Royal Opera House, London Tickets & Activities

13 activities found
Sort by:

Top sights near Royal Opera House, London

Royal Opera House, London: Our most recommended tours and activities

London: Harry Potter Movie Locations Magic Guided Tour

London: Harry Potter Movie Locations Magic Guided Tour

Join your tour guide and enjoy a stroll through Muggle-run London! Follow in the footsteps of your favourite characters and see treasured landmarks along the way. Start at the iconic Trafalgar Square and see the National Gallery, where thousands of fans camped out for the world premiere. Visit Covent Garden and pass by the Harry Potter Photographic Exhibition, and see 10 Downing Street, home to the British Muggle Prime Minister. Walk to Great Scotland Yard (otherwise known as the entrance to the Ministry of Magic!) and enjoy lots of insider facts and stories as you pass traditional bookstores and Harry Potter inspired shops. Relive your favorite moments, take heaps of photos, enjoy captivating commentary from your guide, and even win 10 points for Gryffindor if you guess some trivia questions correctly! Use the complimentary mobile app to access bonus audio-guided walking routes and continue exploring London once the guided tour is finished.

London: Highlights self-guided walking tour with mobile app

London: Highlights self-guided walking tour with mobile app

Embark on an Unforgettable Journey through the Heart of London! The Tourific London Highlights Walking Tour is a meticulously curated adventure through the bustling heart of one of the world's most historic cities. This guided excursion spans approximately 10 kilometers and offers a deep dive into over twenty of Central London's most iconic landmarks and hidden gems. Start your tour with a spectacular view of the Tower Bridge and end at The London Eye. As you traverse the cobbled streets and modern thoroughfares, you'll journey through time from London's Roman origins to its contemporary status as a global metropolis. Highlights include the majestic St. Paul's Cathedral, the regal Buckingham Palace, and the serene expanse of St. James Park—each with stories to tell. Learn about the city’s evolution through wars, fires, and its rise as a cultural and political powerhouse. Whether you’re a history buff, a lover of art, or a fan of architectural marvels, this tour caters to all interests. With inputs from London locals and narration by cutting-edge artificial intelligence, let history and contemporary stories come alive as you walk. Download the Tourific app and tour to your mobile device (following instructions sent to you after booking) and access it when offline. Take advantage of an easy-to-follow map to guide you seamlessly from one location to the next. Need to take a break? You can simply pause your tour and resume when you’re ready or split the tour across multiple days. We're confident you'll love our tour! Not satisfied? Write to us and will offer you a full refund. So what are you waiting for? Book our self-guided tour today!

London: Guided Bike Tour of Central London

London: Guided Bike Tour of Central London

♥Love London is a relaxed tour through the West End exploring some of the city’s most theatrical, artistic and culturally significant sights. On the way you'll pass along handsome tree-lined streets and through some of the city's most charming parks. Your journey starts from our cycle hire and tour centre in Lambeth, conveniently located a stone’s throw away from Lambeth North Underground station. and throws you straight into the heart and soul of London’s cultural and artistic scene. You’ll first head to Archbishop's Park, a secluded green area of tranquility that backs onto Lambeth Palace, the home of the Archbishop of Canterbury since the 13th century. Crossing the river, you’ll be transported back in time as you arrive at the courtyard of Westminster Abbey School, which offers a privileged view of Westminster Abbey and some of its hidden quarters. From there it’s a short ride to Horse Guards Parade, an historic sporting ground where Henry VIII once hosted jousting tournaments, followed by a pedal through Hyde Park - once the private hunting ground of Henry’ himself. Up next is Mayfair, an area associated with luxury shops, galleries and gentlemen’s clubs, and one of the most expensive and exclusive neighbourhoods in the entire city. Passing along Carnaby Street - still known today as the centre of 60s Swinging London - it’s then onto Soho, a favourite haunt of the mods and hippies of the same era, and the stomping ground of British bands like The Rolling Stones and The Beatles. As the tour draws to a close, you’ll head to soak in the atmosphere of the cobbled streets of Covent Garden; London’s Theatreland, and a lively area known for its high-quality restaurants and lively street performers. Making your way through an intricate network of alleys and passageways, you’ll make your way south and cross Waterloo Bridge, marvelling at the incredible views it offers of London’s East and West. Back on the southern side of the river, you’ll make your way through the streets and enter a hidden underground tunnel, (sometimes known as Banksy Tunnel) a unique and fascinating passage filled with ever-changing street art. You’ll emerge from the tunnel back into the light of the quaint 1830s red-brick lined streets of Waterloo, where the hustle and bustle of Lower Marsh awaits you; a market street that’s a favourite of filmmakers and full of listed buildings, housing lunchtime cheap eats and hip cafés. From here your guide will navigate you back to our location in Lambeth, where you can refuel and get ready for your next London adventure! Please note the minimum age for open tours is 10 - if you are with children under the age of 10, please check out our private tours.

