This 3-hour guided walking tour takes in some of the most famous London locations from the a range of films linked with some of the most famous fictional and film spys around. The tour exposes the real spy history that inspired Ian Fleming to create the world’s best-loved spy, and reveals some behind the scenes secrets. This private tour gives you, and up to 14 guests, the chance to meet a passionate spy film fan and experienced tour guide, who will be willing to answer all your questions about the locations visited during the tour, how filming was managed, what their favourite gadget is, and even where to get the best Vodka Martini!
Starting at the stunning Somerset House, this tour also highlights the history of some of London’s most iconic landmarks, such as Rules Restaurant, Buckingham Palace, and The National Gallery, which have all appeared in the James Bond films. Led by an experienced tour guide, and James Bond aficionado, this walking tour is the perfect treat.
Visit: (the tour includes, but is not limited to, the following locations)
Somerset House and learn why the crew of Goldeneye would rather stay in London than travel to Russia.
Rules Restaurant, the oldest restaurant in London, a favourite with the great and good of both the real and fictional spy world.
The National Gallery and discover how the film Skyfall was filmed, without being spotted, in one of London’s most visited tourist attractions.
Milbank – where you will be able to take photos of the real MI6 Headquarters in London. You will also uncover how fact mirrored fiction when the IRA attacked the building, and hear how EON productions managed to use the real MI6 HQ even though MI6 rejected their filming request!
Plus a host of locations taken from the life of Ian Fleming, James Bond Films, Kingsmen, the books of John LaCarrie and many many more.