Half Day Tours

Here is an example of a popular half day itinerary, a morning tour around Royal Westminster:

Royal Westminster Morning






09.00: Meet at the West Front of Westminster Abbey. Introduction to Westminster and the Abbey.
09.30: Enter Westminster Abbey for a 1 hour tour, with a focus on Royalty.
10.30: Leave the Abbey and walk through St James's Park for the Changing of the Guard.
11.13: Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace
11.30: Walking tour of Royal Whitehall, taking in the Houses of Parliament, 10 Downing Street with an optional visit to the Banqueting House, the only remaining part of the Old Whitehall Palace.
13.00: End at Trafalgar Square with suggestions for lunch.   

We could spend a half day looking in depth at one site, or we could visit a couple of different sites. 
Below are some other examples of popular half day itineraries, but if you would like something different then please let me know and we can work together to create your perfect half day tour. 

 Castles and Cathedrals
  • Tower of London
  • Walking tour of the City of London
  • St Paul's Cathedral
 Secret London
  • Walking Tour of places off the tourist trail, including visits inside some of the less well known churches
  • Tour of the John Soane Museum or Leighton House
 Culture Attack
  • A Combination of two Art Galleries or Museums (such as the British Museum and John Soane Museum; or the National Gallery and National Portrait Gallery)
 Tate to Tate
  • Tour of Tate Britain
  • Tate to Tate Boat to Tate Modern
  • Tate Modern Tour
 From the City to Westminster
  • Tour of the Tower of London
  • River boat to Westminster
  • Tour of Westminster Abbey

 From Street Stalls to a Palace of Art
  • Walking tour and shop at the famous Portobello Road Market
  • Tour of Leighton House, a beautiful, Victorian studio-home.
 Military London
  • Apsley House or the Churchill War Rooms
  • Blitz Walking Tour
 British Art and Design
  • a visit to the V&A's British Galleries
  • Tate Britain to look at the History of British Art
 Artists' Covent Garden
  • A walking tour exploring artists' haunts in Covent Garden
  • A visit to the National Gallery or National Portrait Gallery to see the paintings by the Covent Garden artists.