MBD Consulting: London tickets
  • Sightseeing

    BIG BUS TOUR

    Your open-top bus tour offers you a day to explore all of London’s famous landmarks and reveals London’s colourful 2,000- year history and the hop-on, hop-off facility will enable you to get on and off the bus at many places of interest. Your tour includes your a choice of a recorded commentary or a live commentary delivered by entertaining guides, a free cruise on the river Thames and four guided walking tours for you to enjoy. The Big Bus Sightseeing Tour is a safe and relaxed way to experience this great city. The perfect introduction to London and a fun day out for all.

  • Attraction

    BUCKINGHAM PALACE STATE ROOM AND ROYAL MEWS

    Used by The Queen and the Royal Family to receive and entertain their guests, the State Rooms are open to visitors during August and September. This ticket includes entry to the Royal Mews, one of the finest working stables in existence. This 60th anniversary of one of the most momentous occasions in British history, the Coronation of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, will be marked by a major exhibition bringing together for the first time, an array of dress, uniform and robes worn by the principal royal party. Works of art, paintings and objects used on the day recreate the atmosphere of that extraordinary occasion.

  • Attraction

    HAMPTON COURT PALACE

    Hampton Court has grown from humble beginnings in the 11th century to one of the finest palaces in the world. Over 800 years of history can be explored through this magnificent palace whose previous owners include Cardinal Wolsey, Henry VIII and Elizabeth I. Visitors are offered an introductory exhibition, a guide through Tudor kitchens, a costume guide tour, and the opportunity to see the Queen’s state apartments, the King’s apartments, the Wolsey and Georgian rooms, and the most impressive Great Hall, Englands last and greatest medievel hall.

  • Tour

    HARRODS VINTAGE BUS TOUR

    Enjoy a live narrated half-day tour of London on a beautifully restored Green Harrods double-decker bus. See Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, The London Eye, Westminster Abbey, Downing Street, Trafalgar Square, Nelson’s Column, Hyde Park, the Houses of Parliament, The Royal Albert Hall and more. Then, take a cruise on the River Thames. Watch the Changing of the Guard and enjoy photo stops at Westminster Abbey and the Tower of London, before ending at Harrods for lunch and shopping. This affordable and enjoyable tour is the perfect add-on to any London itinerary!

  • Tour

    HARRY POTTER – WARNER BROS. STUDIO TOUR LONDON

    People the world-over have been enchanted by the Harry Potter films for nearly a decade. And now, for the first time, the doors are going to be opened for everyone at the studio where it first began. You’ll have the chance to go behind-the-scenes and see many things the camera never showed. From breathtakingly detailed sets to stunning costumes, props and animatronics, explore a unique showcase of the extraordinary British artistry, technology and talent that went into making the most successful film series of all time. Tour includes return transportation.

  • Attraction

    HOUSEHOLD CAVALRY MUSEUM

    You’ve seen the Changing of the Guard, now look behind the scenes at the work that goes into the ceremonial duties and operational roles of the Household Cavalry. Through a large glazed partition, watch troopers working with their horses in the original 18th century stables and browse a collection representing over 300 years of military history. The experience comes alive with compelling personal stories, first hand accounts of the troopers’ rigorous and demanding training, interactive displays and stunning rare objects – many on public display for the first time.

  • Tour

    JACK THE RIPPER COACH AND WALKING TOUR

    Your tour begins with a coach drive direct to the dark side of London. See the Old Bailey, the Royal London Hospital where the Elephant Man lived, and where Braveheart was tortured, and hear tales of gangland warfare, butcherous barbers and great train robbers. In the East End, a hotbed of crime and vice in the 19th century, you’ll leave the coach and walk his death trail inspecting the murder sites, deciphering the evidence and discussing his suspects. End the tour in the Sherlock Holmes Pub, which boasts a wide collection of the investigators memorabilia.

  • Attraction

    KENSINGTON PALACE

    After a £12 million transformation, explore new gardens, shop, café and terrace as well as four redesigned visitor routes revealing both the secret and public lives of Kensington’s inhabitants. Discover stories from Queen Victoria’s life told in her own words in the new Victoria Revealed exhibition; master the games of royal court in the magnificent King’s State Apartments; get a glimpse of a modern Princess in a special exhibition of some of Diana’s dresses and uncover the secrets of a fragile dynasty in the beautiful Queen’s State Apartments.

  • Tour

    LEEDS CASTLE, CANTERBURY, DOVER & GREENWICH

    Enjoy a private tour of Leeds Castle, described as the “loveliest castle in the world”, exploring the chapel, galleries, courtyards and banqueting hall. Then, see the famous white cliffs of Dover with a scenic drive along the old coastal road before stopping for lunch (not included). Then visit the ancient city of Canterbury and its Cathedral, the center of Christian worship for almost 1,700 years. Finally, end the tour with a visit through Greenwich, and enjoy an exclusive reception of tea/sparkling wine and muffins, as you gently cruise on the Thames back to central London.

