East End (Street Art) Guided Walking Tour - Semi-Private
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- East End (Street Art) Guided Walking Tour – Semi-Private
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From the origins of Cockney rhyming slang to the hipsters of Shoreditch via the curry houses of Brick Lane, this neighborhood illustrates the vast melting-pot that is London. Join our small group tour as we explore it together on a 2.5 hour walking tour, limited to no more than 10 guests.
Notorious as the hunting ground of 19th century serial killer Jack the Ripper, it’s now home to London’s best street art including Shepard Fairey and Banksy. The East End is alive with contradictions and colorful characters, and we’ll introduce you to our favorite spots along the way, including the shops and flavors of Spitalfields Market. We’ll explore the streets and neighborhoods that will leave you wanting to stick around and mingle at the coffee shops with the hipsters all afternoon.
Highlights Generally Include:
Meeting Point: the Kinder Transport Memeorial Hope Square, right by Liverpool Street Station.
Starting Time Options: 10am or 2pm
Includes: Tour Guide, a brief restroom/ snack break
18 years of age or older
Between 10 - 17 years of age
Between 0 - 9 years of age
- This tour was fantastic! After having started with the wrong tour our guide Becky patiently waited for us. She was a font of knowledge and her passion for her subject really shone through. A fantastic informative tour highly recommended