Free Walking Tour- Guided Tour
There are some voluntary services providing you complete Guided Free Walking Tour. Either they will take you in a group to show you or they will give you a clear-cut Map from which you can easily see the attractions.
So far we know we are going to list some Guided Free Walking Tour Providers. But if you find somewhere a good Free Guided Tour Provider, please don’t forget to share your experience with us to publish here.
Courtesy: OccupyLondonTours, Free Walking Tour
Telephone: Canary Wharf tour: 07749552063 (Max), City tour: 07545851229 (Dan), Mayfair tour: 07799764283 (Angus)
Occupy Tours – Occupy London Tours is a free Guided Tour Company, run by volunteers, who want to throw open the secretive world of finance and politics for all to see. The tours are designed to be informative, entertaining and – most importantly – accessible.
City Information Centre, St Paul’s Churchyard, London, EC4M 8BX. Tel. 020 7606 3030 (located between St Paul’s Cathedral and Millennium Bridge)
Home of the Famous London Free Guided Tour with some of the best guides in Europe. This is run by Volunteers. Free.
04. Walk London Email. firstname.lastname@example.org
Walk London’s self-guided walking tours pass the very best of London’s world famous and historic attractions ensuring you make the most of your visit to London. You are given attraction guide with an interactive map.
05. London For Free Contact with them via webform.
Self-guided London Walks- You will be provided information and maps for 11 free self-guided walking tours, which each cover a different part of London. Simply choose the area you want to explore, print the walk and go London sightseeing for free.
06. Free London Walking Tours Tel. 078 892 59312 or Contact with them via webform.
They offer five unique walking tours with local, expert guides. Guides are passionate and knowledgeable about London and work on a tips only basis (Not mandatory). No matter what your budget, you can enjoy a high quality, informative and entertaining tour.
07. Free Tours by Foot Tel. 020 3287 0675 Email. email@example.com
.. offers pay-what-you wish London walking Guided Tour. They offer tours of Westminster, the City of London, Jack the Ripper, London East End as well as food tours and bike tours.
08. Guildhall Art Gallery And Roman Amphitheatre Tel. 020 7332 3700
Guildhall Art Gallery and London’s Roman Amphitheatre- Enjoy a free Guided Tour on Fridays of the highlights of the permanent collection of the Guildhall Art Gallery and of London’s Roman Amphitheatre below the gallery.
09. Guided tours of Tate Modern-Tate Britain Tel. 020 7887 8888 (Tate Britain), 020 7887 8888 (Tate Modern) Email. firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Tate Modern is spectacular to look and you can join a free Guided Tour lasting 45 minutes and led by in-house experts.
10. A Cockroach Tour at the Science Museum– Tel. 0870 870 4868, 020 7942 4000 Email. firstname.lastname@example.org
Get a bug’s eye view of the human race with the Science Museum’s Cockroach Tour. Step into their shells (literally) and explore how science and technology are influencing our climate.
11. Climb up Big Ben
You can climb up all 334 steps of Big Ben to hear the Great Bell chime the hour up-close as well as taking in stunning views across London, you can also explore behind the clock faces. Free Guided Tour. You need to Book in prior
12. Free Guided Tours at Somerset House Tel. 020 7845 4600 Email. email@example.com
Somerset House, now an exciting venue for arts and culture was once the home of three Catholic queens; Anne of Denmark, Henrietta Maria and Catherine of Braganza and played a vital part in the crisis of the Stuart dynasty.
13. Free Tours of London & London Walking Tours Tel. 0207 859 4996 Email. firstname.lastname@example.org
Free Tours of London take you on a journey through London’s colourful and sometimes dark history. Their London walking tours are both informative and fun – no boring lectures – as you explore London’s busy streets and discover 2,000 years of fascinating and entertaining history