Youth and Family, Museums / Culture, First Time Visitor
Kid Friendly: Yes. The tour can be adapted for children with interesting anecdotes and choosing fascinating objects more suited to kids
Most black cabs can take wheelchairs and most London museums are adapted to people in wheelchairs.
Maximum travelers: 10
Spanish (advanced), Japanese (advanced), French (fluent), Dutch (fluent), English (fluent)
Visit of the British Museum and/or the National Gallery
Choose a tour of the highlights of the British Museum or the highlights of European paintings in the National Gallery, or a shortened version of both in half a day.
In the British Museum you can see world famous antiquities, from the Rosetta Stone and Egyptian mummies, Assyrian reliefs, the Greek Parthenon friezes, object from Roman Britain and a lot more.
In the National Gallery, I offer a fascinating tour of priceless paintings from Europe including England from the 13 Century up to the Impressionists.
Your guide will collect you at your hotel, or if easier at the main entrance to the National Gallery or the British Museum, depending on your choice of museum.
Your knowledgeable guide will give you an overview of the museum and do a guided tour of the highlights (must see) art works and historic objects on display.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: At your hotel, or possibly at the main entrance to the museum.
End location: At your hotel, or at the museum if you intend to do your own program after the guided tour.
Duration: 4 hours
This is a walking tour.
We'll make use of public transit (extra cost) if needed.
- My time and service as your private guide
- A guided tour of the highlights of the National Gallery
- A guided tour of the highlights of the British Museum
- A shortened version of the highlights of both museums in a morning or afternoon
Estimated Local Cash Needed
7 Sterling - For your local transport by bus, underground or taxi from your hotel to the museums.
- Transport costs from your hotel to the museum(s) by taxi (£10) or by public transport (maximum £7) depending on where your hotel is situated. Entree to the museums is free of charge.
- Any food or drink
- Any personal purchases or expenses
I am not a driver guide but can organise a chauffeured car to take us around at leisure.
Alternatively we can visit places by public transport, on foot or by black cab taxi.