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London: Jack the Ripper Interactive Guided Walking Tour

Duration: 2 hours
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Embark on an interactive Jack the Ripper walking tour around Victorian London, with your very own suspect cards and Ripperologist guide leading the…

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Interesting tour - shame about the lights

Getting on the bus was first come, first on regardless if you had pre-booked tickets. We got on at the time we pre-booked but only just and bearing in mind with this type of bus you want to be up top, my advice is get there early! The tour guide and the driver (John and Nigel) were great considering the bad traffic that night and delay getting started and John (tour guide) was informative and witty and did well with a tired (tour started 9.30pm) audience. It was disappointing that some of the lights weren't on (Albert Memorial) and no lights or fountains at Trafalgar Square. This obviously out of their control - London Council perhaps trying to save money! Regardless of this, the tour was interesting and informative and I certainly learned a thing or two about the cities of London. Highlights for us; definately Tower Bridge and Westminster, Elizabeth Tower and the London Eye, and singing our way under London Bridge.

London by Night: 90-Minute Open Top Bus Tour Reviewed by Diane, 24/09/2019

Three day ticket was good value for money

We were a group of four, with 3-day tickets. We saw everything we wanted to see. The life commentary on the red tour was instructive and fun. The river cruise to Greenwich was included, again, the commentary was interesting. The traffic in London was bad due to roadworks, but the tour buses made a good job of it. However, we were not informed in time that one of the stops was not open, and so we had to walk back a while to get where we wanted to be. There had been a lengthy raft of instructions, as well as a change of bus, and so what was being said may have made sense to the staff, but we did not hear it. That was the only negative of the three day experience.

The queuing system should be explained more clearly.

What a shame that right at the start most people who joined the ‘Online purchase’ queue got up to the front, only to be told that they had to join the other very long queue! It should have been made clear that the ‘Online purchase’ queue was for those who had printed tickets only. Most people who bought tickets online, but had their tickets on their mobile phones, had to join another long queue. The Glass Sculpture itself was magnificent and I would have given the Activity 5 stars, but for the appalling queuing system.

London: Kew Gardens Admission Ticket Reviewed by Maria, 26/09/2019

Enjoyed this trip and it was very informative

We enjoyed this cruise down the Thames very much. The boat was comfortable and clean with toilet facilities and also refreshments if required. The crew were courteous and friendly and helpful on boarding and disembarking to those who were not so agile. The commentary was funny and engaging and was also very informative, which made the trip very interesting. We loved it and next time we visit London, plan to do another cruise, just for the fun of it.

Good way to get the overall feel of the city.

Even though our trip was somewhat interrupted by major protests on the streets Big Bus did there best trying to navigate the unexpected road closers. We have been on other tours they offer in other city’s and have always had good service.