As Blue Badge Tourist Guides we are qualified to lead tours throughout London. You may choose to combine your visit to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park with a visit to other areas of the city. Here are just a few ideas. Contact us to discuss your visit.
We have tours focusing on areas of urban regeneration and contemporary architecture. King’s Cross, Battersea and Nine Elms, Canary Wharf and Docklands are great examples of urban regeneration.
Make a full day out and combine Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park with a visit to Greenwich and the Royal Museums.
See some of the major London highlights
- Westminster Abbey
- Houses of Parliament & Big Ben
- Buckingham Palace
- Royal Parks
- Paul’s Cathedral
- The Tower of London
Blue Badge Tourist Guides are the only external guides allowed to guide in many of the London venues.
“I would like to pass on the thanks of everyone in our group for such an enjoyable tour of the Landscape and Gardens at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park yesterday. It was very interesting to hear the ideas and concepts underlying their design and planting. I think we were all surprised at how much development and building work is still in progress. It was exciting and very appropriate to finish our tour at the Velodrome, especially in light of what happened in the cycling in Rio yesterday evening.”Anne Jones
Maritime history and stunning architecture.
- The National Maritime Museum
- The Royal Observatory and Prime Meridian
- The Queen’s House
- The Cutty Sark Clipper
- The Royal Park
London Docklands & Canary Wharf – Urban Regeneration Tours
A massive feat of civic engineering turned a once derelict Docklands into 97 acres of sought after office and retail space. Canary Wharf is home to more than 112,000 jobs, 5 malls, restaurants, performing arts and events, award winning stations. The instantly recognizable skyline sits among landscaped parks, fountains, tree-lined plazas and walkways. We can also explore the Royal Docks and wider area.
King’s Cross development – Urban Regeneration Tours
After 150 years of industrial use, the area to the north of King’s Cross station is being transformed into a vibrant new city quarter. There are new homes, shopping, offices, cultural venues, bars and restaurants, there’s even a university. Historic buildings are being restored and complemented by contemporary architecture. These buildings are set within a framework of new parks, squares and streets.
Book a walking tour with us and discover King’s Cross.