Doctor Who Walking Tour of London

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

Sun, 26th Feb 2017
Sun, 5th Mar 2017
Sun, 12th Mar 2017
Sun, 19th Mar 2017
Sun, 26th Mar 2017

10:30 am - 1:00 pm

You’ll see over 15 locations from the show, both new and old, including sites featured in classic episodes such as The Invasion and The Talons of Weng Chiang through to more recent episodes such as Rose, The Shakespeare Code, The Bells of Saint John and Death in Heaven with Peter Capaldi.

The 2.5 hour walking tour includes Doctor Who locations from the past 50 years.

On the Doctor Who London Tour, you’ll learn how the episodes were made, get trivia about Doctor Who and see locations from various episodes.

As part of the tour, you will take a short bus journey, so you will need a Zone 1 travelcard.

Meet outside Caffe Nero, London Bridge Station (near Platform 13). The tour will finish at Waterloo Station.

This tour is not accessible for wheelchair users or for parents with prams.

Cost: £12


Contact and Booking Details

More information at this website.

Reserve tickets at this website

10:30 10:30 Europe/London Doctor Who Walking Tour of London This 2.5 hour walking tour includes Doctor Who locations across London from the past 50 years. https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2017/03/19/doctor-who-walking-tour-of-london-129167 London Bridge Station,Station Approach,,London

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Location

London Bridge Station,

Station Approach, London, SE1 9SP

Google Map of London Bridge Station

Nearest tube and train stations to London Bridge Station

London Bridge
Northern
Jubilee
Mainline Terminus
Monument
District
Circle
Cannon Street
District
Circle
Mainline Terminus

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