This affordable tour pass lets you explore London's most iconic sights and attractions with complete flexibility. Choose between 12 walking tours, each 60 – 90 minutes long, exploring the best parts of London, from Parliament Square and the Changing of the Guard to the stomping grounds of rock royalty and the streets where Jack the Ripper carried out his terrifying murder spree. There's no need to reserve places in advance; just check the day's timetable and show up at the meeting point ten minutes before your desired tour starts. If your plans change, no problem; tours run with or without you.
London is jam-packed with sights, attractions, and hidden gems; that's why we created the Walk on Walk off London Tour Pass. It lets you unlock her quintessential attractions and experiences on through expert-led tours that you take own schedule. Forget about reserving tickets and blocking off entire days to sight-see. Simply pick up a schedule, check tour times for that day, and walk on to whichever tour interests you. With most tours running every day (some multiple times) you’ll have plenty of amazing options regardless of when you decide to take one. include:
- Witnessing the Changing of the Guard, where you’ll learn what all the pomp and circumstance is about, why many of the guards’ hats are hand-me-downs and why the British army really wears red uniforms.
- Crossing the jaw-dropping Tower Bridge and immersing yourself in the bloody history of the Tower of London. The story of the British monarchy isn't just royal weddings. Find out the bloody side of maintaining power on this tour.
- Getting a crash course on British democracy at the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben. Learn how MPs, Peers, and Royals share power as you visit the most iconic sights of Westminster. Don’t forget Westminster Abbey; it’s a favorite spot for royal weddings.
- Tracing the gruesome murder spree of Jack the Ripper through the atmospheric streets of Spitalfields. London’s most famous serial killer was never caught, and the route of his killings winds its way through some of the most vibrant lanes of the modern city.
- In the 1960s, London was the epicenter of a huge shift in pop culture as a new style of music burst into the public. Take a step back in time to that formative musical period and see the old haunts of rock royalty on the Beatles & Brit Rock Tour. The bars and clubs around Piccadilly have hosted some of the best musicians in rock history, from Jimi Hendrix to The Beatles. You'll see it all with our charismatic, music-loving guide.
- Strolling the South Bank to experience the vibrancy of multicultural London. From Shakespeare’s Globe Theater to one of the city's oldest pubs and the mighty St. Paul’s Cathedral, you’ll unlock an area that has been at the heart of London life for some 1,000 years.
- Toasting to your good fortune on an authentic pub crawl. For hundreds of years, public life in London has played out in public houses, where people come to eat, drink, and be merry. Find out what makes them such a beloved institution as you taste traditional beers.
- Hunting for treasures in the hallowed Halls of the British Museum. Whether you want to see the Rosetta Stone, ancient mummies, works by Renaissance masters, African weapons, Aztec sculptures, Japanese woodblock prints or just about anything else from anywhere, ever, it’s probably in the British Museum. Though it often takes an expert guide to find it.
- Munching your way down Brick Lane. From some of London’s best Indian food to her most iconic bagels, Brick Lane offers one of the most diverse food experiences in the city. Bring your appetite and an open mind.
- Exploring Soho, Covent Garden and Chinatown. Just a few minutes walk from the splendor of Westminster, these neighborhoods are rich in both history and modern culture. Learn where Soho got its name, how Covent Garden was once one of the most famous red-light districts in Europe, and how Chinatown is much younger than you might imagine.
- Taking a look at 8 of the most important paintings in the National Gallery. We know you don’t want to spend all day in a art museums so we’ve distilled down our itinerary to the must-sees. In the company of an expert guide, you’ll learn how each work changed the world and why they’re still important today.
- Indulging in a few scary stories as you visit famous murder sites in Soho. London has long been a city of violence and death, whether it came in the form of an angry lover, a blitz bomb, a greedy arsonist, or a masked serial killer. You’ll hear some of these strange, tragic, and macabre tales as you stand in the spots where they took place.