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London’s Historical Pubs: A Self-Guided Audio Tour

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Take a tipply trundle through London’s liquid history on this affordable self-guided walking tour. • Stroll down the city’s quiet backstreets and hidden courtyards in the literary footsteps of Samuel Pepys, Charles Dickens and Dr. Johnson and see four iconic English pubs • Hear from producer Johnny Warland, a pub aficionado, lover of all things London and fan of the quirkier side of history • Do it all in 90 minutes or linger at stops along the way with complete control over when you start and finish • Get unlimited use before your booking date and after it • Use the virtual tour option at home Once you’ve booked, you’ll receive a ticket with instructions and a unique code listed under “Before You Go”. Then simply install the VoiceMap app and enter your code. The app displays directions to the starting point, and when you’re in the right place, just pop in your headphones and tap start. VoiceMap has automatic GPS playback, with turn-by-turn directions. It also works offline.

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London’s Most Luxurious Neighbourhood: A Self-Guided Audio Tour of Mayfair

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See Mayfair at your own pace with this affordable walking tour. • Savour secrets about Mayfair's musical legends, members-only clubs and unique stores including a rifle makers, a barbers and the shop where Queen Elizabeth II buys books • Hear from producer Gio Da Costa, author of Amazing London Walks who’s provided guided tours for over 10 years • Do it all in an hour or linger at stops along the way with complete control over when you start and finish • Get unlimited use before your booking date and after it • Use the virtual tour option at home Once you’ve booked, you’ll receive a ticket with instructions and a unique code listed under “Before You Go”. Then simply install the VoiceMap app and enter your code. The app displays directions to the starting point, and when you’re in the right place, just pop in your headphones and tap start. VoiceMap has automatic GPS playback, with turn-by-turn directions. It also works offline.

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Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens: A Self-Guided Audio Tour

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Explore two of London's most beautiful and famous Royal Parks with me. As a Londoner, I’ve grown up visiting Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens and I know all they have to offer, from their best spots to little-known vistas. The parks are filled with stories and secrets that most visitors miss, but if you take this self guided audio tour, you won’t be one of them. Some of the tour’s highlights include: • Speakers’ Corner where you can find the finest free show in London. • The story of the creation of the Royal Parks. How did we end up with over 600 acres of parkland in an area where land prices are through the roof? • The Serpentine Lake where you can relax and enjoy the swans • Memorials dedicated to Diana, Princess of Wales, including a fountain and playground • How to spot the beautiful birds around Kensington Gardens • A grand view of Kensington Palace • A 900-year-old oak tree and the little elves that hide within it.

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Explore Ancient Alleyways in the Footsteps of Dickens: A Self-Guided Audio Tour

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On this walk we will see actual places that Dickens visited as well as places mentioned in his novels. We start at St Paul's Cathedral, which dominated London in Victorian times. It was near here that the young Dickens worked as a freelance reporter in Doctor’s Commons. He witnessed the old-fashioned and slightly ridiculous legal practice here which led to his contempt of the law, and his famous saying in Oliver twist ‘The law is a ass’. We then wend our way through ancient alleyways and churchyards, such as St Peter's, Cheapside, where the young Dickens first arrived in London. In ‘A Christmas Carol’ Ebenezer Scrooge sees the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come on the steps of the Royal Exchange. Nearby we discover the George and Vulture Inn where Mr Pickwick stayed just before his trial for Breach of Promise in ‘The Pickwick Papers’. The audio plays automatically at exactly the right time and place using your smartphone's GPS and the VoiceMap mobile app, which also works offline.

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Westminster Heart of the Nation Walking Audio Tour

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This walk covers the great palaces of the monarchs and the Archbishop of Canterbury. We walk from the Golden Jubilee Bridge through Whitehall Gardens to the Banqueting House in Whitehall, the last remaining building from the ancient Palace of Whitehall. From there we walk along the Thames with views of the London Eye and Westminster Bridge, before seeing Parliament Square, the Houses of Parliament and Westrminster Abbey. The walk ends passing the famous Burghers of Calais sculpture by Rodin on to Lambeth Bridge and Lambeth Palace, the London home of the Archbishop of Canterbury. The tour is ready whenever you are and the audio plays automatically at exactly the right time and place using your smartphone's GPS and the VoiceMap mobile app, which also works offline.

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Rebels, Radicals and Rough Justice: A Self-Guided Audio Tour in Clerkenwell

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The walk starts at Farringdon which was the terminus of the first Underground Line in the world. The title – Rebels, Radicals and Rough Justice - characterises the rest of the route. We will be following the footsteps of Wat Tyler, leader of the Peasant’s Revolt of 1381, and William Wallace, Scottish patriot. Both met violent deaths in Smithfield, where cattle were also slaughtered until 1855. We also meet Lenin who lived here before he overthrew the Russian Tsar. We'll see three ancient monasteries and London’s oldest hospital. We'll finish by the Old Bailey, the Central Criminal Court. This was built on the site of Newgate prison, where many famous inmates were incarcerated before being publicly executed until the 19th Century. The tour is ready whenever you are and the audio plays automatically at exactly the right time and place using your smartphone's GPS and the VoiceMap mobile app, which also works offline.

