The Crown Tour of London

Have you binged The Crown-like everyone else during the lockdown, Learn how the hit show was created and get a real insight into the lives of the Royals with plenty of stories about the ‘real’ royal family on the Crown walking tour in London!

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See over 10 filming locations from the hit show on The Crown tour in London!

Starting at Temple tube station and finishing outside Buckingham Palace, the tour will take you through areas of London including Middle Temple, The Strand, Trafalgar Square, The Mall, St James and of course the Jewel in the Crown of royal London locations – Buckingham Palace. On the way, you will learn about how the series was made, and how “The Crown” has captured the hearts of so many people including, if rumours are to be believed, the Queen herself.

  • Duration; 2 hours
  • Price; 1-10 people: £145 per group 11-20 people: £165 per group 21-30 people: £185 per group
  • Over 10 filming locations from the hit show
  • Tour is private
  • Tour includes professional guide

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