If you’re more likely to exclaim “Bah, Humbug!” than “Merry Christmas” then this one is for you. Flinching at the mere thought of Christmas could soon be a thing of the past; you too could soon be revelling in festive splendour and tucking into a Christmas feast with gusto. Much like your Scrooge counterpart, here at East End Tours we have come to show you the past, present and the future in the form of the best London walking tours around, in a bid to start your transformation.
Learn from the Past
We’ve all made some questionable choices in the past, but none more so than the notorious Kray twins Ronnie and Reggie, the cold-blooded killer shrouded in mystery “Jack the Ripper” and even the homicidal barber Sweeney Todd holds a legacy built on bad choices. Learn all about their crimes and killer lifestyles on our walking tours, and reflect on these bad decisions, instead of letting them weigh you down; move on and enjoy the present.
Change the Present
Changing your ways from Scrooge to Saint Nick isn’t going to happen overnight but you can certainly give it a go. Enjoy the present; you are surrounded by incredible innovation and creativity wherever you go. Our Street Art London tour demonstrates the talent and skills that surround us every day but often go unnoticed.
The last part of your festive transformation is to recognise the change and share it with those around you. What better way to banish your Christmas blues than to share the experiences that got you there. All of our walking tours of London happen regularly and all at the bargain price of £10 per person. Based in the heart of the East End, quit being a miser and book yourself and your friends or family in for an experience you won’t forget.
If you do one thing outside of your comfort zone this festive period, then make it one of the best walking tours in London. We bring you the darker side of London, with the best technology, actors and guides around. We have been voted Number 1 tour operator on Trip Advisor, so you’re guaranteed to have a great time bidding farewell to Ebenezer.