East London Street Art Tour - Love and London

EXPLORE LONDON'S ECLECTIC EAST END

East End and Street Art Tour

Operated by preferred partner Undiscovered London

ABOUT LONDON'S EAST END

When people ask me how to see "local London", the first place I tell them to go is London's East End.

On this tour, you'll discover the city's most culturally diverse and creative area. It's the bohemian heart of London with its transformation from poverty, violence and gangsters to a world-famous street art scene, interesting boutique shops and curry houses.  

You’ll see work by the most popular street artists in the world, including Banksy, learn about the eccentric characters and waves of immigration that have shaped the neighborhood, and understand what makes this such an eclectic and vibrant part of London. 

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"A great tour - and what a superb way to spend an afternoon in London." - Rosie (TripAdvisor)

TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

  • Street art by famous artists like Banksy  
  • Brick Lane  
  • Spitalfields Market  
  • History of the area and how it was shaped by its diverse cultures  
  • Jack the Ripper and East End gangsters  
  • Hidden locations off the tourist trail
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WHY UNDISCOVERED LONDON? 

I believe in supporting London's small businesses, and I trust the team at Undiscovered London. They are incredibly knowlegable and kind, plus their tours are affordable and incredible value.

Questions about the tour?  

Please email info@undiscoveredlondon.com with the subject line "Love and London".

BOOK YOUR SPOT

Duration: approx. 2 hours Price: £12 online, £14 if purchased at the start of the tour. For children aged 6 to 15 years, tickets are £10 and £12 respectively. 

*Please note that I (Jess) do not run this tour, it's operated by my trusted tour partner Undiscovered London

HOW TO FIND YOUR TOUR GUIDE

The tour departs from the Children’s Statue outside Liverpool Stret station at 15:00. 

From Liverpool Street station (on the Central, Circle, Hammersmith and City lines), go up the stairs across from platforms 3 and 4.  

The Children’s Statue will be in front of you as you exit the station (it’s across from the McDonalds). The guide will have an orange Undiscovered London umbrella.

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Love and London works with Undiscovered London as a preferred tour operator. 

I recommend their tours because I feel really confident in the information and value provided, and I trust that they do everything they can to make their customers (you) happy. 

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