Private London Tours

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London is one of the most exciting cities in the world – your private London tours guide will show you the famous attractions and the hidden gems…

The Tower of London

Tower of London

This famous old fort is where traitors were imprisoned and lost their heads – and two of Henry VIII's unfortunate wives were held and executed here. It’s now home to the legendary black ravens, the Beefeaters, a dazzling collection of Crown jewels and, apparently, the ghost of Anne Boleyn…

Buckingham Palace

Visit the most famous house in Britain. Buckingham Palace is the official London residence of Her Majesty the Queen, and the doors are flung open every summer to welcome visitors. Tour the state rooms and see the wonderful works of art. Treasures include paintings by Rembrandt, Rubens and Canaletto. The Queen's Gallery of special exhibitions is well worth a visit too. And keep your eyes peeled in case you spot an elderly figure shuffling down the corridor in her crown and slippers…

The London Eye

London Eye

See great views across London from Europe's tallest Ferris wheel. There are 32 air-conditioned capsules, each one representing one of the boroughs of London. The structure is 443 feet tall and the wheel has a diameter of 394 feet. Well worth doing the rounds!

Westminster Abbey

Visit Westminster Abbey, the Cathedral where Kate and Wills got hitched – and where nearly every English king and queen since 1066 has been crowned. Many Royals and famous people (including the author Charles Dickens) are buried here too. This landmark building is over 900 years old and we can show you the historic sites including the Coronation Chair (built in 1300) and Poet's Corner where artistic figures including Geoffrey Chaucer were laid to rest.

Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge

This iconic bridge was constructed during the reign of Queen Victoria in 1894. The deck is raised to allow river traffic through, about 500 times a year. We sometimes get lucky and witness this happening during one of our tours of London. Plus, find excellent restaurants nearby in Butlers Wharf...

St Paul’s Cathedral

This outstanding historic Cathedral was built by Sir Christopher Wren between 1675-1700. It remained undamaged during the heavy bombing of World War II and was seen as a symbol of hope. Enjoy wonderful views of London from the breathtaking viewing point. Plus don’t miss the famous whispering gallery… A short trip over the Millennium Bridge takes you to the Tate Modern – one of the best places to see modern art in the UK.

Big Ben

Big Ben

There’s always time to visit Big Ben - the magnificent clock tower that forms part of the Houses of Parliament and whose chimes have become famous around the world. The name 'Big Ben' refers to the 13 ton bell and the minute hand is an amazing 14 feet long!

"I'm leaving because the weather is too good. I hate London when it's not raining"
Groucho Marx, American comedian and film star
Our customers say...
"David is extremely knowledgeable about London and the surrounding countryside. He was very patient with our questions and was great with our kids too. The tour was the highlight of our trip to London"
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Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace

Westminster Abbey

Westminster Abbey

St Paul's Cathedral

St Paul's Cathdral