London Architecture and Urban Planning Tours
3 days 2 nights from only £74pp
London’s wealth of architectural events, exhibitions and tours along with iconic buildings makes it a must visit destination for students of the Built Environment.
Day 1,Depart campus for London,See London’s breathtaking cityscape on London Eye flight and explore the popular Southbank area,Meal at the Planet Hollywood then check into your accommodation
Day 2,Guided architecture tour of London tailored to the style of your choice,Visit to NLA – London’s Centre for the Built Environment,See a top West End Show
Day 3,Visit one of London’s World Class Museums many are free!,Depart London,Arrive back at the campus[/table]
Feel free to contact us to tailor your own tour. 0845 200 0030
Tailor-made guided tours of London’s architectural sites
KS2 KS3 KS4 6F FE
Museum of Domestic Design & Architecture
Sir John Soane’s Museum
KS2 – Key Stage 2, KS3 – Key Stage 3, KS4 – Key Stage 4, 6F – Sixth Form, FE – Further Education
For prices on these and many more subject related visits call 0845 200 0030
No visit to this city is complete without visiting…
The Shard Viewing Platform
The View at The Shard begins as you step on a ‘kaleidoscopic’ high powered lift which transports you to levels 68 69 and 72 up to 244m above the streets of London.
NLA talks and exhibitions
The NLA is the hub for all matters concerning the built environment for London and its boroughs. Exhibitions frequently change in line with the capital’s development motions and talks can combine political developmental and public interests alike.
East London Regeneration tour
Since the success of the Olympic Games bid to the time post games, the East end of London has undergone major investment and regeneration making it much different from its deprived and run down past. Explore the past present and future of East London and its impact on the capital.
The Square Mile tour
The Square Mile tour explores the heart and history of London. This tour sees the juxtaposition of old London buildings and modern London towers including some of London’s most famous landmarks.
The home ground of England’s football team is Wembley Stadium. With its iconic 133m high arch this is the UK’s largest football and music venue attracting visitors in excess of two million people a year.
Since its first public flight in March 2000 the London Eye has been a dominant feature to London’s Southbank. This wheel can carry up to 800 passengers per turn and views as far as Windsor Castle can be seen on a clear day.
Thames boat trip
Some of London’s most classic iconography can be seen on a Thames boat trip which meanders through the centre of the UK’s capital sailing past Canary Wharf, Westminster and more.
Tower of London
The Tower of London is drapped in history and dates back to 1066 first established by William the Conqueror. Home of the Crown Jewels since the 1100’s the Tower of London is now a World Heritage Site and on of London’s major tourist must sees.
Madamme Tussards London swirls over two centries of figures from popular and celebrity culture under one roof. There are 14 different sections displaying over 300 wax figures including some of Madame Tussaud’s early work.
For prices on these and many other attractions call 0845 200 0030
✓ Use of the coach during the tour
✓ Return ferry crossing via Dover / Calais
✓ Accommodation on a B&B basis
✓ Multi-bedded rooms for students
✓ Single/twin rooms for leaders
✓ Free itinerary planning and visits booking service
✓ Comprehensive travel pack
✓ 1:10 leader place ratio