East End and street art tour
Discover London’s most creative and culturally diverse area. The East End is the bohemian heart of London, as famous now for its booming street art scene, fashion boutiques and curry houses as it once was infamous for its poverty, violence and gangsters. You’ll see work by street artists, including Banksy (and many others less well known), hear about the eccentric characters and waves of immigration that have shaped this area and hopefully get a feel for what makes this such an enduringly vibrant part of London. The tour takes about two hours and starts outside Liverpool Street Station.
Find out more information on the Undiscovered London website.
Every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday from 3pm
£12 advance, £14 on the door
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