London Pub Tour




1pm, Friday-Sunday


two hours




Please contact venue


London Pub Tour

Chancery Lane Underground Station


It’s no secret that Londoners revel in a trip to the pub. It’s a long and passionate love affair that dates back hundreds of years making old London pubs an intriguing place to learn of the city's history and the colourful characters that visited them.

On this two-hour guided tour of London’s oldest pubs, you’ll spend the afternoon soaking up the splendour of modern-day London and its famous landmarks whilst uncovering many historic hidden gems.

See the place where famous Welsh poet Dylan Thomas drunkenly misplaced his manuscripts, learn how the Victorians satisfied their gin cravings, and wander secret alleyways where one of England’s most notorious writers faced a deadly duel.

Once you’re done exploring ale houses where iconic Londoners would spend their time, you'll end the tour with a refreshing half pint at one of Charles Dickens’ favourite pubs.

How long is the tour?

The London pub tour lasts approximately two hours.

What is included in the tour?

This tour of London’s pubs is led by an experienced local guide and includes a half pint of beer.

Transport to and from the tour meeting point and optional gratuities are not included.

How do I buy tickets?

Book your spot on the London Pub Tour now.

Please note, all guests on this tour must be aged 18 and above and are required to provide valid photo ID on the day.

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Prices and opening times

Adult (18+ with valid ID) £25.00 per ticket

Opening Times

The tour is available Friday to Sunday at 1pm.

The tour departs from Chancery Lane Underground Station on corner of Grays Inn Road. (Chauncery Lane, High Holborn, London WC1V 6DR).

Please arrive at least 15 minutes early at your meeting point as the tour will leave promptly.