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Bloomsbury's Contribution to Health Care History: A Self-Guided Audio Tour

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In the 18th century the only health care provided in Bloomsbury was the Foundling Hospital, one of the most magnificent buildings in London. Soon after, this small area of London attracted reformers who changed health care in fundamental ways that shape today's services. Exploring with Nick Black, a leading expert on health care, you will see the first hospital for children in England, the only hospital for Italians, the first hospital established by nurses, the first hospital for those paralysed and epileptic, and the medical school created by and for women who were otherwise excluded from such a career. While Bloomsbury is rightly recognised as the home of radical changes in literature, art and penal reform, it was also a cradle of reform for health care. The tour is ready whenever you are and the audio plays automatically at exactly the right time and place using your smartphone's GPS and the VoiceMap mobile app, which also works offline.

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Bohemian Bloomsbury: Literary London Walking Audio Tour

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Encounter literary greats like WB Yeats, T S Eliot and George Bernhard Shaw, on a walk that starts with the architecturally spectacular Fitzrovia, named after a descendant of Charles II and his mistress, Barbara Villiers. It's just a stone's throw from Tottenham Court Road, where you'll visit the cosy English pub where Dylan Thomas met his wife, and explore Bloomsbury, where members of the ground-breaking Bloomsbury Group like Virginia Woolf lived and worked. Passing Georgian squares, we'll make our way to two of London's greatest intellectual and cultural institutions, London University and the British Museum, before ending our walk in a charming Dickensian alleyway. The tour is ready whenever you are and the audio plays automatically at exactly the right time and place using your smartphone's GPS and the VoiceMap mobile app, which also works offline.

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Soho's Contribution to Health Care History Walking Audio Tour

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In the heart of London lies an island, a foreign land in a sea of Englishness. After the wealthy departed Soho in the middle of the 18th century, successive waves of refugees arrived creating a multi-cultural world that attracted artists, revolutionaries, writers and musicians. Exploring Soho with Nick Black, you will see that some of the original health care buildings survive as a hotel, high commission, restaurant and theatre. Learn how the first hospitals in London for women, for ear diseases and for men with venereal disease came into being. Discover the extraordinary surviving façade of the first private anatomy school. The contrast between bohemian Soho and establishment London is well illustrated by two towering figures in the history of health care, Mary Seacole and Florence Nightingale. The tour is ready whenever you are and the audio plays automatically at exactly the right time and place using your smartphone's GPS and the VoiceMap mobile app, which also works offline.

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London's Classic Sights and Hidden Histories: A Self-guided Audio Tour

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You may be familiar to the most famous sights of London, but are you familiar with the history, stories and characters behind them? This tour takes in a range of central London's most iconic spots, ideal for plenty of photo ops whilst allowing you to learn the hidden histories behind famous buildings.  Throughout, you'll be rewarded with plenty of facts and trivia that are guaranteed to shed new light on parts of London you thought you knew.  This is a stair-free route through the streets of London suitable for wheelchair users. The tour is ready whenever you are and the audio plays automatically at exactly the right time and place using your smartphone's GPS and the VoiceMap mobile app, which also works offline.

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Covent Garden: A Self-Guided Photography Tour

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A street photography self-guided audio tutorial tour of the unexplored back streets of Covent Garden by a professional photography guide. Listen to time-honored photography tips and commentary while being guided about the old, grand and not-so-grand architecture, famous highlights, tiny details and fascinating crowds of people that is Bloomsbury. Explore London at your own pace while absorbing the stories of the streets and learning how to take better photos. Please note that you must bring your own equipment. Recommended equipment: Wide angle lens Lens within the ranges of 18 - 105mm A tripod is NOT required, but advised for long exposures if doing the route towards the early evening

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Camden Town's Quirky Characters: A Self-Guided Audio Tour

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London loves good food and great people, and no other place puts these two things together better than Camden Town! Love People Watching and Pigging Out? Then this is the self-guided audio tour for you! Explore the World Street Food Market, get a glimpse of the weird and wonderful residents of London and eat your way towards a view of the city like no other! Your guide is Maame Blue, a blogger, poet and general lover of words. She resides in London and thinks it is the most creatively inspiring place in the world, and she is yet to find another place as inspiring. She loves superheroes and ranting about how to make the world a better place. The tour is ready whenever you are. Simply download it onto the VoiceMap app while in a wifi zone and hit the Start Tour button when you're ready to get going. You can pause along the way, and the GPS will pick up right where you left off.

