Everyone at Tours of the UK would like to say thank you to all the NHS staff, members of the police and fire services, and members of the armed forces who are working so hard during the COVID19 Pandemic. To say thank you for all your hard work, we are taking the unprecedented step of offering 2 free tickets for any of our public walking tours to anyone who works for the NHS, Police, and Fire services, and Armed Forces through 2020 and 2021.
Many of our staff have family and friends who are key workers, and so we know how difficult this time is for you all and we hope that our offer of 2 free tickets on a tour of your choice gives you something to look forward to in the future. We have made a commitment that every key worker who wants to join us on one of our tours can – and we promise to work with you and your commitments to find a suitable tour for you. The 2 free tickets can be taken either on one tour (and split between yourself and a plus one) or if you would prefer to enjoy the tour on your own, over two tours.
The tours available with this offer are as follows:
Doctor Who Walking Tour of Cardiff City Centre and Cardiff Bay
Sightseeing Tour of Cardiff City Centre and Cardiff Bay
His Dark Materials Tour of Cardiff (launching spring 2021)
Doctor Who Walking Tour of London
Downton Abbey Walking Tour of London
Harry Potter Walking Tour of London
James Bond Walking Tour of London
Public Sightseeing Walking Tour of Central London, Whitehall, & Westminster
Public Sightseeing Walking
Tour of The City of London
Sherlock Holmes Walking Tour of London
Spy Walking Tour of London
The Crown Walking Tour of London
Winston Churchill Walking Tour of London
His Dark Material Walking Tour of Oxford
Harry Potter Walking Tour of Oxford
While we are currently unable to run tours due to the lock down, and because of this we have removed the dates when the tours are running from our website, we are hoping that the restrictions will be eased by the summer of 2020 and that some tours will be operating throughout June, July and August 2020 with everything (hopefully) back to normal by spring 2021.