Free James Bond & The History of Espionage
Duration: 2 hours
Where: The Clermont
Join the Free James Bond & The History of Espionage to step into the shoes of the world’s most famous spy, as you explore Westminster and uncover some of the most iconic locations from the James Bond films, including Die Another Day, the Living Daylights, A View to a Kill, Skyfall and SPECTRE! Hear about the time the Queen spent a few minutes with Bond for the 2012 Olympics! Take a few detours along the way to delve into the life of Bond’s creator, Ian Fleming, who spent the Second World War working in Naval Intelligence and built his own team of super spies along the way! On the Free James Bond & The History of Espionage you will wing by the Ministry of Defence to learn about the Secret Service’s real ‘C’, Mansfield Cumming, first director of the Secret Intelligence Service, and more in a fun, entertaining 2-hour stroll that will absolutely captivate you!
Meeting Point: The Clermont
In front of The Clermont, Charing Cross. (See map).
The Free James Bond & The History of Espionage ends somewhere around the Westminster Bridge.
The Free James Bond & The History of Espionage lasts for around 2 hours.
Yes! As this is England, if tours were cancelled on rainy days they would hardly depart at all. Just make sure to have suitable clothing and consider bringing an umbrella if necessary.
Go to the meeting point and look for the guide carrying a red umbrella.
Due to the high demand of the tours you can only join if you have made a reservation. So please make one; it takes a minute and it's absolutely free. Please note that we can't take groups of 6 people or more on the regular tours; for a larger group, please get in contact previously.
All the tours are free. That means that at the end of the tour, you can choose to reward the guide if you wish so, according to your enjoyment and your possibilities. A part of that goes towards covering the marketing and operational costs. This system ensures great quality in the tours, extremely high client satisfaction, and last but not least, that absolutely everyone can join regardless of their budget.