Historic London Pub Tour For Two
Discover the history of London's most acclaimed historical pubs.
Starting from St Paul's Underground Station this unique experience gift makes an ideal present for beer, history and literary lovers alike.
Follow in the footsteps of famous Londoners including Charles Dickens, William Shakespeare and Samuel Johnson as you trace a path across London stopping off at famous pubs of historical interest.
Tour groups run daily and typically last 3 hours in total. All the pubs are within easy walking distance and with an average of 8 people per tour, you will have plenty of opportunity to ask questions of your informative and friendly tour guides.
Famous pubs showcased in the tour often include:
Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese - A Grade II Listed pub that appears in A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens and retains it's original character from 1665.
The Old Bank Of England - An ornate pub, formerly home to The Bank of England that is based within the Royal Courts of Justice.
The Blackfriar - A Grade II Listed pub that mirrors the style of New York's flat iron building and is famous for it's original Art Noveau interiors.
The Viaduct Tavern - A Victorian pub, former gin palace and one-time jail that is said to be one of London's most haunted public houses.
Ye Old Cock Tavern - A 16th century pub, based in historic Fleet Street that was famously frequented by Pepys, Dickens and Dr Johnson.
For more information about this historical London Pub Walking Tour please read below for further information.
Order by 19th December for Christmas delivery.
- Guided tour of iconic sites
- Visit a minimum of four historic pubs ranging from old coaching inns, art nouveau classics or Victorian gin palaces
- A selection of quirky history along the ways
- Experience gift pack including personalised voucher and message card
- Cancellation indemnity
- 6 month validity from date of purchase
What happens on the day:
You will meet your tour guide at St Paul's underground station and set off at 14.00 to visit some drinking establishments that were favoured by the likes of Dickens and Shakespeare. You will stop off at a minimum of four historic pubs where you can purchase drinks if you wish.
The tour will end at 17.00 near Covent Garden where you can go your own way and head deeper into London or grab a bite to eat in one of London’s most haunted pubs.
London - St Paul's