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Street Art Walking Tour

by Street Art London
per traveller Price is 121 kr
Duration: 2h Free cancellation available No Booking Fees E-voucher (printout not required) Offered in: English Offered in: English

Highlights

  • Close-up look at London’s vibrant street art culture

  • World-class art by Banksy, Space Invader & Conor Harrington

  • Over 40 works in varied media, from chewing gum to paint

  • The epicentre of London’s street art scene on Brick Lane

  • Commentary on the artists & works by a knowledgeable guide

Highlights

  • Close-up look at London’s vibrant street art culture

  • World-class art by Banksy, Space Invader & Conor Harrington

  • Over 40 works in varied media, from chewing gum to paint

  • The epicentre of London’s street art scene on Brick Lane

  • Commentary on the artists & works by a knowledgeable guide

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10:00 AM, Street Art Walking Tour in English

Duration 2h

Live Commentary in English.

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Total price is 120, taxes included

No booking or credit card fees

Street Art Walking Tour

Activity Location

London EC1Y 1BE

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Old Street Tube Station

    Old Street Tube Station

    London EC1Y 1BE


Description

Hit the pavement for an exceptional walking tour that reveals East London’s most impressive street art. Admire world-class works and thought-provoking pieces from the likes of Banksy, Space Invader, David Walker, C215, Stik and D-face as you learn about this controversial and exciting art form.

Begin your tour on East London’s Old Street and branch out to Shoreditch, Hoxton and Brick Lane—the backstreets and buildings of these inner city areas have become the epicentre of street art in the United Kingdom. Follow your knowledgeable guide and keep your eyes peeled for hidden works and discreet pieces from some of the world’s most renowned street artists.

Your tour takes you in search of 40 dynamic pieces in a variety of styles and media, such as Alexis Diaz’s morphing animal imagery—think octopuses turning into elephants—and Ben Wilson’s chewing gum art. Gaze at stunning military murals that meld the historic and the modern by Irish artist Conor Harrington, or ponder the giant, fluorescent mushrooms of Christiaan Nagel.

Due to the constantly changing nature of this popular art form, no two tours are alike—roll with the surprises and treasures in store as your guide selects a new route to include the newest and most exciting pieces on the street.


Inclusions

  • Guided walking tour of London

  • Live tour commentary provided in English


Know Before You Book

  • Children aged 11 and younger are complimentary when accompanied by a paying adult.

  • You must be able to climb and descend stairs and walk on unpaved or uneven terrain.

  • Check-in is 15 minutes prior to the booked tour start time.


Street Art Walking Tour ratings based on 21 verified reviews

Expedia-verified reviews

4.6 out of 5

1/5 11 Sep 2019

Book at your own risk. There is no way to identify the meeting location or guide. I couldn't contact them and it took Expedia a couple days to get a response back. So I didn't take this tour and I didn't get a refund. Just walk around this area and Camden Town yourself.

Welton D

United States

2/5 4 Aug 2019

Others will surely disagree, and that it their choice and it's all about expectations. We expected a tour of Street Art that was similar to what is in the advert for the tour - a touching, complex portrait in compelling color. We viewed things quite dissimilar. We had a train to catch and only managed to make it through 70 minutes of the 120 minute tour. so to be fair, we may have missed what we very well expected. However, even if we did not have a train to catch, we would have never made it through the tour. The first 12 minutes included a lecture while stationary at the Underground entrance - instead of being en route to viewable art. We then saw a few interesting installations, which is why the tour got two instead of one star. But things broke down when we got to the artist that paints on discarded gum. We spent a good 30 minutes looking at piece after piece after piece ad nauseum. Could not endure another minute and bailed. Why spend so much time on one guy? Boring.

George R

United States