For first time visitors there are the must sees such as Westminster Abbey and the Tower of London and I guide these sites but I can also to take a little detour to see less famous places which are just around the corner so that my guests really feel they have experienced London with a local
If you already know the main sites, how about taking a trip to discover a new area, one of London’s villages? Or perhaps you would like a mix & match morning tour combining a walk and a museum visit, for example the C19th artistic quarter of Chelsea and a visit of the Tate Britain art gallery? The advantage in booking a tour with a Blue Badge Tourist Guide is that we have a wealth of knowledge which means we can tailor the day to suit you and your interests.
Outside London The day-trips from London my qualification includes are Bath, Stonehenge, Salisbury, Winchester, Windsor, Oxford, Stratford-Upon-Avon, Canterbury and Dover Castle.
Museums and Galleries Our training also includes London’s museums. The ones I especially enjoy showing to visitors are the British Museum, the Victoria & Albert and art galleries such as the National Gallery and National Portrait Gallery, Courtauld, Tate Britain, Leighton House and the Wallace Collection.