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Site Visits

Adults  £15 pp

Full-Time Students over 16 £10 pp 

Children under 10 - 16  £5 

Children under 10 - FREE 

(& any admission charge)

Start time 11am

Duration 2 hours 

(V&A 3 hours)

Calander

Andrew is qualified to guide at a range of premier London sites. He runs scheduled tours but can also run bespoke tours for your own group, dealing with the logistics of booking entrance tickets and creating an itinerary for your day to make it easier for you and your colleagues/employees. He can also tailor tour experiences to suit your needs, budget and time. For example, why not combine a trip to the National Gallery to learn about a selection of key masterpieces with a walk in the Soho or Westminster area?  Or combine a site tour with a guided walk or another experience like the Changing of the Guard.  

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National Gallery Masterpieces 

The National Gallery is London’s home of Western European art from the 14th Century to 1900. With some 2,500 paintings, the gallery boasts such a variety of priceless works from the artistic masters of the last 700 years covering the key movements of art history. Bellini, Raphael, Da Vinci, Titian, Holbein, Van Eyck, Rubens, Valasquez, Carravagio, Rembrandt, Turner, Constable, Monet and Van Gogh are all here.

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Highlights of the V&A Museum 

Located in a beautiful building in South Kensington, this museum really does have something for everyone: art, sculpture, design, fashion, glassware, jewellery, furniture and more across a range of galleries that span the world. Highlights include the Cast Courts (life-sized plaster casts of famous antiquities), the Sculpture Galleries, the Raphael Cartoons, Tipu’s Tiger, Da Vinci’s Codices, the Ardabil Carpet and much more….   

Highlights of the British Museum

The British Museum is our national museum of human history, art and culture. It houses some of the most famous artefacts from the ancient civilisations of the world including the Rosetta Stone, Parthenon Marbles, Lewes Chessmen, Egyptian mummies and Sutton Hoo ship burial treasure.

St Paul's Cathedral 

St Paul’s is our Nations Church where we come together to collectively remember, celebrate, mourn and grieve. Queen Victoria celebrated her Diamond Jubilee here in 1897. Some of our nations heroes are buried here including Admiral Lord Horatio Nelson who won the naval battle of Trafalgar against the French in 1805 and the Duke of Wellington who led an allied army that defeated Napolean’s army at Waterloo in 1815. The funeral service of Winston Church, our wartime Prime Minster was held in 1965 and Margaret Thatcher, Prime Minister in the 1980s was held in 2013.

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The Tower of London

Built by William the Conqueror in the year 1087, the Tower has been London’s principal fortress for nearly 1,000 years. It has also been a Royal Palace, Prison, Mint, Observatory and even a zoo!  It is the site of famous prisoners who were executed on Tower Hill or within the grounds of the Tower itself. It houses the famous Ravens that watch over the Tower, the Yeoman Warders who guard it and the Crown Jewells used for the coronation of our monarch.

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