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Fancy taking a walk through one of London’s most beautiful areas while also discovering the murky truths behind London as we know it today? Then join us on this walk which will offer you great views of London and a look into the history of criminality in the world’s most Wonderful city. Was the Demon Barber of Fleet Street Real? Who was Dr. Cream? Where did the infamous Highwaymen meet their grizzly ends? Gunpowder What? Crime and Punishment? Find answers to these questions and more on this two and a half hour walk that will also offer you the opportunity to take fantastic photo’s of some of London’s most iconic sights. It would be a crime to miss this tour 😉
FREE / child (under 12 – no need to book)
£8 / teen (between 13 and 17)
£12 / adult (between 18 and 64)
£10 / senior (over 65)
Duration: 2 — 2,5 hours.
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Meeting point: Waterloo Station, outside Costa Coffee, opposite platform 11 — SE1 7LY
Route: Graffiti Tunnels, Southbank Centre, Waterloo Bridge, Somerset House, Strand, Fleet Street, Temple of London
Fleet Street/ Ludgate Hill, St. Paul's Cathedral.
FInishing location: Smithfield Market.
Appointment: 15 minutes prior to the starting time.
Recommended for 13+ children.
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