Horse drawn tours of London

This event runs over several days/weeks. Dates include:

Thu, 19th Jan 2017
Tue, 24th Jan 2017
Thu, 26th Jan 2017
Tue, 31st Jan 2017
Thu, 2nd Feb 2017

Starts at 3:00 pm

Imagine yourself back in Victorian London with this truly magical tour of the city. Board a fully restored Victorian omnibus with eighteen seats, both indoor and rooftop!

The omnibus is driven by coachmen in period dress and pulled by two horses. Clip-clop through London at a leisurely pace, seeing beautiful and historical areas such as Westminster, Piccadilly and Covent Garden.

An informative and friendly guide regales you with fun anecdotes and facts, bringing the historical side of the city to life, as you trot through the streets. As the horses bring you through the city at a gentle pace, there is plenty of opportunity to enjoy the beautiful sights and take photographs.

The omnibus is driven by Tim Wood, a horse trainer with over 25 years experience.

Cost: £30


Contact and Booking Details

More information at this website.

Reserve tickets at this website

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Location

Stanfords Travel Bookshop,

12-14 Long Acre, London, WC2E 9LP

Google Map of Stanfords Travel Bookshop

Nearest tube and train stations to Stanfords Travel Bookshop

Covent Garden
Piccadily
Leicester Square
Piccadily
Northern
Charing Cross
Northern
Bakerloo
Mainline Terminus

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