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London: Private Family-Friendly Walking Tour with a Guide

1. London: Private Family-Friendly Walking Tour with a Guide

"Provide your family with an unforgettable memories by choosing this one-of-a-kind walking tour. Forget boring sightseeing and make learning history and exploring London fun as you will be accompanied by a 5-Star Guide with a vast experience in tours aimed at families with kids. Enjoy the comfort of skip-the-line tickets and adjusted tempo and tour itinerary. During 2-hour tour you will explore London’s best gems and secrets while avoiding usual tiring tours. The theme of this tour is: fun and no boredom! Enjoy the family-friendly vibes and interesting stories and riddles served by your Private Guide. Discover many statues and monuments to hear fascinating facts about the Royal Family. See Duke of York Column and the memorial dedicated to King George VI and Queen Elizabeth. Guess the meaning of the horse of the The South African Royal Artillery Memorial and see the St. James’s Palace, one of the oldest in London. Find out where the Queen lives and admire the traditional Changing of the Guard. Enjoy observing each stage of the entire ceremony from beginning to end and immerse yourself in fascinating history of the guards and British Royal Family. Both kids and parents will enjoy the fun and informative commentary from an Expert-Guide, as well as the unique atmosphere. Join the 3-hour tour and visit the Royal Mews. Being one of the finest working stables in the world, it is a home to the royal collection of historic coaches and carriages. Enjoy dozens of history facts, fascinating legends and fairy tales about the magnificent equestrian stables. Stroll around and enjoy exploring the fun rich collections including state vehicles, horse-drawn carriages and motor cars which are used for coronations, state visits, royal weddings and other official occasions. Hear amazing stories about the Royal Family and admire the highlights - the dazzling Gold State Coach and Diamond Jubilee State Coach. If you're lucky, you will have a chance to meet the royal horses! Do not miss trying out one of the royal carriages - it’s a perfect idea for a photo! In the 4-hour option take your London experience to the highest level and enjoy the exciting adventure of London Eye ride. Follow your Funny Guide and see more highlights along the way, as the iconic Big Ben. Hear fascinating riddles and take advantage of the skip-the-line tickets. Avoid tiring queues - join the attraction fast and easily and a moment later, admire London from height of 135 meters. It will be an unforgettable experience for the whole family, as wonderful views will conquer the hearts of even the youngest! "

Royal London Walking Tour

2. Royal London Walking Tour

Your local guide will meet either meet you at your hotel or at the tour starting point of St. James Park Underground Station. The walk starts by heading to St James’ Park, built by King Henry VIII and so the oldest Royal Park in London. The park is renowned for its wonderful variety of birds that live in and around the lake. Next up you will visit the first of several Royal Palaces and walk a short distance to St. James’ Palace. This old palace used to be the residence of the monarch until 1837. These days it is occupied by Prince Charles, the Duchess of York and Prince Harry. From here you will walk along Londons primary ceremonial road, The Mall which leads to Buckingham Palace but before you get to the home of HRH Queen Elizabeth II, you will see Clarence House, a home with a lengthy Royal history that for many decades was the residence of the Queen Mother. There is no avoiding the magnificent Buckingham Palace and you will stop here for a while to take some wonderful photos as you learn a little about the history of the palace and The Queen before you continue past the Royal Mews. Time to move on from this particular part of London, you head over to another Royal Park, Green Park and along Constitution Hill to a number of marvelous memorials and a fabulous monumental Arch with the largest bronze statue in Europe sat atop. After stopping at Number 1 London, an actual address of a great house that once belonged to the Duke of Wellington, you enter Hyde Park. When in the middle of Hyde Park you can almost forget that you are in the middle of London with is acres of parkland, meadows, lakes and thousands of trees. It is little wonder that it was once a Royal hunting ground. You will visit the beautiful Serpentine before visiting the Princess Diana Memorial. Going back 150 years further you go on a little further to see the magnificent Prince Albert Memorial and neighboring Royal Hall before you finish this private guided tour passing through Kensington Gardens at the front gates of Kensington Palace, official London Royal residency of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

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