A Magical Adventure about Animal heroes: pigeons and horses
Walking + Chauffeured Adventure
London is a city of animals. They live in parks, gardens and are commemorated in sculptures, buildings and tales. All animals are a vital component of the planet ecosystem. Positive changes in animal treatment in 21st century have gone a long way starting from 12th century when King Edward III stated that no member of the royal family as well as the men of the church, were allowed to wear fur. This tour provides unusual experience in the heart of London for diverse places which were shaped by animals
- Reveal the secret behind Trafalgar square lions
- Discover how the mole changed the Royal history
- Hear what role animals played in the WWII
- Enjoy flora and fauna in the heart of London
834 £ per group
Sights you will see:
This wonderful experience goes through the heart of London.
London is a city of animals. They live in parks, gardens and are commemorated in sculptures, buildings and tales. Your Guide will meet you at Embankment Station where you will start from the Camel Memorial. Follow your guide to Trafalgar Square where you will learn a secret about London’s main lions. Continue along Whitehall before you arrive at Horse Guards Museum, where you can see magnificent horses doing their job. On your way you will notice plenty of pigeons with some of them having proper adult jobs!
On the way through the Whitehall you will pass by 10 Downing Street where your Guide will tell you about cats ‘Larry and Palmerstone’, two rivals who live just across each other and make noisy fights while Theresa May is asleep!
Continue along the street before you come into green Oasis - St James Park, where you will enjoy watching pelicans and swans before discovering how crocodiles filled that park in 16th Century! Go along the busy streets and enter to Hyde Park which was a former deer hunting ground park before you finish at the Animals in War Memorial.
Embankment Station or your Hotel
Marble Arch or your Hotel
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday