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'Doctor Who' TV Locations Tour of London

49 reviews
| 2 hours 30 minutes


At a glance
Category: Tours
Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Comprehensive tour of the city
Explore the local streets on a walking tour of the city
Informative, friendly and professional guide
This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, 21 New Globe Walk, London SE1 9DT England

Pass by the iconic theatre featured in the David Tennant episode 'The Shakespeare Code'.

Duration: 5 minutes

Professional guide
Food and drinks
Hotel pickup and drop-off
Oyster card or travel card for short bus ride- Zone 1
Entry/Admission - Shakespeare's Globe Theatre


Meeting point
London SE1 9QU, UK


Jul 2018

Fiona was a great guide as she is just as big as a fan as we were.
The Tour was very interesting and held lots of inside- and behind the scenes facts, but also Facts about the actors and writers of the show.
The length of the tour was fine, as time just flew by and I could have gone on all day!
Because it was a very hot day, Fiona made sure to alsways find a space in the shade for us to stand in while she was doing her presentations.
Definitely worth the price.

Feb 2018

The tour guide was a total Dr. Who NERD!! Highest possible compliment there was a movie being filmed but he was able to move us around and give us a few insights into how things are filmed. Definitely a spring or summer day tour but the guide was fantastic!! Since Dr. Who isn't really filmed in London there are only a few spots to really visit but once again the guide still made it interesting.

Dec 2017

Our tour guide Jass is great! He is ture Doctor Who Fan. The tour not only visit DW's filming location but also London famous attractions. It is great to join this tour as I have more understanding about the history of the attraction and how it's related to DW. Love it!

Oct 2017

It was cool to visit some of the places where they shot the scenes, it was a large group so you have to stand closer to be able to hear. Not too much walking. Overall I will recommend to Whovians.

Aug 2017

Craig our Tour Guide was AMAZING! He had so much information not only about Dr. Who but about the London area. I am glad we took this tour early in out trip to London because we had people travel in to meet us later and I kept saying to them, I learned that on our Dr. Who tour. It became a running joke but I will definitely consider this company for future tours on our return trips! THANK YOU!!

Feb 2017

If youre a Dr Who fan you will love this tour. Dewi, our tour guide, was clearly a devoted fan and it showed in his attitude. He was entertaining and passionate in taking us through the different places in London where the series was filmed. Even if youre not a Dr Who fan I still would recommend this tour as you get to see a lot of places around London and Dewi also had a good knowledge of the general history of the areas covered.

Apr 2018

Really enjoyed the tour, our tour guide was quite funny, and very informative. I even learned some things about Doctor Who I didn't know, so that was a bonus. I'm glad I did this tour with a friend, and I would recommend it to any DW fan.

Oct 2017

Very nice tour but I was expecting the Tower of London to be on the itinerary, instead it was pointed out to us from the London bridge.

Jan 2017

Dewi is a good humoured and pleasant guide - knowledgeable and thoughtful.

Oct 2017

Paid for 3 tickets through Viator for a 10:30am Dr Who Walking Tour in London on Aug 4, 2017. Showed up at 10:34 few minutes late due to a train station closure--no one there. No one in the area--we looked all around, hoping to catch up--found two other walking tours but not this one. Called the customer service number listed on the vouchers only to get a recording that says this number does not receive incoming calls. I emailed the Viator later that day. The reply said it was our problem for being late, they do not know the tour route anyway nor how to contact the tour provider BritMovieTours, but if I'd like to PAY AGAIN they'd be happy to book us for a tour the next day. Yeah, right, like I'd give more money to a company with this kind of customer service. Over the course of the day they sent more emails, offering first a 25 then a 50 discount on re-booking. If they had room in the tour, why not just let us take the tour? We had already paid for it! I took the kids to the Dr. Who Museum instead out of the way but fun and booked with a DIFFERENT walking tour company whotourlondon for the next day where we received a private tour for about the same price as the Viator one. So, Viator/BritMovie Tour companies got to keep their money for providing nothing, but they have forever lost a customer. I'll never understand why companies spend so much money advertising to attract new customers and then treat their actual customers so poorly.

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