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The Ghost Bus Tours London
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Behold the gruesome past of London. Built on bone and blood by Roman conquerors nearly two millennia ago, the long and violent history of the capital makes it a hotbed of lingering spiritual menace and malevolent paranormal activity. It’s bloody, it’s brutish, it’s packed with the tortured souls of the dead, and it’s perfect for one of our award-winning haunted tours.
London is bursting with sights and stories of the otherworldly, and for those with the courage to explore the darker side of history, it’s a sight to see. And from where better to bask in the depravity of the capital’s coloured past than aboard our own twisted version of a London tour bus, The Ghost Bus Tours? A 1960s Routemaster bus with an eerie backstory and a serious gothic edge, The Ghost Bus is the haunted chariot that’ll carry you on your journey throughout the darkest corners of history.
As we make our wicked way across London, we will encounter all the most famous sights of the city, including The Houses of Parliament, London Bridge, Westminster Abbey, Downing Street, Tower Bridge, St. Paul's Cathedral and The Tower of London. From the demon barber of Fleet Street to the Cross Bones Graveyard of Southwark, from the famous tombs of Westminster Abbey to the black dog of Newgate Prison, the capital has had more than its fair share of pain and misery, and the necromantic powers of The Ghost Bus will bring that all to life. And it’s not just the restless spirits of London’s many landmarks that you’ll have to fear. It is said that the bus harbours a few dark passengers of its own, and considering its past as a funeral bus, how could it not? If you decide to board The Ghost Bus Tours, be prepared for a few surprises along the way…
This London sightseeing tour lasts approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes (depending on traffic), and you will be dropped off again at our stop on Northumberland Avenue.