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London: Seven Deadly Sins Pub Tour

Product ID: 177333
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Visit London's naughtiest pubs and learn all about the city's most grisly history, from a 16th-century pub where Queen Elizabeth danced around a cherry tree to London's largest execution ground.
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Duration 1.5 hours
Starting time 7:30 PM
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  • Learn about the history of London's naughtiest pubs
  • Visit infamous sights in London's sinful past
  • Discover a darker side of London
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Get a group of friends together and indulge in a night of sin. See London's most wicked pubs and hear all about the dark stories that make up their history.

Your evening includes visits to four pubs, including a 16th-century pub where Queen Elizabeth danced around a cherry tree, along with a pub that was home to a lustful publican and serves alcohol at 6am, a pub built by Sir Christopher Wren to entice his workers to spend all their money so he could reclaim their pay, and an authentic gin palace and former home to ladies of the night and an infamous prison.

Besides getting your fill of grisly stories at the pubs, see the Scratching Fanny (Ghost) of Cock Lane and the site of the 1666 Great Fire of London, as well as London's largest execution ground, a market where men once sold their unwanted wives, and the plague pit which supplied bodysnatchers centuries ago.
  • Expert guide
  • Visits to four pubs
What’s Not Included
  • Drinks

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Meeting point

Meet in front of the newspaper stand outside Farringdon Station: 39 Cowcross Street, London.

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From US$ 19.16 per person

Organized by

Lantern Ghost Tours Limited

Product ID: 177333