Join our Livestream ‘Greenwich London Walking Tour’ with Vincent!

On Sunday our camera will capture the best views of Greenwich, allowing you to connect with London from the comfort of your own home.

Livestream Tour Greenwich London

Watch the wonders of London LIVE from Greenwich.

We can’t welcome you in person right now because of the measures in place to combat coronavirus – but our live coverage means you won’t miss the wonders of London.

When: Sunday 19 July at 2pm BST – Live starts around 1:50pm

Route of the tour: Riverside, Riverside/The Trafalgar Tavern, Old Royal Naval College/Chapel, National Maritime Museum/Queen’s House, Park/The Observatory, The Astronomy Centre, Descend Hill.

The tour doesn’t take you inside any premises.

Tickets are 2.99£ per person.

HOW TO REGISTER in 3 steps:

1 – Please pay 2.99£ through Paypal on this link https://www.paypal.me/wondersoflondon

2 – Send a request to join this Facebook group where Vincent will go live on Sunday https://www.facebook.com/groups/greenwichlivestream

3 – Send an email to [email protected] with subject ‘GREENWICH’ and body of the email ‘your full name on Facebook’ + ’email address used for the Paypal payment’.

IF YOU DON’T FOLLOW THESE 3 STEPS, WE WON’T BE ABLE TO ACCEPT YOUR REQUEST.


Looking for cool and fun things to do online?

You can now join our new livestream tours on Facebook!

Price is just 2.99£!

Click on the image below to access the livestream tour on Facebook.

Livestream Tour Greenwich London
Sunday 19 July 2pm BST
2 Responses
  1. Vanessa Vasani

    This is a brilliant idea and I am excited to do my first tour. But the three step sign up process is going to put off a lot of people, especially since you only except PayPal.
    Can’t you simplify it?

    1. Wonders of London

      Hi Vanessa, you’re right but I am afraid now that’s the only way we can do it through Facebook. You can pay in different ways if you contact us by email 🙂

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