Discover London’s oldest drinking establishments as you explore the winding streets and back alleys of the historic city centre. Visit where Dylan Thomas drunkenly misplaced his manuscripts, learn how Victorians fed their gin cravings and stand in the secret alleyways where one of England’s most notorious poets faced a duel. Learn about London’s seedy drink-obsessed past, whilst taking in the splendour of modern day London and sensing the ghosts of yesteryear at some of the city’s top landmarks.
This tour promises drama, intrigue and a good glug of history, before you relax in one of Charles Dickens’ regular watering holes with the world’s favourite drink.*
*Half a pint is included at the end of the tour
Tour meeting point – Chancery Lane Underground Station on corner of Grays Inn Road.
|Tour times - weekly|
|Friday - Sunday||1pm - 3pm|
|Meet outside Chancery Lane Tube Station, corner of Grays Inn Road||(See venue on map)|