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Brick Lane: A self-guided audio tour of East London's vibrant jewel

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Join Discover with Dasha on a self-guided audio walk in English or Russian and discover what makes the ever-changing Brick Lane one of London’s most quirky, iconic streets. Brick Lane is also where locals go for great food, vintage markets, live performances and unmissable street art. Dasha's explored the area over the years, including its secret corners and little-known hangouts, and she's excited to share what she's found. she'll show you what makes the area a key filming location for musicians and directors too. Along the way, she'll tell you about: • The historic events that shaped the area • Where to find the best food and the most exotic snacks • The locations used by famous films including Basic Instinct 2, The Woman in Black and Oliver Twist • Where to find Banksy's artwork and the area's other famous graffiti • Boutique shops that local hipsters love

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Secret London: An audio tour about the heritage of the city's Russian immigrants

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Discover hidden London like never before on this self guided audio tour. Follow the footsteps of Russian immigrants to uncover the rich and diverse heritage they left in London. From the Russian Orthodox Cathedral to Tolstoy's favourite private club and the pelicans of St James Park, you will experience the city in a completely different way, far from the crowd and the touristic attractions. PLEASE NOTE: You will be required to take a bus for a portion of the tour. You cannot purchase a ticket on the bus. You will have to use either an Oyster card or a contactless payment card to pay for the journey. A single bus fare costs £1.50

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London Lights: A Self-Guided Audio Tour of the Cultural Capital of the World

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Take the lead in a tour of London's historical cultural influences through time with the helping hand of me, blogger Shaun Nolan! "Light the Lights" takes you on a self-guided audio tour from the Embankment, up Charing Cross Road, into Covent Garden, along the Strand and back to Leicester Square. As you walk, I'll tell you everything you need to know about the history of the beautiful buildings you see and the amazing people who have walked the same pavements as you. London has forever been shaped by the culture that has influenced it. Famous creatives like Charles Dickens and Henry Irving have spent a lot of their lives in the city, being influenced by the environment and atmosphere. And it's not just a writer's playground - modern designers, intelligent innovators and important names have also helped to shape the city.

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Londinium's Footprint: Explore London's Roman wall on a self-guided audio tour

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Roam in the footsteps of the ancients…and the medieval, and the Victorians, and pretty much all of London’s inhabitants throughout history. Become a part of Londinium’s tradition. This tour has you walking the literal path where the Romans established London’s boundary two thousand years ago. The wall that surrounded that ancient city stood for a millennium, affecting decisions and development right up to today. You don’t have to be a history geek to get excited about the lives of people in the past. It’s so easy to get pulled into the adventures of soldiers, kings and commoners alike. During this walk, you will view the fortifications that the Romans first built, and that the Normans used as their foundations. You’ll step right up to the walls that the English royalty relied on for centuries to protect and defend their power base. You’ll touch the very stones that fortified the city of London throughout time.

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Clerkenwell, Farringdon & Smithfield: A Self-Guided Audio Tour of London

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Explore London's past and present on this whimsical journey through Clerkenwell, Farringdon and Smithfield - the hectic hubs of central London. On the journey you'll unearth buried stories, some hidden deep, others lying near the surface. The end of the journey will be the Museum of London, located in the Barbican Estate.

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Medieval London: A Self-Guided Audio Tour from Monument to the Tower of London

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Put the Tower of London in its often gruesome context on this two mile riverside walk from Monument Station to Traitors’ Gate. • Spot Roman ruins, find out about the 10 infamous executions here – including Anne Boleyn’s at the hands of an expert swordsman from France – and meet a brazen thief who almost escaped with the Crown Jewels • Hear from producer James Holdstock, an author of historical fiction set at the Tower • Do it all a little over an hour or linger at stops along the way with complete control over when you start and finish • Get unlimited use before your booking date and after it Once you’ve booked, you’ll receive a ticket with instructions and a unique code listed under “Before You Go”. Then simply install the VoiceMap app and enter your code. The app displays directions to the starting point, and when you’re in the right place, just pop in your headphones and tap start. VoiceMap has automatic GPS playback, with turn-by-turn directions. It also works offline.

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Photographing Dynamic Soho: A Self-Guided Audio Tour

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What does Victorian London look like through your camera lens? Grab your camera and explore the full range of the best photography spots in London, from the vibrant and lively to the brash and seedy areas. Get led around by a professional photography tour guide and experience a diverse range of architecture and people photography shots in the city's bustling central areas. Pick up tips and tricks from a pro to help you take better photos, and even stop for a drink or two along the way! Legless Lizard Photography Tours |

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The Life and Literature of Charles Dickens: A Self-Guided Audio Tour

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See where Charles Dickens lived, worked and found so much inspiration on this self-guided walking tour of London. • Find out why the author called London his “magic lantern”, and visit locations connected to both his daily life and novels like Oliver Twist and Little Dorrit • Hear from producer Lucinda Hawksley, a biographer and Londoner who is also Dickens’ great great great granddaughter • Do it all in an hour or linger at stops along the way with complete control over when you start and finish • Get unlimited use before your booking date and after it • Use the virtual tour option at home Once you’ve booked, you’ll receive a ticket with instructions and a unique code listed under "Before You Go". Then simply install the VoiceMap app and enter your code. The app displays directions to the starting point, and when you’re in the right place, just pop in your headphones and tap start. VoiceMap has automatic GPS playback, with turn-by-turn directions. It also works offline.

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