Explore Covent Garden’s Legends and Landmarks

4.5 out of 5 stars


24 mins

0.9 km

By Andrew Ward

Your chance to discover more about one of London's most historic and famous areas with professional Guide Andrew Ward, inspiring visitors to london with new places to visit. Covent Garden is so much more than just a place. It's history, people, energy and a state of mind! During the tour which starts and finishes at Covent Garden Station you will find out amongst other things about bridges for ballerinas, theatres full of ghosts stage doors for mega stars and the most important information: where the best local pub is.

15 stops

24 mins

0.9 km

Covent Garden

Central London Pub

  • 1
    Covent Garden Station
    A brief introduction to the fun atmosphere of Covent Garden and some fun facts about the station.
  • 2
    Telephone Box
    No trip to London is complete without a red telephone box experience! Learn all about this icon.
  • 3
    Bridge of Aspiration
    A very unusual covered bridge.
  • 4
    Royal Opera House Stage Door
    A door to the stars....
  • 5
    Bow Street Magistrates Court and Police Station
    Bow Street Magistrates a legendary name in Law order and crime...
  • 6
    Royal Opera House
    Learn about one of the worlds most famous Opera houses and enjoy its new facade.
  • 7
    Theatre Royal Drury Lane
    Theatre Royal Drury Lane. One of London's oldest ,grandest and most haunted theatres.
  • 8
    Covent Garden Market
    A brief history of Covent Garden Market.
  • 9
    London Transport Museum
    A fascinating and large museum explaining the history of Londons massive public transport Network.
  • 10
    St Paul’s Church Street Theatre
    The location of London's best street theatre.
  • 11
    Rules of The Market
    An amusing and fascinating sign with laws effecting market traders back in the 1920's
  • 12
    St Paul’s Church Court Yard
    A hidden tranquil spot to contemplate and eat your sandwiches.
  • 13
    Lamb and Flag Pub
    One of London's most interesting pubs. I frequently recommend it to people visiting London.
  • 14
    John Logie Baird Plaque
    Site of the first television program broadcast.
  • 15
    Dame Margot Fonteyn Plaque
    A famous Blue Plaque. A legendary ballet dancer.


4.5 out of 5 stars
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Tom Durrant
03 Jul 2020
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30 May 2020
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04 May 2019
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4 out of 5 stars

Explore Covent Garden’s Legends and Landmarks

4.5 out of 5 stars