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London: Children's Bus Tour with Commentary

1. London: Children's Bus Tour with Commentary

Join the bus at the meeting point and be whisked around London. Head past some of the main sights of the British capital on a non-stop tour that is specially designed for children between the ages of 6 and 12. Learn about the history of the major landmarks from the live kid-friendly commentary. The onboard guide will provide stories and insights to captivate children’s imaginations.  Drive past the London Eye, the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, Pall Mall, Piccadilly Circus, Downing Street, and many more and more on this bus tour. Additionally, get free access to the open-top double-decker bus app allowing you to locate the main attractions, locate the point of departure, prepare your visit ahead, and enjoy self-guided walking tours.

London Highlights Self-Guided Scavenger Hunt & Walking Tour

2. London Highlights Self-Guided Scavenger Hunt & Walking Tour

Solve riddles and find clues on a self-guided scavenger hunt and walking tour through London. Download the app onto your phone and explore London at your personal pace. Choose when you start and feel free to stop and go on your own schedule. To get started, download the app on your device (download link and login credentials received after booking), then use the app and integrated maps to find your way to 10 attractions in London. Solve a location-based riddle at each attraction to unlock the next location. Work as a team and use logic, imagination, observation, and problem solving to make your way around the city. Along the way, you can stop for a coffee, grab lunch, or take a break at any time. Starting from Westminster Station, the tour route includes Big Ben, River Thames, Westminster Palace, Westminster Abbey, St. James Park, Buckingham Palace, Waterloo Place, and Trafalgar Square, where the tour ends.

London: South Bank Self-Guided Discovery Game

3. London: South Bank Self-Guided Discovery Game

Solve riddles via a web app in your phone’s browser for an unconventional sightseeing experience across London's South Bank. Start your challenge at Lambeth North tube station. Each of the 16 riddles takes you from one hidden location to the next. Unlock local recommendations and fun facts, as well as the history of the city. During your game, discover spots that most locals don’t even know about and see popular sights from a different angle. Explore the wonders of one of London’s most exciting neighborhoods with history, street art, and stories of British greats. Enjoy views of the London Eye, colorful art, the Oxo Tower, and a picturesque riverside walk. This game is suitable for friends, couples, families with kids, and team-building activities. Make memories together while exploring London and get creative to discover the city's secrets.

London: LGBTQIA Historic, Legal, & Cultural Walking Journey

4. London: LGBTQIA Historic, Legal, & Cultural Walking Journey

There is so, so much to see and discover during this unique tour. The legal and cultural LGBTQI is learned and discussed whilst taking in some of the loveliest and splendourous sights London has to over. Most LGBTQI tours focus on the Civil Liberties: this tour offers unique insights into the various civilisations attitudes and practices in the LGBTQI space. The qualified guide is dressed as Anne Bonney, the infamous pirate, who allegedly had a lesbian relationship with Mary Read, another girl pirate: cross dressing and the culture of M/F identities within UK arts, and music scene is talked about openly in some great spaces. The Royal Family, LGBTQI in royal context is given by the guide in St. James' Park within eyeshot of Buckingham Palace, the place of royal residence since Victoria & Albert. The differences between the treatments of men and women in the LGBTQI history is discussed here before walking to Piccadilly and London's theatreland. Here discover just how important to the arts and music counter culture in London has been totally dependant on and due to the LGBTQI contribution. The notorious and famous Admiral Duncan pub in Soho is visited for a well earned pint and to take in a space that has survived a lot of anti LGBTQI feeling. This is a tour that doen's just cover Pride and the trials and tribulations of the LGBTQI space, but the rich variety of that world, it's legal and cultural journey and the important participants. Questions and contributions from those taking part are encouraged and practiced throughout the duration of the tour. We depart and end in Soho with the choice of remaining with the group and guide or leaving.

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Easy to book. Efficient and clear communication before the event. Brilliant tour, clear, informative and informative commentary for adults and children. Would highly recommend

Would definitely recommend. Went with 2 boys aged 5 and they loved it. They stayed focused for the whole time. Well worth it. Would do it again.

A fantastic way to see London and the host was so good with the young ones! Absolutely recommend for trying to see everything with little ones!

Jez was absolutely brilliant, full of knowledge and our three kids loved it! Happily recommend this and will definitely do it again!

Perfect activity for children. We loved every second of it!