Historical Pub Tour With Scottish Twist

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  • Group Tour
  • E-Ticket
  • 3.5 hr

London has some amazing historical pubs just waiting to be discovered. I should know as I've drank in most of them, although I like to think of it more as research! The experience is best for guests that want to enjoy a couple of beers, visit some great old London pubs and learn some fun history. I'm more Scottish beer drinker than historian! ​In a unique twist to this London tour we will stop at several locations with a Scottish connection. At the William Wallace memorial in Smithfield discover if he did really shout 'Freeeeedom!' (spoiler alert: he didn't!). Close to the last pub learn about Scotland's national poet Rabbie Burns as we visit his statue in Embankment Gardens. ​As a group of Scottish people enter a pub the first thing you will hear is ‘Whose round is it?’. We just love getting a round in. ​However don't worry as on this tour I will get all the rounds in! A drink in each pub is included in the price of the experience.  Slainte (Cheers!)

Itinerary Details

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Stop At: WIlliam Wallace Memorial

Stop at the Wallace memorial in Smithfield to hear of tales from the past and discover if he did really shout 'Freeedom'! like in the movie Braveheart. Spoiler alert, he didn't!

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Fleet Street

Enjoy a beer in some fine historical London pubs

Duration: 40 minutes

Stop At:

Stop at Burns monument and hear about Scotland's national poet.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Charing Cross Underground Station

Finish the tour with a final beer in a lovely pub hidden from most tourists yet in great central location. Close to Charing Cross & Embankment underground stations.

Duration: 20 minutes
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