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'Doctor Who' TV Locations Tour of London

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  • 2.5-hour Doctor Who TV locations tour in London
  • See filming sites from both recent and older episodes like Dark Water and Death in Heaven
  • Learn little-known secrets about famous Doctor Who actors such as Christopher Eccleston
  • Explore the central London neighborhoods of Westminster and the South Bank
  • Pose for photos opposite the London Eye which was used as a transmitter to communicate with the Autons
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'Doctor Who' TV Locations Tour of London
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Delve into the action-packed world of Doctor Who on a 2.5-hour walking tour of London's TV filming locations. Stroll through areas such as the Borough Market and Southwark to visit cinematic landmarks like Shakespeare’s Globe Theater with your expert guide. Along the way, enjoy insider stories and facts about the making of the long-running series and the eccentric Doctor Who.
What to Expect
Your Doctor Who adventure begins mid-morning in central London. Meet your expert guide and set off to explore some of the city’s most interesting neighborhoods including the Borough Market, Southwark and the South Bank. Learn the history of this epic sci-fi show while visiting the key filming locations in the capital city.
You’ll see more than 15 new and old landmarks throughout the tour. Visit the site where the two Dalek factions battled in Remembrance of the Daleks and stop for a photo outside of the fictitious 10 Downing Street, featured in Aliens of London. Pass Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, site of the more recent episode The Shakespeare Code, and stop on John Adams Street to see where the Prime Minister’s fictitious house stood when it was infested by Slitheens!
As you walk, enjoy little-known secrets about actors like William Hartnell, Matt Smith and Christopher Eccleston – who brought the quirky character to life – and perhaps engage in a friendly debate about who made the best Doctor Who! Test yourself with entertaining trivia about the intergalactic time lord, his cutting-edge TARDIS time machine, and other signature characters like Clara Oswald and Madam Vastra.
Your 2.5-hour tour ends at Westminster Station.
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

our tour group was a good size (8 people), and our tour guide, Craig, was excellent. he really knew what he was showing us, and it was clear he’s passionate about the tour. even if you’re not a huge Doctor Who fan, he gave some...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Loads of fun with our excellent & entertaining guide, Jeremiah. Would thoroughly recommend to all fans of both classic & new Who. EXCELLENT!!

Date of experience: April 2019
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Reviewed March 24, 2019 via mobile

My son and I went on the walking doctor who tour and absolutely loved it! Our guide Scott was extremely knowledgable of Dr Who facts and was just a ton of fun! I won't give any spoilers about the tour but it is 104% worth...More

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Reviewed March 19, 2019

We were given this tour as a Christmas present and my (less so my partner's) from the outset viewing of Dr Who (worryingly I'm now older than William Hartnell was then, but without the re-generation). It's really a walking tour of an interesting bit of...More

Date of experience: March 2019
Thank huish
Reviewed February 24, 2019

This was an amazing day filled with interesting facts. Our tour guide was amazing, who kept us interested with great facts, many of which i had not previously known. He had a brilliant enthusiasm that made the high amount of walking go by in a...More

Date of experience: February 2019
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We left from outside the Shangri La restaurant at the base of the Shard, which is SE1 9QU.Our e-ticket had a picture of the meeting point too.
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