Debauched London! Bankside, Brothels & Beer

Experience the real history of London, the people’s history! Southwark has long been associated with debauchery, but has recently enjoyed a resurgence in popularity. Join our expert guide on this unique tour of Bankside and discover its compelling history. 2:30 pm every Saturday

Royal London & Changing of the Guard

A fascinating walk around Royal London including the Changing of the Guard, taking in the splendour and glamour of our capital. See three royal palaces, Westminster Abbey and Big Ben on this fully guided tour. 10.30am EVERY DAY

Fire, Pestilence & Plague

For hundreds of years the City of London has been ‘plagued’ by disaster, from the sacking of the city by Queen Boudicca, to the bomb damage during the Blitz. Along the way you’ll encounter mass graveyards from the plague, execution sites and sinister stories. A tour not to be missed! 2.30pm every Sunday

Secrets of London

Experience a walking tour with a difference! On the secret hidden London tour you will hear the more unusual stories about London’s famous sights. Discover the secrets of our famous city that are hiding in plain view! 2.30pm every Thursday

Jack the Ripper!

The autumn of 1888 will forever be known in London as the Autumn of Terror. In London’s East End a serial killer stalked the streets, murdering prostitutes and mutilating their bodies, his name, Jack the Ripper! Every Monday and Friday, 7pm

London’s Ghostly Haunts

Hear some of the spooky tales from old london town, visit the most haunted theatre on earth, and walk in the footsteps of traitors! You will visit Haunted Theatres, Eerie Pubs, meet some Ghastly Ghouls, hear Sinister Tales and Spooky Stories! Every Saturday 7pm Temple Station

Ghostly figure from London's Ghostly Haunts Walk

Soho & Covent Garden, the Wicked West End

See where the Beatles and the Rolling Stones performed and where the infamous rooftop concert took place (the Beatles last together). Discover the glamour of Theatreland and the nightspots, pubs and bars that everyone visiting London should see. Every Wednesday 2:30 PM from the Statue of Eros (Piccadilly Circus).