More



windsor castle uk private tours

Windsor Castle and Hampton Court Palace Tours…We explore Windsor Castle,one of HM The Queen’s official residences, and one of the jewels in the crown of England’s heritage. Located about 20 miles west of London, it was established as a defensive fortress by William the Conqueror in the 11th century, making it the oldest inhabited castle in the world.King Henry VIII also used Windsor Castle but lavished huge sums of money in developing another royal palace, Hampton Court. Let our Blue Badge guide escort you around the original Tudor kitchens where over 600 meals were prepared and cooked every day! See Henry’s magnificent Great Hall where his court was fed. On your journey home to central London your guide will journey through the 2000 acre Richmond Park, formerly used for hunting, and now home to over 600 red and fallow deer…Find out More