London is home to some truly amazing sights, and seeing them all is often best in knowledgeable company! Whether you’re interested in the latest and greatest art, want to browse major film locations, or delve into the city’s history – these walking tours will help you learn more about London on your next visit…
Highlights of London Walking Tour
The city has many highlights, but this tour, which takes just over two hours to complete, takes you through some of the very best – and is followed by an indulgent traditional afternoon tea for relaxing afterwards. Whilst the treats on offer can’t rival the Indian afternoon tea offered at your hotel, it’s still a great way to wind down after seeing sights like Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, the Houses of Parliament and Trafalgar Square up close.
Harry Potter Walking Tour
This tour runs at around 2 ½ hours, providing plenty of time to see some of the major locations which inspired author JK Rowling or featured in the film franchise of her ever-popular book series. On the Harry Potter Walking Tour, you’ll step into the real-life Diagon Alley, grab a few photos at Platform 9 ¾, and find out much more about some of London’s most notable landmarks during your stay at the Park Grand Hotel Kensington.
Changing of the Guard Guided Tour
Showcasing one of London’s most popular attractions, the Changing of the Guard walking tour will not only take you to the event, but also provide you with a guided exploration of major royal palaces, parks and buildings which have all played a role in London’s regal history. It’s designed to suit all ages, so would prove a fantastic introduction to British cultural history for children as well as adults after a delicious Park Grand London Kensington breakfast.
Historic Pub Walking Tour
Londoners love a tipple, and this tour will guide you through some of the most historic spaces for grabbing a few drinks, on a three-hour, comprehensive look at some of the city’s oldest pubs. This is a great way to get in the mood for a trip to the Park Grand London Kensington restaurant, and numbers are kept small (limited to just 14 participants) to ensure everyone is able to enjoy the many Elizabethan-era inns and Victorian gin joints which are explored on the tour.
Camden Street Art Tour
Another great tour for smaller groups, the Camden Street Art Tour will take you on a trip down some of the lesser-known streets of this hip part of the city. While you’re there, you’ll be told all the stories about how some of the best street art in London was created, as well as learning more about the artists behind the works. Your guide is a real expert in the local street art world, so this is a fantastic way to see more of London from a unique and well-informed viewpoint.