  • Tour

    MAGIC OF LONDON WITH CHAMPAGNE TEA AT HARRODS

    Following a coach drive past London’s most famous landmarks, arrive at the Tower of London and be met by Yeoman Warder for a private tour, including the Crown Jewels) before it opens to the public. After free time, head to The Mall to watch the Changing of the Guard ceremony. Next, a short cruise on the River Thames before a traditional pub lunch (food/drink not included). At St Paul’s Cathedral, listen to the 1695 organ that Mendelssohn played, and gain special entry to Whispering Gallery, not usually visited by groups. End with Champagne Tea Service at Harrods.

  • Tour

    OXFORD, STRATFORD, WARWICK CASTLE & COTSWOLDS

    At Warwick Castle, the greatest medieval castle in Britain, enter over the footbridge and explore the castles ramparts, towers and gardens. In charming Stratford-Upon-Avon, you’ll explore the birthplace of William Shakespeare. Lunch in a 15th century inn in the picturesque Cotswolds (food/drink not included). Oxford, the city of dreaming spires, boasts one of the worlds greatest – and oldest – universities. Enjoy a unique, all-access tour, before heading to the colleges spectacular dining hall, chosen as a key location in the Harry Potter films.

  • Tour

    ROYAL LONDON MORNING TOUR

    Following a coach drive past London’s most famous landmarks, including Big Ben, The Houses of Parliament, and along the Embankment, arrive at the Tower of London and be met by Yeoman Warder for a private tour, including being the first group of the day to see the Crown Jewels before it opens to the public. After free time, head to The Mall to watch the Changing of the Guard ceremony. Next, a short cruise on the River Thames ending near Big Ben, where you can depart, or join the group for a traditional pub lunch in Whitehall (food/drink not included).

  • Tour

    ROYAL MORNING WINDSOR CASTLE TOUR

    At Windsor Castle, over 900 years of royal history are waiting for you. From William the Conqueror all the way through to our current Queen, successive monarchs have lived here and left their mark on what is now the largest continuously occupied castle in the world. Your ticket allows entrance to the castle, so you can see for yourself the splendour of St. Georges Chapel and the sumptuous state apartments. Then explore Windsor itself is a pretty town full of traditional shops and historic pubs.

  • Exhibition

    SHAKESPEARE’S GLOBE TOUR & EXHIBITION

    The Globe’s expert guides will take you on a fascinating tour of the iconic Globe Theatre and auditorium, bringing the space to life with colourful stories of the 1599 Globe, of the reconstruction process in the 1990s, and of how the ‘wooden O’ works today as an imaginative and experimental theatrical space. Then, imagine the Globe as it would have been: the centre of what was once London’s most notorious entertainment district, surrounded by raucous taverns and bawdy-houses. The Globe Exhibition, housed beneath the Globe, uses modern technology and traditional crafts to bring Shakespeare’s world to life.

  • Attraction

    TOWER OF LONDON

    There are dozens of amazing sights and activities at the Tower. Be dazzled by the 23,578 gems that make up the Crown Jewels, including the world’s most famous diamonds; join a Yeoman Warder tour (included in your admission ticket) and you’ll be entertained by tales from the Tower; see five hundred years of spectacular royal armor; explore the new interactive prisoners’ exhibition.

  • Tour

    TOTAL LONDON FULL-DAY TOUR WITH LONDON EYE

    Following a coach drive past London’s most famous landmarks, arrive at the Tower of London and be met by Yeoman Warder for a private tour, including the Crown Jewels) before it opens to the public. After free time, head to The Mall to watch the Changing of the Guard ceremony. Next, a short cruise on the River Thames before a traditional pub lunch (food/drink not included). At St Paul’s Cathedral, listen to the 1695 organ that Mendelssohn played, and gain special entry to Whispering Gallery, not usually visited by groups. End with a flight on the London Eye!

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    WINDSOR CASTLE, STONEHENGE AND BATH W/ LUNCH

    Be amongst the first people to enter Windsor Castle, where 900 years of royal history are waiting to be discovered. See Runnymede where the Magna Carta was signed in 1215. Soak up the charming atmosphere of your traditional pub lunch, included in the price. Unlock the secrets of Stonehenge, the remarkable and mysterious feat of engineering and design. Enjoy a guided tour of the beautiful Georgian city of Bath, followed by time to shop and explore – why not head to the Jane Austen Centre or enjoy afternoon tea in the Pump Rooms while listening to a string quartet?