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Monopoly London – GROUP TOUR

  • Bank of England visitors

    Bank of England visitors
  • London Park Lane sign

    London Park Lane sign
  • London - Pall Mall street sign

    London - Pall Mall street sign
  • Outside The Bank of England

    The Bank of England
  • Little Venice, London - A stretch of the Grand Union Canal © VisitBritain, Pawel Libera, visitlondon.com

    Little Venice, London - A stretch of the Grand Union Canal ©VisitBritain, Pawel Libera, visitlondon.com EXPIRES 1.11.2020
3 day tour
From £139 per person - minimum 25 passengers

Why not "take a chance" on this group tour!

Shake the dice and see the sights on this tour that won’t break the bank! During this virtual ‘Monopoly’ game your guided coach tour will take you around some of London’s most iconic streets from Whitehall to Piccadilly. We will land on The Bank of England Museum, where you can learn about 300 years of England’s financial history. After a short walking tour of Covent Garden we will conclude our game at The London Eye, where you can enjoy spectacular panoramic views across London. On this tour everyone is a winner.


Dates

Dates throughout 2019 & 2020


Suggested itinerary by coach

Day 1

Travel to your hotel

Arrive at your hotel and check-in during the afternoon and enjoy some free time.

Day 2

Monopoly Tour

Pass go and meet your tour guide in Central London to embark upon a full day’s adventure across the board. You’ll land first on The Bank of England Museum. The Bank’s role is to promote the good of the people of the United Kingdom by maintaining monetary and financial stability; however there’s more to the museum than just money! Discover the history of the Bank, its buildings, and those who have moulded it over time.

Next is the chance to sit back, relax and do some sightseeing from the Bank to Trafalgar Square, taking in numerous ‘Monopoly’ card sights on the way with commentary from your expert guide. Why not take a ‘chance’ and join in the quiz as you travel. After a break for lunch and the chance to stretch your legs in Covent Garden, we’ll end our game at The London Eye. Take a 30 minute trip on the world’s largest observation wheel, where on a clear day you can see for over 25 miles – will you spot ‘red card’ Trafalgar Square and ‘green card’ Regents Park?

Day 3

Travel home

Before heading home why not continue with the ‘Monopoly’ theme and end the game in jail by paying a visit to the Tower of London.


Suggested hotels

We offer a wide selection of 3 and 4-star centrally located hotels.


3 days
2019 dates From £139.00 per person
2020 dates From £145.00 per person

 

As the Bank of England Museum is open Monday to Friday only, we recommend a Sunday departure for this tour, though any dates are possible, however, a change of itinerary may be necessary. Single room supplements apply at the majority of hotels – details on request.

All prices are per person based on sharing a double or twin room and with coach driver or group organiser's free place in a single room, both are based on a minimum 25 full fare paying passengers. Prices do not include coach hire or travel insurance. Dates are subject to availability. Smaller groups can be quoted for on request. Picture is for illustrative purposes only.

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