Statue of Winston ChurchillBig BenPalace of Whitehallequestrian statue of Charles ICharing CrossNelson's ColumnNational GalleryNational Portrait GalleryBurlington HouseRoyal Academy of ArtsHyde ParkBuckingham PalaceVictoria MemorialSt James's PalaceChapel RoyalSt. James's ParkWestminster CathedralTate BritainTateWestminster Abbey
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Chronicles & Crown Jewels: A Historic Exploration of London

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An audio guided tour by Charles the Historian, The Tourist

Welcome to London! On this GPS guided audio tour, we will visit 20 stops on a route of 12.15km. This tour focusses mainly on general tourism.

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Tour Sights 📸

Statue of Winston Churchill
Statue The statue of Winston Churchill is a bronze sculpture of the former British prime minister, created by Ivor Roberts-Jones, standing 12 feet tall and made of bronze.
Statue of Winston Churchill
Big Ben
Sight A national symbol, Big Ben is the clock tower of the Palace of Westminster in London, weighing 13.5 long tons and featuring four quarter bells that chime on the quarter hours.
Big Ben
Palace of Whitehall
Sight The Palace of Whitehall was once the largest and most complex palace in Europe, with over 1,500 rooms, before most of its structures were destroyed by fire in 1698.
Palace of Whitehall
equestrian statue of Charles I
Statue A bronze equestrian statue of Charles I, cast in 1633, depicting the king on horseback without a helmet, holding a baton and reins.
equestrian statue of Charles I
Charing Cross
Monument A monument commemorating Queen Eleanor, this ornate Victorian Gothic cross rises 70 feet with an octagonal plan, surmounted by a spire and cross, and bears the arms of England, Castile, Leon, and Ponthieu.
Charing Cross
Nelson's Column
Sight A Corinthian column built from Dartmoor granite, commemorating Vice-Admiral Horatio Nelson's victory at the Battle of Trafalgar, with a statue of Nelson carved from Craigleith sandstone and bronze reliefs depicting four significant battles.
Nelson's Column
National Gallery
Sight A national museum showcasing Western European art from the 13th to the 20th centuries, featuring over 2,300 paintings, including works by artists such as Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, and Vincent van Gogh.
National Gallery
National Portrait Gallery
Art Museum A museum showcasing a collection of portraits of historically important and famous British people, featuring paintings, drawings, sculpture, and photographs, selected based on the significance of the sitter, not the artist.
National Portrait Gallery
Burlington House
Sight A historic Neo-Palladian mansion, Burlington House was originally built in 1664 and later modified to reflect the Palladian style in the 18th century, now occupied by the Royal Academy and five learned societies.
Burlington House
Royal Academy of Arts
Sight A independent museum based in London, founded in 1768, promoting the creation, enjoyment, and appreciation of visual arts through exhibitions, education, and debate.
Royal Academy of Arts

About this Tour ℹ

Stops
20
Walking time
151 min
Average Rating
-
Language
en-GB
Distance
12.15km

Audio preview 🔊

Listen to a snippet of the audio for the sight St James's Palace to get a feel for the tour.

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