Royal London Accessible Guided Tour
Hundreds of years of royal history, stories, and gossip are covered during this London accessible guided tour.
Royal palaces, royal parks, and royal monuments provide a background for a wheelchair accessible walk through history. Senior and disabled visitors to London who are interested in English and British Royalty will love the Royal London Accessible Guided Tour!
The tour route is entirely curb-free and covers about 1.5 miles going from the Strand to Trafalgar Square to Green Park. The tour guide can assist with pushing manual wheelchair users.
The Royal London Accessible Guided Tour includes:
– Accessible tour routes confirmed to be wheelchair accessible (no steps or curbs)
– 2- 2.5 hour guided walking/rolling tour of London conducted by Blue Badge officially-licensed tour guide
– Tour guide can provide assistance pushing manual wheelchair users
– A memorable sightseeing experience in London!
Other accessible guided London tours you may want to consider include the Highlights of London Accessible Driving Tour, the Classic London Wheelchair Accessible Tour, and the London Accessible Boat Cruise on the Thames River.
– The Strand
– Trafalgar Square
– Nelson’s Column
– Whitehall Road (and its numerous monuments and memorials)
– The Banqueting House of Palace Whitehall
– The Horse Guards
– The Mall
– St. James’ Palace
– Queen’s Walk
– Green Park
I gave the Royal London Accessible Guided Tour a 5 Star Sage Accessibility Rating (my highest rating) because it includes step-free routes and the tour guide can push manual wheelchairs. It involves walking/rolling about 1.5 miles between the sights.
This wheelchair accessible London guided tour uses a flat tour route. Tour participants may encounter some minor cobblestones (shown in the photo on the right).
The Royal London Accessible Guided Tour avoids narrow sidewalks and hills while you hear royal stories spanning hundreds of years.
Green Park (shown on the left) and The Mall (shown on the right) are two of the famous royal public spaces that will be visited during this accessible London guided tour.
The Horse Guards (shown on the left) and the Banqueting House (shown on the right) are two of the royal sights you’ll encounter on the Royal London Accessible Guided Tour. While they are beautiful to look at, the real intrigue is found in the stories behind them!
Tour duration: 2- 2.5 hours (depending on starting point).
Cost: £365 for 1-2 people, £415 for 3-4 people, £465 for 5-6 people, 515 for 7-8 people.
* £20 off if booked as part of an accessible London travel package (Note: if your package includes more than 3 tours total, discounts will be applied to maximum 3 of the tours).
Days of the week the tour is offered: 7 days a week.
Meeting time: Morning 9:00 am or afternoon 1:00 pm.
Meeting place: Embankment Tube station or accessible London hotel lobby
Number of people on tour: Up to 12 people
Entrance tickets: Not necessary
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Not included: Snacks/meals and gratuities.
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