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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: Spy Walking Tour

2. London: Spy Walking Tour

Spend the day exploring London, learning about the intelligence organizations of Britain, and the operations and assassinations that these organizations have undertaken. Discover what it’s like to work for Britain’s security services in the 21st century. Start at Swiss Cottage and hear one of the most exciting espionage tales of the Second World War. Head to Baker Street to visit the home of Sherlock Holmes. Find out how the fictional consulting detective has a link to the Second World War. Listen to the history of two of the most infamous intelligence organizations in the world, MI5 and MI6, and stand outside their headquarters in London. Make stops at other locations, such as shops rumored to have been used as cover for British agents to meet their handlers. Visit the site of a KGB assassination at a hotel where a Russian spy, Alexander Litvinenko, was poisoned. See the building where one of the most gruesome and macabre operations of the Second World War was planned.

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What people are saying about Waterloo Bridge

Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 86 reviews

It isn't obvious where you will board the bus but it is at the end of the street closest to Her Majesty's Theatre. Very well organised boarding and each child is given a really good quality booklet with lots of information and spaces to fill in answers to questions about some of the things they will see. Commentary was loud enough to hear from the back seat. Very clear. Staff were friendly and helpful. Would go again.

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!

Well organised and just the right length for young children. The children loved it…. and so did the adults.