Westminster is the political centre of the United Kingdom located in central London and bordering the River Thames. Join our expert guides for a variety of Westminster walking tours and discover the sights and history, visible and not, of Westminster.
Take a guided tour inside Westminster Abbey and see poet’s corner where Charles Dickens is buried. You will also find the resting places of prime ministers, Queens and Kings including the sainted Edward the Confessor. Find out about the royal Buckingham Palace and one of the most famous places in London the Palace of Westminster AKA the Houses of Parliament.
The Palace of Westminster is home to the two houses of the UK parliament, the House of Commons and the House of Lords. You can also see Big Ben here and Victoria Tower where the Queen enters for the State Opening of Parliament and Black Rod’s Garden Entrance. Let alone Westminster Hall (“no other building in this country crystallises it’s history like Westminster Hall”) and the mediaeval Jewel Tower, the only remaining ancient parts of the ancient palace.
Travel with us and find other famous London attractions and landmarks like St. James’s park, Parliament Square, which has the statue of Winston Churchill, and the Trafalgar square.
Sure, you can visit London and see the sights like the Tower of London, Buckingham Palace and Westminster Abbey all on your own. But to really bring London to life, you need to see the city like a Londoner and that means having an expert tour guide at your side. With a private tour it’s just your small group with a London Walks Guide, meaning you’re not going to miss a single detail of London’s many treasures. Whether you’re after a full day or a half-day tour, London Walks has a whole raft of private tours of the greatest city on earth, tailored to your interests and needs. But where to start? Here are some of our most popular London walking tours that are ideal as private walking tours.
Monday, 04 March 2024 @ 10.30 am (Click here for more dates)
On Saturdays, the Westminster Abbey Tour takes place at 10.15 am year round. On Mondays, it takes place at 10.30 am until April 29. From May 7 until October 28 it takes place every Monday at 1.45 pm.
We run a ton of private walks. If you to go on any of the walks below, it’s eezy peezy as well. Just give Fiona, Peter, Niamh or Mary a ring on 020 7624 3978 – or email us at [email protected] and we’ll set it up for you and make it happen.
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People of colour have been present in the UK since Roman times, and there are so many who have been part British history. Guided by Alex