Bloomsbury & British Museum

Bloomsbury & British Museum

    Bloomsbury & British Museum

    In just 4 hours, explore the city like a real Londoner with an expert tour guide by your side.

    See the highlights of the British Museum, including the Elgin Marbles, the mummies of ancient Egypt, the Rosetta Stone, the key to the mysterious hieroglyphs, Anglo-Saxon treasures and also Greek and Roman artefacts. Your guide can tailor a tour of the museum that will focus on your interests.

    Stroll through the ‘literary hub’ of Bloomsbury and home to famous writers. Including the home of Lytton Strachey, John Maynard Keynes and Virginia Woolfe. Stop by the Charles Dickens Museum.

    A half day starts at 9.00 am, or 1.30 pm.

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    Boats, buses, taxi and tubes…and your own two feet! Explore the city like a real Londoner with an expert tour guide by your side.

    Your guide will meet you in the lobby of your hotel at 9.00 am (or 1.30 pm) and conduct the tour using different modes of transport.

    The British Museum was completed in 1852, the Great Court being the most famous part of the museum purely because of its spectacular glass and steel roof. The collection is worldwide in origin and relates to places and people from the past two million years. The different cultures that can be found within the Museum range from the Aztecs and Native North America to Ancient Egypt, Imperial China, Anglo-Saxon and Renaissance Europe - the list is simply endless! Your guide can tailor a tour of the British museum that will focus on your interests.

    The highlights tour can include; The Elgin Marbles, the mummies of ancient Egypt, the Rosetta Stone, the key to the mysterious hieroglyphs, Anglo-Saxon treasure and Greece and Roman artefacts.Your guide can tailor a tour of the museum that will focus on your interests.

    Explore the garden squares of Bloomsbury. The area is most famous for being home and meeting grounds to the great writers, artists, and intellectuals of the 1920s and 1930s known as the Bloomsbury group, but it’s had a long history of literary ties.

    There’s Gordon Square, where we find the homes of Lytton Strachey, John Maynard Keynes, and Virginia Woolf. Russell Square is where T.S. Eliot once worked, at Faber & Faber and nearby is the former home of Mary Shelley, the creator of Frankenstein!

    Wander through ancient legal sanctuaries, Lincoln’s Inn and Grays Inn, and discover hidden squares, gardens and a Charles Dickens Museum.

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    Since 2002, we have created British travel experiences for individuals, families, groups and corporations. Driver-Guided Tours, Chauffeur-Driven Transfers and Behind-the-Scenes Tours, Unique Accommodation, Customised Group Programmes and VIP Experiences, Premium Tickets to Theatres, Sporting and Cultural Events

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