In our latest walking tour in London, our guide will take you to the otherwise unseen corners of this dynamic borough. Hear about Brixton’s hidden river, see it’s windmill and the Brixton Prison, former home to more than a few famous people. Learn about Brixton’s more sobering parallel history, including the riots of the 1980s that were fuelled by unemployment and institutional racism. This vibrant and multicultural area has come a long way and even has it’s own currency, the Brixton Pound or B£, which is at the heart of its ethos as one of the few transition towns in the UK. Interested? Then join us on this fascinating tour of one of London’s most infamous areas!
At the end of each tour, your guide will point you to a historical local pub or cosy cafe where you can continue to enjoy London… why not ask the guide to join you?
The Brixton tour happens on Friday at 7pm (Please note Friday evenings are bookings only) and Saturday and Sunday at 3pm. The meeting point is directly across the road from Brixton Underground station between Morleys Department Store and The Body Shop. Please look out for a cardboard sign.
Tickets are £7 concessions or £10. Click here to book online…or be spontaneous and just turn up at the meeting point on Saturday and Sunday!
And remember that we also do flexible bookings for groups of five people or more at any other time Monday – Friday, perfect for team-building awaydays, school outings or just a group of friends looking for an unusual, fun day out! Email email@example.com or call 07514 266 774/5 to reserve.
We also provide two free places per tour for people who are unable to pay and/or are accompanying someone as a carer. Please call the number above to arrange, and feel free to give us a ring if you have any questions about the tours or trouble finding us.