Come explore the playground of the Bright Young Things!
From luxurious hotels to lavish blocks of flats, the ‘Art Deco in Mayfair‘ walking tour explores the area’s 1920s and 1930s architecture as well as the (in)famous characters (think Gabrielle ‘Coco’ Chanel, Harry Gordon Selfridge and the Mitford Sisters) who once lived and worked in this exclusive enclave throughout the Jazz Age period.
‘I really think [Yannick’s] itineraries are fantastic – full of fascinating information and winding round areas that I’ve been close to, but never actually gone into, before. They are brilliantly researched and highly original. I enjoyed [the ‘Mayfair’ tour] enormously.’ – @LondonSlant
This tour is aimed at seasoned Londoners and tourists who are looking to explore the West End from an architectural perspective. An ideal gift for history buffs as well as fans of all things ‘Art Deco’, this walk can also be booked as a private tour for birthdays, weddings or any other special occasions.
The meeting point for this tour is by the Ballroom Entrance of the Sheraton Grand London Park Lane Hotel (see the map below). The closest transport links are Green Park Station (Jubilee Line, Piccadilly Line and Victoria Line) and Hyde Park Corner Tube Station (Piccadilly Line). Lasting about two hours, the tour finishes by Selfridges & Co on Oxford Street, with Bond Street Tube Station (Central Line and Jubilee Line) and Marble Arch Tube Station (Central Line) being the closes transport links.
The tour costs £12 (regular) / £10 (students and seniors) per person and tickets are available for purchase on Eventbrite. All pricings for private group tours are available upon request.
If you have any further questions about the tours or if you would like to organise a private walk, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with me either via my Contact Page or email me directly at: firstname.lastname@example.org. I will reply to you as quickly as possible.