Tower Bridge on the City of London tour
The most recognisable of the bridges over the River Thames in central London, Tower Bridge is not as old as it looks but holds a special place in the hearts of Londoners.
Explore it on Steve's City of London tour » Creative Commons photo by Tanya Hart | Map © OpenStreetMap
Olympic Sites
The site of London's hugely successful 2012 Olympic Games is being turned into the city's first new park in 150 years.
Explore it on Steve's Olympic Sites tour » Creative Commons photo by EG Focus | Map © OpenStreetMap
Jack the Ripper, Whitechapel
Jack the Ripper may have stalked and murdered his victims here, but there's a lot more to the East End than blood and gore.
Explore it on Steve's Docklands and London's East End tour » Creative Commons photo by Maarten Van Damme | Map © OpenStreetMap
Buckingham Palace on the Parliament & Palaces tour
The principle London residence of the royal family since Queen Victoria came to the throne in 1837, Buckingham Palace is open to the public for two months in summer.
Explore it on Steve's Parliament & Palaces tour » Creative Commons photo by Daniel Herrick LBIPP | Map © OpenStreetMap
Sunset on the Thames - Riverside London tour
Not an especially long or mighty river, 'Father Thames’ nonetheless has played a pivotal role in London's long history.
Explore it on Steve's Riverside London tour » Creative Commons photo by Nevalenx | Map © OpenStreetMap
The British Museum on the Parks & Museums tour
Mummies, the Elgin Marbles and the Rosetta Stone are just some of the thousands of treasures awaiting you at what is the world's richest museum.
Explore it on Steve's Parks & Museums tour » Creative Commons photo by Joshua Brown | Map © OpenStreetMap
Custom Tours: London and further afield
In addition to his comprehensive themed tours of London, Steve is always happy to provide tailored itineraries for groups large and small. An intimate tour of Windsor Castle, a walk through Epping Forest, a visit to Avebury and Bath -- whatever your interests, Steve can help show you the way » Photo credits | Map © OpenStreetMap