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Tours of London

City of Westminster
City of London
Aristocratic London
St. Paul's & Legal London
Literary London
London's Docklands
Greenwich Tour
Southwark Tour
Theatre Land

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British Museum
National Gallery
Tate Galleries
Wallace Collection
Victoria & Albert Museum

Day tours from London

Windsor Castle
Hampton Court Palace
Oxford & Blenheim Palace
Stonehenge & Salisbury
Cotswold's region
Shakespeare's Stratford
Garden of England

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Tour the Tate galleries with a private guide (up to 4 hours)

Tour both Tate Modern and Tate Britain with an expert guide

  • Impressive Turbine Hall Showcasing an Annual Installation

  • Picasso, Rothko, Mondrian, Dali At Tate Modern

  • Reynolds, Constable, Turner, Moore and Hockney At Tate Britain

  • Explore the world’s most popular modern art gallery with your own private guide. Tate Modern is dramatically housed in a converted power station. This iconic building, designed by Gilbert Scott in the 1950s and re-developed by Herzog and De Meuron in the 1990s, provides a wonderful space for Tate’s collection of 20th and 21st century art. The huge former turbine hall is the setting for an annual installation. Upstairs the changing exhibits include masterpieces by Picasso, Rothko, Mondrian and Dali as well as cutting edge contemporary works. From cubism and surrealism to minimalism via abstract expressionism, your private guide will show you the highlights of the collection as you discuss "what is modern art?".

    You may like to take a special Tate boat up-river to visit the ‘sister’ gallery, Tate Britain, which features British art from 15th century to the present day. Enjoy tales of the artists and discover the hidden meanings in the paintings. From 16th century portraits of Elizabeth I to sculptures by Henry Moore. Tate Britain houses an entire wing devoted to the wonderful landscapes of Turner.

    Alternatively enjoy our Southwark or St Paul’s Cathedral tours.

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