See London like never before with a quirky walking tour
Learn amazing facts from an expert city guide
Pass strange sights including London's smallest police station!
Sit down to a hearty two-course pub lunch in Covent Garden
Our capital is full of hidden wonders so why not delve deeper than the usual sights and sounds, learn about quirky London and enjoy a great meal. This award-winning walking tour is sure to leave your head full of unusual city knowledge and true Londoners and keen tourists alike will come away armed with new facts. Meet an expert guide in Covent Garden and embark on an eye opening journey, passing strange sights including Britain's smallest police station, London's most devious piece of advertising and the only street in the country where people drive on the right. After a good walk, head to Covent Garden's inviting Marquess of Anglesey for a hearty set two-course lunch accompanied by a drink each (beer, wine or soft drink).
Every Saturday throughout the year, excluding the Christmas and New Year period.
There is no min age, however, children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Some tour routes can accommodate wheelchair users, please confirm before booking. The pub does include wheelchair access but regrettably not disabled toilets.
In the event of heavy rain or extreme weather conditions, the tour guide may decide to reschedule. If cancelled, an alternative date is arranged.
Tours start at 11.30am and lasts around an hour and a half. Lunch can be taken anytime between 1pm and 3pm.
Numbers on the Day
Share the tour with up to 10 other keen sightseers, plus an experienced guide.