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Changing of the Guard Guided Walking Tour in London

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Changing of the Guard Guided Walking Tour in London
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Overview
Learn about London’s royal history on this walking tour and get a chance to march alongside the Queen’s Guard. This tour is designed for visitors looking for a unique experience and photo opportunity who want to learn more about the monarchy and their significance. Go beyond the normal sights on this interactive tour.
What to Expect

Meet your guide at Piccadilly Circus at an agreed time and start with a short overview of the morning’s events. Then walk down Lower Regent Street towards Waterloo Place where you stop to hear some geography and history about the area.

Continue along the Mall, stopping at different landmarks, and then walk to St. James Palace, where the old Guard arrives for their inspection.

Next, you march in step with the Queen’s Guard, and then your guide leads you to Wellington Barracks, before finishing the tour with a view of Buckingham Palace.

Please note: you will need to keep apace with the Guard and climb two flights of stairs; so will need relative fitness to take the tour.

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Reviewed 2 days ago
Great Fun - The Only Way to See Changing of the Guard

I highly recommend Fun London Tours to see the Changing of the Guard while in London! Matt, our tour guide, positioned us in all the right places to get an unobstructed view of the guards while sharing historical facts and funny anecdotes about being British...More

Thank 1112Tami
Reviewed 3 days ago
Brilliant way to see Changing of the Guard

BRILLIANT morning. The sun was shining and we have clear blue skies. We had a great time seeing the changing of the guard. Rather than being crammed by Buckingham Palace and not knowing what was really going on and not being able to see, this...More

Thank bethand34
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile
Great tour guide - Tom!

Tom was a great tour guide. Very informative and passionate. Would highly recommend this tour. My wife and I truly enjoy it!

Thank Dino T
Reviewed 3 days ago
Fantastic COTG tour

Booking was quick and easy. Met at the statue of Eros in Piccadilly Circus as planned - 9:40am. Danielle our guide was fantastic - funny, informative, engaging. Remembered loads of British history that i once knew, and learnt loads more that i didn't. Dani made...More

Thank Steve D
Reviewed 4 days ago
amazing experience with gavin our exciting enthusiastic guide

This trip is highly recommended We have previously seen the changing of the guards crushed and squashed behind hordes of people but this trip was awesome !! We saw everything front row with a fun guide . Kids of all ages !!

Thank _rozannep500
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学林z
13 August 2018|
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Response from Cheryl L | Reviewed this property |
We were on the tour in February, and the coldest that London had been, snow and wind....the tour was not cancelled.
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Angela M
5 June 2018|
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Response from ladyl81 | Reviewed this property |
The weekday morning tour runs from 9:40am until 11:15am, finishing at Buckingham Palace. It’s close to the St James underground station to make your own way after the tour.
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3 June 2018|
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Response from HkyLvr | Reviewed this property |
Our group was fairly large, but they ended up bringing an extra guide so that we could split up into two. They seem to like it to be about 20 or so. That way we can move around and not lose track of the guide or him of... More
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