Resuming Public and Private Walking Tours

Last updated 15 October 2020

The Department of Culture, Media and Sports have confirmed that guided tours are exempt from the Rule of Six and can go ahead in line with Government Coronavirus Guidance (below clause 2.1);

“Guided tours: If it is possible to ensure that groups of more than six (or larger if they are from one household) do not mingle on a guided tour, it can go ahead. People must stay in their own group at all times throughout the tour. Tours may take place indoors or outdoors provided businesses undertake risk assessments in line with this guidance document and put any necessary mitigations in place.”

Public walks and private tours are limited to 10 attendees and individual parties booking onto tours should comply with the rule of six.

You can see the list of public walking tours and book here. If you have any questions or you want to organise a bespoke, private walking tour you can contact me using the form on this page.

You can read the Look Up London risk assessment and what I’m doing to keep tour attendees, members of the public and myself safe here.

Visit Britain have outlined the industry standards needed to reopen businesses in travel and tourism and Look Up London is officially ‘good to go’.

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