Yes London is very walkable.

We’ll mix with the locals as we get around using a combination of the world famous London Taxis, the tube (subway) and our legs. We can also use the train network to take us out to the Queen’s Weekend retreat Windsor Castle or even Hampton Court Palace.  

Tours of course come in all shapes and sizes. Whether you’re an individual looking for a half day introduction or a family group on the vacation of a lifetime, I will tailor your tours, your way. To give you a few ideas, listed below are some of the most popular tours I offer, but if you need something different, tweaked or rearranged that’s really not a problem.

Please contact me for pricing and to arrange details.

Please note:

  • Fares, entrances and meals are not included.
  • Car Tours are carried out in my 2014 Mercedes E Class which accommodates up to 4 passengers.

London Introduction
4 hour tour

Feeling fit? Then this can work for you! Using a combination of the world famous London Taxis, the tube (subway) system and our legs we will have time for one internal visit of your choice plus time to take in some of the highlights which can include Big Ben, Houses of Parliament, Buckingham Palace and the Changing of the Guard (weather dependant), Trafalgar Square, Piccadilly Circus, Tower Bridge, St Paul’s Cathedral, Tower of London, Westminster Abbey, London Eye, River Thames, Downing Street, Harrods, some of The Royal Parks, National Gallery, Tate Modern, National Portrait Gallery, the Financial District (the site of old Roman London) and more. Find out more . . .

Brainy1 In 1914 Westminster Abbey’s Coronation Chair was damaged by a bomb planted by the Suffragettes


London Highlights
8 hour tour

A popular tour for the family with children, and yes London is very walkable! Using a combination of the world famous London Taxis, the tube (subway) system and our legs we’ll cover the highlights and take in two internal visits of your choice. Highlights can include Big Ben, Houses of Parliament, Buckingham Palace and the Changing of the Guard (weather dependant), Trafalgar Square, Piccadilly Circus, Tower Bridge, St Paul’s Cathedral, Tower of London, Westminster Abbey, London Eye, River Thames, Downing Street, Harrods, some of The Royal Parks, National Gallery, Tate Modern, National Portrait Gallery, the Financial District (the site of old Roman London) and more. Find out more . . .

Brainy1 The British Museum has over 10 million objects with less than 1% on show at any one time


Windsor Castle by Train
4 hour tour

Windsor is the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world and has been home to 39 of our monarchs. Today the Queen spends more time here than Buckingham Palace! We’ll start by visiting the state apartments (the rooms built to impress the visiting dignitaries and many of which are still used by our Queen today) filled with treasures collected by Kings and Queens through the ages. Also onsite is St George’s Chapel (closed on Sundays) where we’ll find the tombs of King Henry VIII, King Charles I and our present Queen’s parents among many others. Find out more . . .

Brainy1 In 1986 Wallis Simpson’s funeral was held in St Georges Chapel Windsor with the Queen in attendance


The Beatles [PB]The Beatles
4 hour tour

“Sorry lads, guitar music is on the way out.” Decca’s loss was definitely EMI’s gain. We’ll start our tour at the Abbey Road Studios where the fab four recorded nearly all of their songs. We’ll visit where the Beatles lived, loved, married, worked and were arrested, we’ll look at pictures and watch film clips, as we bring to life what was the London scene for one of the biggest bands of all time. Find out more . . .

Brainy1 The Beatles once toured under the name of The Silver Beatles 


Hampton Court Palace by Train
4 hour tour

Although it is probably best known for its association with King Henry VIII, Hampton Court Palace is a palace of two halves. First we have the 16th Century Tudor Palace, built to impress the visiting dignitaries from both home and abroad. Then it’s onto the second half of the palace. A Baroque build developed for the Kings and Queens of the 17th and early 18th Centuries, containing rooms with splendid décor of the period. We’ll also walk in the outstanding gardens, which are a match for any in England. And there’ll be an opportunity to tackle the famous Maze too! Find out more . . .

Brainy1 Henry VIII’s first wife Catherine of Aragon was once married to his brother Arthur, who died in 1502