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Delve into London’s legendary rock music history on this morning, afternoon or full-day tour. Hop aboard your coach and check off the English capital’s top rock ‘n’ roll landmarks, from ‘Tin Pan Alley,’ where the Rolling Stones cut their first record, to the famous Abbey Road zebra crossing. This small-group tour is limited to just 16 participants, ensuring a more intimate experience with personalized attention from the guide.
The Warner Bros studio might be the top ticket for Harry Potter lovers visiting London, but the city has so many magical movie locations for fans to explore. Join a group of fellow muggles for a walking tour and see the real-life locations that inspired sets such as Diagon Alley, the Leaky Cauldron, and the Ministry of Magic.
Delve into London’s rich musical history on a magical mystery tour of the capital’s rock ‘n’ roll sites. With a knowledgeable guide, tour the vibrant city in a luxury minivan and visit renowned clubs, famous hotels, and record labels associated with rock ‘n’ roll legends like The Beatles, Jimmy Page, and Bill Wyman. Receive personalized attention from your guide on this small-group tour, limited to only 16 people.
Immerse yourself in the spellbinding world of Harry Potter™ on this trip to the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London. Travel to the fabled Harry Potter studios by air-conditioned coach from central London, and on arrival, trace the footsteps of Hogwarts’ student wizards at leisure. Behold original sets such as Platform 9 ¾ and Diagon Alley; see the Hogwarts Express steam train; ride a broomstick like the cast; and uncover the behind-the-scenes secrets of the movies’ on-screen wizardry. This Harry Potter studio London tour includes round-trip coach transport and entrance tickets.
Travel through time to Elizabethan London on a guided tour of the Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre. Visit the reconstructed theater on the city’s Bankside and enjoy lively commentary about staging and performance in Shakespeare’s day. Then, head into the Globe Exhibition with an audio guide to listen to recordings of riveting performances and learn about drama in 16th-century London from interactive displays. Make your experience even more memorable by upgrading to include a sumptuous 'A Midsummer Night's Dream'–themed afternoon tea at the Globe's restaurant.
London’s British Museum is home to a staggering collection of 8 million items, some dating as far back as the prehistoric age. Make sure you see the best of this British Museum by taking this private 2 to 2.5-hour tour of the cultural institution. Alongside an engaging tour guide, you’ll visit a curated section of cultural and artistic works that represent the diversity of the museum’s collection: see samurai armor, the Rosetta Stone and 2 million year-old tools. This private tour gives you the chance to customize your itinerary according to your interests.
Discover The Beatles’ hometown on this rail day trip to Liverpool from London. Visit The Beatles Story attraction, packed with memorabilia and replicas of Beatles’ sites; and enjoy a Magical Mystery coach tour of locations linked to the Fab Four including Penny Lane and the Cavern Club.
Visit the British Museum on this private tour. With your own art historian guide, explore the British Museum, one of the world’s greatest historical treasure troves, as you wish. As British Museum tours go, it’s ideal for getting a personalized perspective on the collections and highlights such as the Parthenon sculptures.
Trace the legacy of the Fab Four, and enjoy a passport back in time to 1960s London, on this private, half-day tour. Meet your guide at your accommodation or a pickup point of your choosing, and travel in the comfort of a classic black cab. You’ll visit buzzing neighborhoods like Soho and Marylebone, will learn Beatles-related history from your guide, and will even make a stop at the famed Abbey Road Studios.
Step back in time to 1960s London when Beatlemania gripped the world and London was the epicenter of it all. On this 2-hour evening walking tour, see more than 35 key sites from the Beatles’ London story, including Apple HQ, Abbey Road and set locations for the band’s various films. Learn about the band members’ individual and collective histories as you snap photos, tour landmarks, and enjoy rare music and film clips!
Love musicals? This interactive walking tour won’t just whisk you away to some of the West End’s top theaters—it will also come with a soundtrack. Meet your guide in Central London, and grab a headset. During your 2.5-mile (4-kilometer) walk, you’ll discover the West End’s key landmarks, will learn insider stories and facts from your guide, and will listen to different show tunes along the way—singing and dancing are warmly encouraged.
Harry Potter fans, grab your wands and owls for the journey to Hogwarts and beyond on an official guided tour of Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter. Take a train directly from central London to the studio, where you’ll be greeted by a representative and taken on an immersive journey featuring original sets, props and costumes featured in all eight Harry Potter movies. From Platform 9 ¾ and Diagon Alley to Hagrid’s Hut and Dumbeldore’s office, you’ll be transported directly to J.K. Rowling’s beloved world of wizardry.
Step back into the Tudor era on this private tour of Hampton Court Palace. Built by Henry VIII in the 16th century and later expanded, it’s one of southern England’s highlight palaces. Meet your guide—a celebrated historian who’s appeared on Tudor-themed television specials—and get ready to explore (entry own expense). Whether it’s fashion, royal intrigue, artworks, or more, the tour can be specially tailored to fit your interests. You can also sign up for the general tour option for a broad overview of the landmark.
