Free London in a Day Tour*
Free London in a Day Tour*
Schedule - Currently Unavailable
Meeting Point - Tower Hill
Duration - 6 Hours
Language - English
Start Time - Check Availability
Price - Free
If you are short of time in London or just want to cram everything into one jam packed day, then this is the tour for you. We combine the Royal Westminster and the Historic City of London tours to bring you the highlights of both, with a stop for a pub lunch in the middle.
In the morning, you will follow the evolution of the City, from its roots as the Roman city of Londonium, to the occupation of the Vikings, the Norman Conquest, the construction of London's own medieval castle, the Great Fire, the Blitz and its growth into the modern banking industry that stands there today.
In the afternoon, we move onto the City of Westminster, the political and Royal home of London for the last 1000 years, seeing some of the Worlds most famous palaces and churches and hearing the stories of the monarchs, politicians and revolutionaries who shaped Britain.
At first glance, these two neighbouring boroughs may appear the same, but in reality they could not be more different or wary of each other's power and influence.
If you want to visit all of London's landmarks in one fell swoop, then you won't want to miss this tour.
Meeting Point - Tower Hill Underground Station
We begin next to the Tower Hill Tram Refreshment stand, just outside Tower Hill underground station. The station is on the circle and district line, and around a 10 minute walk from Monument/Bank and Aldgate.
We recommend arriving 10-15 minutes before the tour starts, it gives you plenty of time to meet the guide and grab a coffee or ice cream!
How do I find the Guide?
Head to Tower Hill Underground Station, next to the Tram Coffee stop, and look for the guide holding up a bright red umbrella.
Where does the tour start and end?
The tour starts at Tower Hill Underground Station, as you leave the station head for the Tower Hill Tram Coffee Stop and the guide should be nearby.
Do I need to make a booking? Or cancel if my plans change?
Yes please. The number of bookings we receive dictates how many guides we send to run the tour. If we have 100 extra people turn up, it's not going to be a good experience for anyone. Please be aware, we do not accept groups of 8 people or more. Even if you book separately, if you attend the tour as a big group, you will be turned away. If you are a group of 8 or more please contact us to enquire about booking a private tour.
What if its raining?
If its raining, we will get wet! We always recommend you carry an umbrella in London, the weather really is that temperamental, but if we didn't run tours in bad weather, we wouldn't get to do many. Rain or shine we will be there waiting. Of course, if you don’t fancy standing in the rain with us we understand.
What should I wear?
Our tours are all walking, so we always recommend comfy shoes. Check the weather on the day of the tour, but we recommend bring a raincoat and some SPF just incase.
How is it free?*
How long is the tour?
The tour is roughly 6 hours long, including a break in the middle. We cover about 8km on the tour so it's important to wear comfortable shoes and bring a bottle of water.
Prefer to join us on a Private Tour?
If you are booking for a group of 8 or more, or just want a more personal experience away from the crowds, then you can book this as a Private Tour. You can dictate the content, the route and the time or sit back and let your guide lead you.
Please note, ALL schools and educational groups should book a Private Tour.