East End Graffiti and Street Art Tour
The alternative, trendy, and recently gentrified, London’s East End is one of the most vibrant and exciting areas in town – and Free Tours By Foot is ready to help you discover the art, history, and outrageous stories that help make the East End the vibrant part of London that nobody wants to miss!
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Our tour will introduce you to some of the most amazing and innovative street art you will ever see!
For street art enthusiasts around the world, London’s East End is the top of a must-visit list of worldwide street art locations, and we’re ready to show it all to you.
Jam-packed full of eclectic, interesting, shocking, and beautiful street art, this area of London is practically blanketed in some of the most famous street art in existence.
Come with Free Tours By Foot as we traipse along these cobbled streets, exploring all the art there is to see: from massive murals and pieces that take up entire buildings, to the tiny hidden pieces you’d miss if you didn’t have anybody to tell you where to look! And did I hear somebody say ‘Banksy’..?
Spend a couple of hours with us on this London Graffiti and Street Art Tour and discover that Brick Lane and the alternative neighbourhoods of the East End are real treasure troves of goodies!
Learn why immigrants made the East End their home, how this eclectic community evolved from Victorian slums to its’ present-day trend-setting district, and learn the stories of those who helped shape this area of London into one of the most diverse and interesting spots in the city.
Tracing the paths of some of the most eccentric and revolutionary characters in London’s history, Free Tours by Foot is ready to show you the London you won’t fin in your tourist guidebooks!
Sights we visit or cover on the London Graffiti and Street Art Tour:
- Street Art
- Whitechapel (made famous by the ‘Whitechapel Murders’ – committed by Jack the Ripper)
- Liverpool Street
- The Old Jewish Quarter
- Brick Lane
Our guides are also available for talks and workshops. Contact us for more information.
Reservations: Click here to reserve.
The tour ends within walking distance of Shoreditch High Street and Liverpool Street Stations.
Duration: Approximately 2.5 hours.
When: @11:00 (Fri, Sat, Sun) and @14:00 (Sat, Sun, Mon, Tues, Thur)
Cost: This tour is free to take, and you get to decide what, if anything, the tour was worth when it’s done. A name-your-own-price tour is a tour for anyone’s budget.
Save even more money with a London tourist discount card.