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London: Luxurious Mayfair City Exploration Game

1. London: Luxurious Mayfair City Exploration Game

Experience the perfect mix between a tour and treasure hunt on this 1.5-hour outdoor exploration game. Solve challenges and watch the story unfold as you pass famous monuments and historic streets. Piece together the clues to get directions to the next location on your phone. Start your adventure at the Wellington Arch and hunt for clues. As you play, learn about the history of Mayfair and how this area came to be on top of the Monopoly board. Continue to St George's Church, the Royal Academy of Arts, and see the Australian War Memorial. Explore off-the-beaten-path gems like where the Queen buys her books and discover some of the classiest shopping destinations in London. As you solve puzzles, fall deeper and deeper into the story and your surroundings for an immersive cultural experience. Finish your adventure at the Royal Academy of Arts.

London Literary Walking Tour (Bloomsbury)

2. London Literary Walking Tour (Bloomsbury)

This private walking tour takes you on an interesting 2.5 hour walk around the Bloomsbury district of London. What Montmartre in Paris is to the world of art then so is Bloomsbury to the world of literature. Bloomsbury was the center of the English-speaking literary world in the 19th and 20th centuries and to a degree still is.  The beautiful squares and quiet neighborhoods created a special community where writers from around the world would come to live and write in a creative atmosphere. On this tour you will visit the homes of a number of world-renowned writers, see the largely unchanged neighborhoods that they lived in and which helped form some of the greatest works of literature of all time. Just some of the places you will visit include the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, Charles Darwin and the Suffragette Millicent Garrett Fawcett. You'll see the building that inspired George Orwell and his Ministry of Truth in 1984. Learn about the tragic life of Virginia Woolf, a prominent member of the Bloomsbury Group and the location of where Sir Arthur Conan Doyle invented the famous sleuth Sherlock Holmes and why he never liked his famous detective. Such luminaries as Gertrude Stein, Aleister Crowley, Charles Dickens, Oscar Wilde and WB Yeats round off the tour, not forgetting J M Barrie whose wonderful story of Peter Pan continues to help a world-famous children’s hospital in London to this day.

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Although some of the directions weren’t detailed enough and it took us 3 hours rather than 1.5, I would highly recommend this activity. I booked this for myself and my two children (15 and 12) and before they knew it they’d walked more than 3km; they were so caught up in finding the locations and solving the riddles and learning a little history that they didn’t mind the exercise :)