Learn the stories behind some of the most famous exhibits at the British Museum in London on a 3-hour guided tour. Then, jump onto a bus to lively Camden Market, and immerse yourself in an explosion of vibrant colors, fashions, and scents.
What to Expect
Discover one of London’s most fascinating attractions on a guided tour of the British Museum, before catching a bus to the lively neighborhood of Camden Town, just north of the museum.
Founded in 1753, the British Museum’s collection of relics and handicrafts from all corners of the earth is legendary, providing a peek inside the mind-set of the Enlightenment, when science ruled and England’s maritime empire was on the rise.
Divided into many sections that reflect all periods and geographical areas of the world, the museum can be difficult to navigate on your own. Your guide will lead you on a route that takes in all the main objects, including the “Rosetta Stone,” “Elgin Marbles,” and remains of the “Mauseleo of Halicarnassus,” one of the 7 Wonders of the Ancient World.
See megalithic sculptures from Easter Island, and Roman Empire era remains that were unearthed in England and showcase the union between the Latin civilization and the British.
Then, climb aboard a double-decker bus and journey to Camden Town Market, one of London’s most colorful sights. Enter the labyrinth of stalls to experience the market’s multiculturalism, and discover Gothic fashion, herbal scents, and truly unusual objects and crafts.
End with a stroll along the banks of Regent's Canal, gateway to one of London’s most beautiful urban walks, and one of the best views from Primrose Hill.