Get a unique perspective of London’s East End on a 2-hour street art tour and discover works by Banksy, Shepard Fairey, and more. Learn about different street art techniques, and explore the graffiti culture of one of London’s trendiest neighborhoods.
What to Expect
Join a unique 2-hour tour of London and learn the difference between street art and graffiti. The fascinating trek through London's East End will show you some of the city’s world-famous and ever-changing street art scene.
See exciting work by the world's most famous street artists exactly where it's meant to be seen: on the street! Full of international graffiti culture, London's East End streets are the perfect place to see this urban phenomenon.
The guided tour explains the history of street art and shows you how to recognize the different techniques and styles, including fimo, crochet, laser-cut wood, sculpture, fly posting, and replica street signs.
You will discover works by Shepard Fairey, Space Invader, and emerging local artists. A definite highlight will be views of street art by local legend Banksy. Known for his distinctive stenciling style and strong political statements, the work of Banksy can be found on bridges, buildings, and walls all over the world. Discover some of his original art, dating back to 1992, including the courtyard where Banksy and D*Face famously crashed their cars in the name of art.
- Tour of London's East End street art
Please meet your guide outside Shoreditch High Street station. Your guide will stand on the right site when you come out of the exit and will be holding an Insider London sign.
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Know Before You Go
• All guests must book in advance
• Please wear comfortable shoes and bring an umbrella in the event of rainy weather