London: West End Musicals Silent Disco Walking Tour

London: West End Musicals Silent Disco Walking Tour

Experience the city like never before as you sing and dance along to all the greatest show tunes it has to offer. This tour can be a great pre-theatre activity to get you in the mood or a fantastic way to learn and discover new musicals. During the tour, you will visit many of the top theaters in London’s West End, whilst you listen to music tracks selected from each of the musicals you visit via a Silent Disco headset. You will also be able to hear your host, who will provide commentary, fun facts, and anecdotes relating to the theme of the tour along the way. Attendees will be singing, dancing, and having fun throughout the whole experience. Whether you’re a musical fan, a wannabe theatre star, or just want to broaden your knowledge in a fun-packed and hilarious way, everyone is welcome on this thrilling and musical walk around London’s fantastic theatreland.

London: Theaters, Soho, and Chinatown Self Guided Audio Tour

London: Theaters, Soho, and Chinatown Self Guided Audio Tour

Take a walk from Piccadilly Circus and finish at the wonderful and historic Lyceum, on this delightful stroll past famous theatres and some of the most historic night life of London’s west end. On this 60 minute self guided audio tour you will marvel at the impressive architecture, take in delightful food smells as you pass ChinaTown, maybe spot a film star in Leicester Square and then meander your way to the sight of London’s original fruit and vegetable market, Covent Garden, where you can also discover its seedier side…

London Covent Garden: Walking Tour with Audio Guide on App

London Covent Garden: Walking Tour with Audio Guide on App

Explore Covent Garden, Soho and Waterloo on your terms with this self-guided audio tour, accessible on your smartphone! Immerse yourself in the beauty of this historic city at your own pace and in your preferred language. This self-guided audio tour offers you the flexibility to choose your destinations and decide how long you wish to spend at each site. London is a city you cannot get enough of easily, a city full of highlights, where you make wonderful memories. The neighborhoods of Southbank, Waterloo and Covent Garden all have something different to offer in central London. You will walk from the tourist attractions on Southbank to the culinary delights in Covent Garden and as the crowning glory of this audio tour the British Museum. Moreover, during this tour you will also take a look at County Hall, The National Gallery at Trafalgar Square and no... the London Eye is certainly not forgotten! You can also admire it during this walking tour. It is clear that London has something for everyone, but this tour makes it even more obvious. Are you ready to discover your own part of London? We have carefully crafted the most beautiful walking route for you and gathered more than 25 captivating and interesting stories. You'll pass by all the well-known landmarks but will also be surprised by new discoveries and hidden gems. Explore Covent Garden's rich history, embrace its vibrant present, and be delighted by its captivating legends and stories. Whether you're embarking on a solo adventure, enjoying a romantic city stroll with your partner or exploring the city with friends or family, our self-guided audio tour caters to all preferences. Plus, you'll receive a nice discount when you do the tour with companions.

London: Secrets of Freddie Mercury Tour with a Cocktail

London: Secrets of Freddie Mercury Tour with a Cocktail

London is a city of bizarre and curious places and stories. It is the birthplace of the most popular music band in the 70s and 80s – Queen. You will walk down the streets that still remember Freddie Mercury’s footsteps. Start your tour by seeing one of the major concert venues where Queen played several concerts, including the legendary Xmas concerts in 1975 and 1979. Follow your guide to the most popular recording studio, where ‘Who Wants to Live Forever’ and ‘Barcelona’ were recorded. You will also see another popular studio which was used for rehearsals. Shortly after this, you will be taken to the place where Freddie lived with Mary Austin, to whom he dedicated one of his most famous songs, ‘Love of My Life’. Reaching Freddie’s former house you will continue your journey towards the flat which all of the band members shared in the early 70s. Stop by the iconic pub where Freddie met Mary, Brian, and Roger before you walk to the house where Freddie died and which is occupied by Mary Austin and her family. Afterwards you will explore the area which was Freddie's first flat. You will walk through the place which was once a Kensington Market where Freddie was quite often seen selling shoes and art before seeing where Queen recorded all the songs for their first 2 albums. You will visit the Royal Opera House where Freddie used to go, and where he met Montserrat Caballe. Finish your tour by seeing the place of Freddie’s very last performance – in the ‘Time’ musical on 14th April 1988.

