The Crown Walking Tour of London allows you to explore the lives and the world of HM The Queen and Prince Phillip. Played by Claire Foy and Matt Smith in the acclaimed Netflix hit TV series you will get to see many of the filming and real life locations up close.
Starting at Temple tube station and finishing outside Buckingham Palace, the tour will show you some of the central London filming locations from the first two series. On the way you will learn about how the series was made, and how “The Crown” has captured the hearts of so many people including, if rumours are to be believed, the Queen herself.
We will also explore some of the differences between the real-life events and people that inspired the series and their Crown counterparts and how filming was required to work around the restrictions of the Royal Household, (where discretion is always the better part of valour), the Royal Palaces (where only News and Documentary crews may go) and how London has changed since Queen Elizabeth II took to the throne in 1952.
As part of the tour you will see where the Queen and Prince Phillip arrived at a Norman Wisdom event, where ‘Porchey’ proposes to Jean Wendell, the Suez Canal protest, Margaret at the Ambassador’s Ball and Lord Mountbatten’s London Home, the real and on-screen depiction of Clarence House and much more.
Select Saturdays at 10:30am (19 May – 28 Sep 2019)
Private Walking Tours available – see bottom of page
Adult (16 years+): £12 Child (3 – 15 years): £10
Groups (10 or more persons): £9
Temple tube station
1-30 persons: £180 (Group price NOT per person)
31+ persons contact us for a quote
The Crown Tour of Filming locations is a guided day tour of filming locations for the hit Netflix show including historic sites across London.