London in 3 Days Tour Package
- We’ll spend 8 hours together, unpacking the major highlights of this British capital
- Sites will include: Westminster Abbey, the Changing of the Guard, St James Park, Buckingham Palace, the Thames, Borough Market, and the grand finale: the Tower of London
- Lunch at Borough Market, cost of lunch is not included
- We will end our day with a solid foundation of London, ready for day 2 in this intriguing British capital
- We will begin with a 3-hour historical walking tour near the Square Mile, surrounded by signs of London’s medieval, Roman, and Norman past. We will visit sites the average tourist does not discover, in the company of a historian or expert.
- We’ll break for an independent lunch and in the afternoon we will discover a museum of our choice. Would you prefer the Churchill War Rooms or the British Museum? Please specify at checkout. In either museum location, you will meet an expert guide for an in-depth 3-hour tour.
Please specify which excursion option you would like in your client notes:
- A - Hampton Court Excursion - discuss Henry VIII and the Tudors with a visit to this opulent palace and grounds
- B - Oxford Excursion - admire its architectural tradition and discuss its place as a beacon of education
- C - Cambridge Excursion - explore its history, architecture, world-famous art and visit traditional university colleges
About our London 3-Day Tour Package
I'd like to do this package on non-consecutive days (a few days apart). Is this possible?
Lawrence travelled and excavated extensively in Israel, Jordan and Egypt before attending the University of Durham where he studied archaeology. He specialised in ancient human remains during his Masters' at Liverpool University Medical School, followed by a year of travel and excavation in the UK and Africa. He won a scholarship to attend University College London, where he wrote his Doctorate on ancient populations of the Western Mediterranean basin and the Canary Islands. He currently lectures at Birkbeck College, University of London. He carries out research at London's Natural History Museum and spends several months each year working on a major archaeological project in Peru. He is also connected with excavations in Egypt, Bolivia, California, Sierra Leone, Ghana, and Spain, where he works with a forensic unit recovering the fallen from the 1936-1939 Spanish Civil War. In addition to his research, he has interests in the classical world, ancient Assyria, geology, palaeontology, twentieth century art history and the history of London.
Born in London, Ruth has also lived in Israel for many years. She trained at the Rubin Academy of Music and Dance in Jerusalem, where she studied Voice and Piano and received a degree in performance in both instruments. She is a qualified music teacher and for many years taught music to children and adults of all ages. Returning to London in 2000, Ruth undertook a number of intensive courses learning about the history of this great city which she loves. She has recently earned an MA in Art History and enrolled in a Ph.D. program. Ruth also has a particular interest in Jewish London and a keen interest in the artistic and musical history of London.
Clare has lived and worked in London for over 25 years. After graduating with a Degree in Geography and a Masters Degree in Environmental Planning from Nottingham University, she worked as a town planner and urban designer in one of the most dynamic, diverse and probably most challenging cities on earth - London! Employed in both the public and the private sector, she specialised in regeneration policy guidance and the conservation and renewal of protected buildings and historic areas in several of London’s Boroughs. Before starting a family in the 1990’s, she travelled extensively throughout Africa and Madagascar, working as a volunteer on several self-help community projects. She has spent two years training to guide around London and now has the pleasure of telling London’s fascinating planning and architectural story to visitors, bringing her own personal insight into many of the city’s landmarks!