At Loo Tours we are committed to making our tour as accessible as possible for all who wish to join us. We have attempted to provide as much information as possible below to help you plan your visit.
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Navigating the Routes
(Steps, curbs & lifts)
All tours cover approximately 1.5 miles at a moderate walking pace.
All tours last between 1.5 and 2 hours.
The Original Loo Tour Route
The tour crosses the Jubilee/Hungerford Bridge which is accessible via lift from the South Bank & Embankment sides.*
Please note that several street-crossings on the route do not have dropped curbs.
The final venue on the route (Cellar Door Cocktai Bar) is accessible only via steps
The majority of this tour travels uphill at a gentle slope.
This tour finishes in the Covent Garden area, a 15 minute walk back to the starting point, and a short walk to Charring Cross, Holburn and Covent Garden Stations.
* Very ocasionally the Jubilee Brige lift goes out of service due to bridge maintainance, which is unfortunately out of our control. If you require lift access please let us know in advance and we will confirm that it is working the day before the tour. In the event that it is not functional we will be happy to refund or transfer your booking to another date.
The Bloomsbury Route
The tour travels through University College London and The British Museum, both of which offer lift access.
The two historic toilets on this tour are accessible via steps only (both are downstairs in pubs.)
This Tour finishes approximately 1.5 miles from the starting point, a short walk to Holburn, Chancery Lane and Temple stations, and busses on Fleet Street & the Strand.
Support Workers & PAs
We are happy to provide free places to support workers & PAs. If you require an additional ticket please e-mail email@example.com with your booking reference and we will book an extra place for you.
We welcome support animals on all our tours. Some of the venues we enter on the Bloomsbury Tour may ask to see licensing.
We endevour to keep our descriptions of each stop dynamic and informative. If you would benefit from additional audio description please feel free to e-mail us or speak to the guide at the start of the tour.
Unfortunately we are generally unable to provide Sign Language Interpreters on tours. However, we are very happy to work with interpreters and to provide basic transcripts of the tour in advance where necessary.
Relaxed & Slower Paced Tours
For those who would benefit from more time or additional rest stops en-route we are happy to arrange low-cost private tours to enable you to have the fullest Loo Tours experience. Please contact us to discuss your access requirements and arrange a date.
Photo Credit: Simone Valle