East End And Street Art Tour

Starts every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday outside Liverpool Street Station at 15:00

Discover London’s most creative and culturally diverse area. The East End is the bohemian heart of London, as famous now for its booming street art scene, fashion boutiques and curry houses as it once was infamous for its poverty, violence and gangsters. You’ll see work by street artists, including Banksy (and many others less well known), hear about the eccentric characters and waves of immigration that have shaped this area and hopefully get a feel for what makes this such an enduringly vibrant part of London. The tour takes about two hours.

TICKETS £12 online / £14 if purchased at the start of the tour. For children aged 6 to 15 years, tickets are £10 and £12 respectively.


• Street art by famous street artists such as Banksy

• Brick Lane

• Spitalfields Market

• History of the different cultures that

have shaped the area

• Jack the Ripper

• East End gangsters

• Hidden locations off the tourist trail



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Group Bookings

For all bookings of eight or more people, including school groups and work social events, please get in touch to book a private tour. Booking a private tour allows you to tailor the tour itinerary to your needs and choose your own start time.

How to find us

The tour departs from the Children’s Statue outside Liverpool St station at 15:00 every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. 

  1. From Liverpool St station (on the central, circle, hammersmith and city lines), walk up the stairs opposite platforms three and four.

  2. The Children’s Statue will be in front of you as you exit the station (it’s opposite the McDonalds, in case you need another place marker).
  3. We’ll be there with a smile and our orange umbrellas!