I have lived in London for just over 17 years now and have tried most tourism experiences from the very well known to the rather esoteric.
This London Loo tour also covers old Loo’s with new uses. Several of the older underground public bathrooms have now been changed into coffee shops and bars.
For a cost of £120 guests receive four gin-based cocktails, a bottle of personalised gin and a bottle of Portobello Road Gin fantastic value for money.
What makes this London museum so unique is that it has been designed for all of your senses.
If you want to experience afternoon tea but are looking for something different then the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party is for you.
The railway opened in 1927. Although it was designed for mail rather than people the stations actually resembled tube stations as did the sounds.