Covent Garden to Piccadilly Circus Walking Tour with an App

Covent Garden to Piccadilly Circus Walking Tour with an App

Set foot on an enthralling journey through London's cultural epicenter with the West End Walking Tour. It all begins at the stunning Royal Opera House, a beacon of artistic excellence. Meander through the bustling Jubilee Market, absorb the historic ambiance of St. Paul’s Church, and marvel at iconic theaters like the grand London Coliseum, intimate Arts Theatre, and timeless Saint Martin's Theatre. Dive into the bohemian world of Seven Dials, a crossroad of culture and creativity. Stroll along Shaftesbury Avenue, the spine of London's theaterland, and gaze upon the vibrant colors of Chinatown's unmistakable gate. As you approach the pulsating Leicester Square and the regal Prince of Wales Theatre, the journey reaches its crescendo at the ever-bustling, neon-lit Piccadilly Circus. Dive deep into the heart and soul of London's premier entertainment district.

London: London by Night Guided Walking Tour

London: London by Night Guided Walking Tour

London by Night Tours will take you on a night-time walking tour through London's most charming neighbourhoods, stopping at iconic landmarks and hidden gems alike. Our expert tour guides will share stories about the rich history and culture, and you'll have plenty of opportunities to take photos and soak up the atmosphere. From the magical streets of Covent Garden to the hidden alleyway that inspired the set designers of Harry Potter, there's something for everyone on our tour. You'll see the world-famous Royal Opera House, China Town, Piccadilly Circus, Regent Street, Leicester Square, London Palladium, as well as lesser-known gems like Kingley Court, and the Bridge of Aspiration.

Sights & Bites of Covent Garden

Sights & Bites of Covent Garden

If light-filled squares, and cobbled streets, quiet gardens and delightful boutiques are what you look for in a city, then you will love Covent Garden. This lively district, nestled away in the heart of London, is home to the city’s creatives, from world-class actors and ballet dancers to musicians, fashion designers and street performers. Everyday, the whole area buzzes with excited crowds heading for drinks and light meals before seeing the latest show at the theatre. Share in the wonder of this place with a carefully tailored walking tour, taking you to its most interesting spots and best kept secrets while tasting the most delicious food London has to offer. Engage with Covent Garden’s past as Central London’s food and flower market, when you visit the covered market. Discover miniature boutiques selling a variety of crafts and delicious morsels as well as a temporary market with sellers from far and wide. With your friendly and knowledgeable guide try some artisan, freshly roasted coffee and be spoilt for choice discovering the best macaroons in London. After a gentle walk through the narrow streets of Covent Garden, ignite your senses in a fine cheese establishment selling delicious, world-class, British cheeses. Find out about the most popular varieties and how they are made, then enjoy sampling them and choosing your favourite. From savoury to sweet, your guide will take you past iconic theatres to a mouthwatering chocolate shop to sample some delicious hand-crafted chocolates. End your experience in a traditional and historic pub in Covent Garden to soak in the convivial atmosphere of a locally made cider or beer.

Top Attractions in London

Things to Do in Royal Opera House, London

Cities in England

Other Sightseeing Options in Royal Opera House, London

Want to discover all there is to do in Royal Opera House, London? Click here for a full list.

What people are saying about Royal Opera House, London

Overall rating

4.8
(69 reviews)

The tour was sooooo much fun! 🥳 Our tour guide ✨Sam✨ was just amazing! She was so full of energy and theatre musicals knowledge and oh she's got a great voice on top of that! 🎤 We went on a 2-hour walking & dancing tour 🕺💃👯 around London while singing our little hearts out and learning about the history of the greatest theatres 🎭 in London and the current shows. 💯 I totally recommend this tour and this company, and we will be going on the👩‍🎤💅 Drag Queen Disco Diva Tour with them next wohooo... sashay awayyyy 💃

Our tour guide Ollie was a total blast! This was our favorite day in London!!! We covered all the major sights, would stop to get a brief info about what we were seeing and even stopped for a pint of beer! Ollie played true British rock music from his bike and spectators wished they were us as we were having so much fun! If we could give more than five stars we would give 50!!!

Pros: covered a lot of landmarks and had some interesting titbits about them, i entered some sights which I wanted and then got back to the tour Cons: it was too long for me personally to complete (I skipped a few stops)

The effort that Valery made to understand her since the excursion was in English and we are Spanish. The price for what is shown on the tour seems excessive to me

Very good, informative and entertaining. The snacks were also very tasty! Highly recommended!