Meet your private, fully-licensed Blue Badge guide at 10AM in front of the Queen’s Gallery, and let them tell you all about England’s Royal Family.
Although this is a private tour, starting at the right time is of the essence. The first stop of the tour will be Buckingham Palace, where you will see the world famous changing of the guards (only on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays). Your guide will tell you all about the Royal Family and the history of the Windsors.
If you have enough time and if you are fast walkers, you might even be able to catch the changing of the Royal Mounted Guards…
After a delightful walk through St. James’s Park, you will be able to take a peek at the famous Downing Street (where the Prime Minister lives).
The tour ends inside one of the most iconic monuments of London: Westminster Abbey. Not only will your guide mention the wedding of Duchess Kate and Prince William (along with so many other past Kings and Queens of England), but you will also learn about the many historial figures who are buried in this magnificent abbey.
Each child will get a game booklet to keep them engaged throughout the tour. The Kings and Queens of England will hold no more secrets for you and your family at the end of this family-friendly tour.
WARNING: The abbey can close without prior notice if needed by the state.
This tour is available in the following languages : English, French, Spanish, Italian, German and Portuguese
Meeting Point: in front of the Queen’s Gallery
Finish: in front of Westminster Abbey
– “Our Family Twist guide was incredible. My husband and I travelled to London with 2 ten year old granddaughters. We spent 3 mornings with our guide. We did the Tower of London tour, the Westminster to Buckingham tour, and the Kensington Palace tour. They were all fantastic. The guide kept the girls engaged and taught them more than I would have thought possible. The girls adored her. So did we. The workbooks that the children receive make the experience even more meaningful for them. To see 2 ten year olds discussing the Stuart Kings at dinner is priceless.” – Sarah