The Award winning TV crime drama Peaky Blinders follows the exploits of the Shelby family, better known as the Peaky Blinders gang. The first series of the show is set in Birmingham in 1919, shortly after World War One and has primarily been filmed in Liverpool, as well as various locations throughout the North West of England.
Liverpool was chosen to be the main setting for this hugely popular BBC series due to its well preserved Victorian industrial architecture and being a film friendly city.
We are working in partnership with the creators of Peaky Blinders, Caryn Mandabach Productions and Tiger Aspect Productions, a part of Endemol Shine Group to bring you the OFFICIAL Peaky Blinders Tour of Liverpool plus Tommy’s Mansion. Setting out from Liverpool fans will have the opportunity to see filming locations in Cheshire, Stockport, Manchester and around the North West whilst hearing anecdotes about the making of all five series of the show.
The tour has been updated for 2020 and will now include locations dotted around the North West of England whilst starting and finishing in Liverpool. The locations on this tour will be different to those on the Half Day Peaky Blinders Tour.
On this eight hour guided coach tour, you will delve into the history of the real Peaky Blinders; learn about the areas in North West England that have been used to film many scenes from the show including Arley Hall which doubled as Tommy’s stately home from series three onwards.
Setting off from Liverpool the tour will visit to the centre of Manchester where you will see the site of Tommy and Luca’s showdown from Series 4 as well as the location of the car bombing outside Tommy’s office from Series 5.
The next stop of the tour is the beautiful suburb where Michael recuperated in hospital in Series 4.
The afternoon section of the tour will visit the exterior location of Oswald Mosley’s rally in Series 5.
Then its onto the jewel in the crown of Peaky Blinders locations at Arley Hall in Cheshire. This has featured prominently as Tommy’s Mansion in the show from Series 3 to Series 5. You will get a guided tour of the house and grounds, see the exhibition on display, enjoy a spot of lunch and also have time to explore this stunning location independently after.
The final stop of the day is the the location featured as ‘Camden Town’ in the show.
At the end of the tour you will be taken back to St Georges Hall, opposite Liverpool Lime Street Station where the tour started. Tripadvisor Customer Reviews
Don’t forget to book on the Half Day Peaky Blinders Tour which departs on the Saturday before and see even more Peaky blinders filming locations in and around Liverpool.
Select Sundays departing at 9:30am & 9:45am (29 Mar, 12 & 26 Apr, 31 May, 28 Jun, 12 & 26 Jul, 16 Aug, 27 Sep & 25 Oct 2020)
8 ½ hours
Adult (16 years+): £60 Groups (10 or more persons): £50
Outside St George’s Hall, Central Liverpool
St Georges Hall, Liverpool
Professional guide, transport in a coach, admissions
Gratuities (optional) and lunch
1-5 persons: £850-£950 (Group price NOT per person)
6+ persons: Contact us for a quote
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