The Westminster Tour

See many of London’s historic and prestigious landmarks

Westminster tour

  • Tours run everyday at 10am sharp
  • From Nelsons Column at Trafalgar Square
  • Adults – £10pp| Children £6:00pp |Family Ticket 2 Adults and 2 Children (up-to 12 years old) £30
  • Phone: +4477 9508 0615
  • Private tours available


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Our worlds famous Westminster tour takes you past London’s most important seats of Royal and Political power. The ultimate welcome to London experience.  On this tour you will see many of London’s historic and prestigious landmarks, some dating back over a 1000 years.

This award winning tour takes you first class.

“Visit the Churchill War Rooms, deep beneath the HM Treasury buildings, was the secret underground command and control centre used by the British government during the Second World War”

Big Big and the Palace of Westminster

Edward the Confessor, the Saxon Monarch, built the first Palace of Westminster on this site in 1050. This World Heritage site has been in continuous use since the 11th century, as a royal palace and now as the centre of British Government. Big Ben, a top tourist attraction.

10 Downing Street

10 Downing Street is home and official office to the British Prime Minister. Headquarters to Her Majesty’s Government it is a meeting place for the Cabinet and a venue for state events and visiting Heads of foreign Governments.

Westminster Abbey

Westminster Abbey, one of the most important Gothic buildings in the country, has been the coronation church since 1066 and is the final resting place of seventeen monarchs. Benedictine monks first came to this site in the tenth century, establishing a tradition of daily worship which continues today. At its centre is the medieval shrine of an Anglo-Saxon saint.

The Queens Guards and Household Cavalry

Horse Guards, built in 1753, is the formal entrance to St. James’s Palace via St James’s Park and headquarters to the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment. Watch the changing of the guard, relieved every hour daily from 10 am to 4 pm. Only the Monarch is allowed to drive through its central archway, but tourists can walk through into the exercise ground of Horse Guards Parade.


Departure point

THE STATUE OF WINSTON CHURCHILL IN PARLIAMENT SQUARE (JUST ACROSS THE ROAD FROM WESTMINSTER UNDERGROUND STATION)

Departure time

11:00am sharp every day

Duration

105 minutes (approx.)

Price

Adults – £10pp| Children £6:00pp |Family Ticket 2 Adults and 2 Children (up-to 12 years old) £30

Return details

The Tour finishes just outside the Ten Bells Pub which is opposite Spitalfields market.

Vouchers

You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.

Additional info

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • A moderate amount of walking is involved
  • Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately

Booking a private Westminster Tour

Do you want your very own private tour? We are the number 1 tour company for private tours. Catered to suit your group/party, anywhere, anytime!

Why choose a private tour?

With a private tour you will have your very own designated guide:

  • We can meet you at the starting location of your choice (within a reasonable radius of your desired tour area).
  • Take you on a personalised, individual tour.
  • Finish the tour according to YOUR schedule and walk your group to a nearby pub, restaurant, or Tube station.
  • A unique experience to share with friends, family or colleagues!
  • We have great discount offers with most pubs/restaurants in the famous Brick lane.

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