After meeting outside the ‘Fresh Bake’ shop in South Kensington Station Arcade, South Kensington underground station, we will make our way to Beit Quadrangle where Queen performed their first London gig in 1970. We will then pass the Royal Albert Hall where Freddie was star of the show at Fashion Aid. We will see where the site of Kensington Market was, where Freddie and Roger had a stall. We will move on to location of the legendary BIBA clothes shop, where Mary used to work and was regularly visited by a love-struck Freddie.
We will see where the apartment where Freddie started to compose Bohemian Rhapsody. We will see a number of addresses associated with the early days of Smile and Queen.We will move on to Garden Lodge, Freddie’s country home in London. We will hear stories of Freddie’s time here.
Then via a short tube journey to central London, we will visit a number of other Queen locations, including Trident studios. Our tour will end Freddie’s favourite club Heaven
Immerse yourself in the magic and mystery of Harry Potter™ with a ful-day behind-the-scenes experience at Warner Bros. Studio Tour London - the Making of Harry Potter. Enjoy round-trip transportation by luxury coach from London Victoria, and spend roughly four hours exploring the spellbinding film sets independently. See the Gothic grandeur of the Ministry of Magic, walk Diagon Alley, snap photos at iconic locations such as Platform 9 ¾ and the Hogwarts Express, and admire intricate costumes and props used in the movies.
Make the most of your time in London with tours of two of its flagship museums: the National Gallery and British Museum. Explore the National Gallery, home to one of the world’s greatest paintings collections, seeing masterpieces such as Van Gogh’s ‘Sunflowers.’ Plus, let your guide introduce you to some of the must-see ancient and medieval treasures at the British Museum. Both museums are free to enter.
Lose yourself in England’s storybook villages as you tour the picturesque Cotswolds and the medieval town of Stratford-upon-Avon on this full-day tour from London. Walk in the footsteps of England’s most iconic playwright as you tour Shakespeare’s birthplace and Anne Hathaway’s Cottage in Stratford-upon-Avon. After tucking into a packed lunch (included), marvel at the traditional English villages, rolling hills and thatched-roof cottages of the Cotswolds, as you visit Bibury, Burford and Bourton-on-the-water.
Follow in the footsteps of the Fab Four—and see over 30 different Beatles-related landmarks across London—on this small-group tour. Traveling by taxi makes it easy to zip across town and see more sights in less time. Pick from morning or afternoon tour times, and make your way to Sloane Square, where the tour kicks off. En route to stops like Abbey Road, Trident Studios, and more, your guide will share facts and stories about the world’s first super-group.
Let me show you the unique Rock n Roll places that normally you would just walk by without knowing the great history within. I have experienced and heard many stories old and new that I'd love to pass on !
Let your imagination run wild on a 3-hour Harry Potter walking tour of magical London and discover a world of wizards, witches and Death Eaters, hidden from the view of mere Muggles. Start your adventure on Platform 9 ¾ at King's Cross Station, the departure point for the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, where you can pose with magic wand in hand. Next, tour the filming sites for the Harry Potter movies, including the entrance to Diagon Alley, the Leaky Cauldron, and the bridge destroyed in the ‘Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince.’
Experience the world of wizardry on a tour of London's Harry Potter filming locations. Cruise through the city by coach to visit cinematic landmarks such as Number 12, Grimmauld Place, Diagon Alley and Platform 9¾. Along the way, enjoy insider stories about the making of the Harry Potter films and visit famous locations that inspired the epic series.
Explore London’s Soho and Fitzrovia neighborhoods with a guide and visit pubs whose past patrons include the likes of Dylan Thomas, Charles Dickens, George Orwell and Virginia Woolf. Kick off the 2.5-hour tour with a traditional British pub quiz, and the set off in search of the old pubs that have inspired generations of creatives. Visit, too, places connected with modern-day artists, musicians and writers such as Paul McCartney and Damien Hirst.
Step into a world of Jane Austen during a day trip from London to Hampshire, the 18th-century novelist’s home. With your own private guide, you’ll travel through the county’s rural villages, exploring Winchester and stopping at Jane Austen’s House Museum where classics such as Emma and Pride and Prejudice were written or revised. The bespoke private tour is led by a knowledgeable guide so you’ll get all the background info on Jane Austen as you explore.
Doing your own Charles Dickens-themed tour in London may mean only skimming over the sites linked to the Victorian-era author. This private half-day guided tour steers you smoothly between the sights, and reveals details about Dickens’ work and characters for a more enriching experience than if alone. Find spots such as the Olde Curiosity Shop, explore Dickens’ house-turned-museum in Bloomsbury, and more. Entrance fees and tube tickets at your expense.