London Ghost Walk With Boat Ride from £16 with Great British Tours Ghost Walk (Up to 64% Off)
- Range of historical, themed, and chauffeured tours available
- 150-minute London ghost walk, featuring 11 stops
- Boat ride along Thames
- Green Park meeting point
- Locations such as Tower of London and All Hallows Church
- Starts 7pm and ends 9.30pm
Limit 1 per two or four people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required online only via: http://www.greatbritishtours.com/gbt/groupon-ghost-walking-tour-of-london.html, at least 24 hours in advance. Telephone bookings not accepted. 48-hour cancellation policy. Oyster card required for tour. Valid Thu, Fri and Sat at 7pm only. Valid on option purchased only. Meeting point by Diana fountain at entrance to Green Park. Tour lasts approximately 2.5 hours. Must be 18 or older with valid ID. May not be suitable for those with heart conditions. Max. 20 people per tour. Original value verified 30 July 2012 at 10.09am.
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Ghosts often mope around moaning about unfinished business while looking gaunt and vacant, which often leads to them being mistaken for university students. Brush up on phantasmal studies with today's Groupon from Merchant. Choose from the following options:• £16 for a London ghost walk with a boat ride for two (60% off)
• £29 for a London ghost walk with a boat ride for four (64% off)
About The Tour
A spooktacular evening tour of London takes intrepid victims through locations across the capital reputed to be most haunted, with twilit tour guides enthralling guests with ghost stories and information on each supernatural site. The tour explores some of the spookiest locations residing in some of the most bustling parts of London, mere yards from unsuspecting passers-by; and then whisks guests along the Thames on a boat ride filled with unsettling stories of ghosts and ghouls.
About Great British Tours
Guiding snap-happy tourists through the best of Albion, Great British Tours Ghost Walk offer a range of walking and chauffeured tours across the breadth of the land. Curious walks include The Chocolate Tour of London for sweet-toothed individuals and epic two-day tours of the grandest castles in England.
Tower of London:
900 years of nasty deaths and unsolved mysteries echo through the halls of this world famous edifice, from traitors gate' to the bloody tower where the young princes met their demise.
The Woman in Black:
The macabre halls of All Hallows Church are supposedly home to this shadowy figure; ghost hunters are advised to keep eyelids firmly peeled and ears on tenterhooks.
As the boat carries wary passengers along the Thames from Embankment to the Tower of London, guides will tell chilling ghost stories and point out yet more haunted city sights.
London's most haunted park
St.James's Palace Royal murder
The most haunted house in London
Westminster Abbey Ghostly monks
Jack The Ripper's ghost
St.Magnus the Martyr
Departure point: in front of Diana fountain at the entrance to Green Park, London
Tour begins at 7pm and last approximately two and a half hours
Nearest tube station to departure point: Green Park (and Green Park exit)
Oyster card required as tour involves several train journeys
Great British Tours received 4.5/5 from well-informed TripAdvisors, while the Chocolate Tasting Tour itself got a positive write up from Mostly About Chocolate. The tour earned praised for the range of locations it included as well as the informative and friendly guides.
He gave us information on the history of each place we visited and offered his own suggestions regarding samples. He was friendly and helpful and made a point of making sure that my friend, who is hard of hearing, was always close enough to hear. I recommend this tour for all chocoholics.
– sandralawson, TripAdvisor, Apr 2012
Even with all the chocolate shops subtracted, it was a beautiful walk around the city to places I rarely get to see. Fabulous tour and guide. Loved it.
– Angela V, TripAdvisor, Feb 2012
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