Explore London with Us
Discover London's hidden gems with A London Miscellany self guided audio tours! We provide GPS-guided tours that let you explore London at your own pace. Click here to learn more.
From historical landmarks to tales of murder and intrigue, our tours cover it all! Check out our website to learn more about our audio tours of London.
Taking A London Miscellany audio tour is the perfect way to explore the city of London. Our self guided audio tours provide an unforgettable experience, allowing you to walk at your own pace, stop when you want, and hear every word of the tour without interruption. Download the audio to your smartphone and use it as many times as you want.
We provide a unique insight into the city's history, culture and architecture, helping you to gain a deeper understanding of the city and its people. Our audio tours will help you to uncover the hidden gems of London and take you on a journey that you won't soon forget.
What Our Customers Say
Another great tour of an area that I knew very little about. Steve's commentary brought the street scenes to life and I found the area's history fascinating and also surprising. Great tour!
John Brown | UK
What a great tour. Very informative and delivered at a pace that suited all our special needs. Another brick in the wall tour was by far one of the best i've been on this year. The detail of how the romans built this wall. defended and then how it has been preserved for all to enjoy and marvel was astonishing.Thanks to our tour guide Steve. 5 stars.
Kev Green | UK
what an excellent tour. Very professionally done, with even detailed thought given to those who may find it somewhat lengthy. A fascinating deluge of information much of which I had up to now been unaware. Congratulations to all involved
Phillip Gooda | Switzerland
Steve's clearly enunciated commentary is cleverly enhanced by various 'sound-bites' which do much to add to the atmosphere of this fascinatingly educational walkabout. Modern city life is almost relegated to a mere background hubbub as his voice transports you to Yesteryear. His suggestion to simply stand still for the 5 or 6 minutes close to the start was unexpectedly effective.
Sara Müller | Germany