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London Graffiti Tours

#212 of 1,521 Tours in London
London, United Kingdom
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About London Graffiti Tours
We offer a range of tours to make sure that whatever type of street art you want to see there will be something to suit you and your needs. We promise to show you the very best street art around the beautiful streets of London. As we show you everything there is to see you'll also get an education too with loads to learn about all of the different street art that the capital city has to offer too! You will see street work from the likes of; Ben Eine, C215, Citizen Kane, Roa, Martin Ron, Cranio, Stik, Pure Evil, Space Invader, Ronzo, Paul Don Smith, Obey, the world famous Banksy and many more. Depending what tour you are on we also stop at a street art gallery so you can check out the very latest street art shows and also stop at the world famous 'Chrome and Black' graffiti store.
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ranjanapathak wrote a review Sep 2018
Orlando, Florida1,446 contributions154 helpful votes
London Graffiti walking tour goes around Brick lane London. They start from White Chapple Art Gallery , goes around brick lane and nearby lanes. lot of Graffiti on walls attract every one passing through these lanes. The guide was very knowledgeable and he explained every detail of the pictures. One visit can be done.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Scotchplod wrote a review Feb 2018
Lancashire29 contributions13 helpful votes
Really great 2 hour tour, even if you've no prior knowledge of street art. Interesting facts about artists; their work & life. Fairly fast paced walk, so be aware with little ones or disabilities. Fantastic tour guide though. Proper insider knowledge. All questions encouraged & answered. Can't recommend this tour highly enough. Brilliant!
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Date of experience: February 2018
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Valeria A wrote a review Dec 2017
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I took the tour with Olivia. She's knows a lot about the topic and she's really friendly. Also, you'll see another side of London that you might come across in some other places. Really really interesting. Go for it!
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Date of experience: December 2017
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Jiri H wrote a review Nov 2017
7 contributions1 helpful vote
I've attended the tour with fantastic Olivia. She was fantastic and had a lot of background knowledge on the subject.
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Date of experience: November 2017
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wendy_morris1 wrote a review Nov 2017
Edenbridge, United Kingdom17 contributions2 helpful votes
I bought 2 tickets for Frank's 2 hour tour for my granddaughter's 16th birthday; she loves art and is very creative. Sadly, the friend she had invited had to cancel. I'm so glad she did, as I got to go instead. We had no idea what to expect. Frank began by telling us a bit about himself. He was in at the start of the graffiti game, over 30 years ago, and had pictures of him tagging bridges and trains etc, and has worked all round the world on his art. He introduced us to the different forms of street art, whether it was stencil, wheat paste, sculpture, spray paint, etc. We saw many examples of each. Every street artist has his own style, and no-one is allowed to copy it, making them instantly recognisable to other artists internationally. Many of the premises have commissioned an artist to create a design on their building, either decorative or for advertising, whereas the majority of the paintings were along walls in side streets, and less permanent in nature. Banksie's Happy Chopper picture should have been amazing, were it not for the fact that the restaurant had put up a wooden fence on their roof, completely obliterating the view! Despite the cold (but dry) November day, we had an unforgettable experience, and I would definitely recommend it. From now on I shall be more observant when I'm in London; you need to be looking up, down, and everywhere in between in order to spot the works of art. Thank you Frank.
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Date of experience: November 2017
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