PREVIEW: Bullshit London: The Most Factually Innacurate Walking Tours In London

Bullshit London have announced a new season of their factually innacurate walking tours which are now running until the the end of October. 


Ever wondered where Queen Victoria exploded? Or wanted to discover the sinister truth about the Barbican? Well then Bullshit London’s alternative walking tours are for you.

On these unique tours, tourists and residents are invited to take a step down false-memory lane to be guided on a silly but fun walking tour of all of London’s most familiar spots, reimagining the purpose of existing landmarks and cracking jokes about real ones.

The tours offer a different perspective of London and an insight into an alternative city – as created by Monty Python.

This year sees the company offering two different tours which will run every week from April to October.

The Southbank Tour ‘Tourist Trap’ The original Bullshit offering and the most popular, the South Bank ‘Tourist Trap’ Tour runs every Thursday evening from April – October, leaving at 7pm from the steps of St Paul’s (behind the statue of Queen Anne), and usually ending at Trafalgar square via the south bank.

The City Tour ‘Standing On The Shoulders of Giants’ Taking you off the beaten trail in more ways than one, this (de) tour eschews the better known tourist hotspots and joyfully explores some of more the unusual and contradictory architecture of the financial district. Departing at 2pm every Sunday from Moorgate Tube Station (from 16th April), It’s a voyage of discovery in more ways than one as you will also *learn* things you didn’t know before about how the financial system works and be exposed to shocking new truths which will (probably) BLOW YOUR MINDS!!! The tour finishes at Bank Station.

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