Shakespeare In London Tour
Personal guide with maximum 6 persons.
This is a guided walking tour and moderate fitness is recommended.
Globe theatre admission fees Included.
Official inhouse tour of the Globe Theatre Included.
Places where Shakespeare acted, drank and worshipped.
Cost: £125 for Adults, £120 for Seniors and Children (ages 6-15), Free for under 5’s.
* Single Travellers are welcome : Book as one adult or one senior, plus include private tour at checkout.
Shakespeare In London
This unique guided tour is for lovers of William Shakespeare, the world’s greatest playwright as well as for anyone interested in Elizabethan London. Very walkable half day tour lets you experience: the famous Ferryman’s Seat, site of the Rose Theatre, site of the original Globe Theatre, ruins of Winchester Palace, a walk by the original Clink Prison, visit to Southwark Cathedral with its beautiful Shakespeare stained glass window and official tour of the splendid Globe Theatre built by the American playwright Sam Wanamaker. Let your personal guide show you lanes walked by the great Bard, church pews where he worshiped and pubs where he drank with fellow actors.
We stop half way through the tour at the smart cafe in the Cathedral, so that tour guests can partake of tea, coffee, pastries, etc. Tour does include the Globe Theatre’s in-house tour. This tour is not meant to be a literary tour per se, although you will learn more about what Shakespeare wrote. It is meant to be more about the social history of the Elizabethan times and Shakespeare’s remarkable role as actor, playwright and theatrical producer. For example, did you know that the River Thames was the local freeway used by everyone at the time, including Shakespeare. The drivers were the famous ferrymen depicted in such films as ” Shakespeare in Love “. And so if you have always wanted to learn more about what it was really like in Shakespearean London, come along with us on this unique half day tour. Runs daily.
” Our guide’s knowledge of Shakespeare’s life and works,
placed within a historical framework, was not only educational but inspiring.”
– Nadia, Canada
Anyone interested in English literature or the Elizabethan era will find this tour wonderful. The whole experience was extremely interesting and Graham our guide was both friendly and knowledgeable . Highly recommended!
– Julia, Australia
£125 adults, £120 Seniors and children aged 6 – 15, Free for Children 5 and under.
Includes the Globe Theatre admission fee.
Payment: Advance booking only. We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, PayPal
9am to 12 noon Daily.
Globe Theatre on Bankside. Large glass doors on east side of building by the Starbucks.
Single Travelers Welcome!