London is well known for its vibrant pub culture and grabbing a nice pint of lager after a long day of work is something many Londoners won’t deny. On the London Pub Tour you get to discover the city’s oldest drinking establishments as you walk among the winding streets and back alleys of historic city centre. The tour includes a visit to where Dylan Thomas drunkenly misplaced his manuscripts, hear about the massive gin consumption of Victorians and stand in the secret alleyways where one of England’s most famous poets faced a duel. Learn about London’s drinking culture in the past while you walk among its modern face.
This tour includes drama, intrigue and a large sip of history, and after all the walking and the talking you can relax and in one of Charles Dickens’ regular watering holes with the worlds’ favourite drink. *
*Half a pint is included at the end of the tour.
This tour includes:
Licensed local guide — Pub history — Drinking culture of London — Half a pint
“Ghastly Ghost Tour”
Reviewed on May 30, 2016
Our guide George was excellent and stories were interesting. Slightly less "ghastly" than anticipated due to the good weather(!) which meant it got dark quite late. Would be interested to do their…
“Wonderful tour with a great tour guide”
Reviewed on May 28, 2016
I went on the ghost tour with my friend and our guide was George Rowe. He was so engaging and knowledgable and made the two hours fly by with interesting and spooky stories about London's historic…
“Great informative and fun ghost tour with George Rowe”
Reviewed on May 27, 2016
We went on a ghost tour of the East End of London with our guide George Rowe, it was a great time! Interesting, unnerving and informative stories with a tour of some historic parts of east London as…
The meeting point is at Chancery Lane Tube Station, on the Corner of Grays Inn Road — WC1V, London.
Directions: Chancery Lane Tube Station on the Corner of Grays Inn Road
Things to note
-The tour is wheelchair accessible.
-Dogs are allowed.