We can offer tours at the following London
sites and attractions:
space, a former power station, showcasing the nation’s collection
of international modern art since 1900, is one of London’s biggest
attractions. Everything in this gallery is cutting-edge. Join us
for a highlights tour and learn about the collection, its history,
the space and future developments. Come and be amazed!
Home to British art from the 16th century to the present day, Tate
Britain is one of the most popular and often visited galleries in
central London. It is famous for housing the substantial collection of
paintings by J.M.W. Turner. The highlights tour of the gallery explores
its wonderful collection of Pre-Raphaelite paintings, paintings by
William Hogarth, England’s most famous social cartoonist, and John
Constable’s vision of rural idyll.
Learn to appreciate the connection between Lord Alfred Tennyson’s poem
‘The Lady of Shalott’ and the painting by John William Waterhouse, the
macabre link between John Everett Millais’ ‘Ophelia’ and the model and
see the hugely influential ‘Three Studies for Figures at the Base of a
Crucifixion’ by Francis Bacon.
St Paul's Cathedral
Possibly the most watched pageant in the world the Change of the Guards
in London draws huge crowds everytime. Experience this great event and
learn all about the regiments that take part, the uniforms they wear
and the details of this spectacular ceremony.
One of the finest museums in the world for applied art and design.
Explore 3000 years' worth of artefact from around the world from
classical sculpture to catwalk couture. Highlights inlude the British
Gallerie which look at the best of British design from 1500 to 1900.
The Science Museum was founded in 1857 as part of the South Kensington
Museum, and gained independence in 1909. Today the Museum is world
renowned for its historic collections, awe-inspiring galleries and
inspirational exhibitions. It's very hands-on and great for
families, it also manages to fill 7 floors with every conceivable area
of science, from Puffing Billy, the world's oldest surviving
steam locomotiv to space exploration (there's a full size
replica of the Apollo 11 landing craft) via, quite possibly, the
funkiest museum cafe in London.
Whether you have all day or just an hour or so, together we can
pick out the best bits to help you get the most out of this
spectacular, popular science destination.
We defy you not to fall in love
with Greenwich - one of London's most beguiling places. Whether
it's the outstanding architecture of Sir Christopher Wren and Inigo
Jones with t he Old Naval Hospital and Queens House, , the wonders of
the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich Park - host to the 2012 Olympic
Equestrian events, vibrant Greenwich Market, the Royal Observatory with
the World famous Prime Meridien of the World, or just the glory of the
river Thames - Guides of London can walk with you and cast light
on what you see: inside and out This World Heritage Site is a
total gem and we will make it sparkle.
Out of London sites include:
Oxford, Stratford-upon-Avon and the Cotswolds
Bath and Stonehenge
For further information and to book a tour contact
a guide or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org