from/per person Rs 350
  • 1 hour


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Pass By: Fitzroy Square, Fitzrovia, London England

The buildings around Fitzroy Square were designed by Robert Adam, the famous Scottish architect. It's one of London's most attractive squares, with a Key Garden in the centre. This is accessible to people living on the square, who have the right to hold a key.

Pass By: Bedford Square, Montague Pl, London England

Bedford Square is one of the earliest and best preserved London Squares. It was developed by Thomas Leverton in 1775 for the Duke of Bedford who owned all the land around Bloomsbury. The freehold still belongs to the Bedford Estate.

Pass By: The British Museum, Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3DG England

The British Museum was founded in the 18th century, but the present building dates from the 1840s and later. Robert Smirke designed the main building, including the famous 'Reading Room' where Karl Marx wrote 'Das Kapital'.

Pass By: Russell Square, London WC1B 5EH England

Russell Square is one of London's largest squares. The original buildings surrounding it were constructed in the early 1800s, in the Georgian classical style. The architect was James Burton, who employed the famous landscape gardener, Humphrey Repton, to design the gardens.

Pass By: Tavistock Square, London England

Tavistock Square was developed at the same time as Gordon Square. There's a statue in the middle of the square. This is of Mahatma Gandhi, who studied in London University.

Pass By: Woburn Walk, London WC1H 0JL England

Woburn Walk was designed by architect Thomas Cubitt in 1822 as a pedestrian street. It was in fact London’s first purpose-built pedestrianized shopping street. Much of the architecture has been preserved, including the Dickensian bow-fronted buildings.


Lifetime access to Bohemian Bloomsbury: Literary London tour, VoiceMap Application, Offline access to audio, maps, and geodata


Smartphone, Transportation, Food/Drink

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Confirmation will be received at time of booking, Wheelchair accessible, Stroller accessible, Service animals allowed, Near public transportation, Infants must sit on laps, Surfaces are wheelchair accessible, Most travelers can participate, This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate


Location : London, United Kingdom
City : London
Country : United Kingdom
Departure Point : Warren Street Station, Bloomsbury, London NW1 3AA, UK

Return Details : Woburn Walk, Kings Cross, London WC1H, UK

Voucher Requirements : You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.
Voucher Option : VOUCHER_E
Duration : 1 hour

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