Our Public Walking Tours last approximately 2 hours, finishing in a pub or bar where those who are so inclinded can continue to chat. London Loo Tours has been educating and entertaining folks for years on the development of sanitation in London and sharing their secrets on where you can pee for free.
Waterloo Station Toilets (opposite Platform 19)
You gotta go. You find a place. You flush. That's about it, you don't think about it. Could there be more? Oh yes! Join us on this interesting and thought provoking walk about toilets, sanitation, and other fun historical facts about going to the Loo! This walking tour covers iconic London from a new perspective, introducing guests to the history and surprisingly dynamic modern politics of the Public Toilet. You'll never have felt more British, as you learn about 'spending a penny' at the Great Exibition of 1851 and explore London's current most patriotic toilet.
Euston Square Station
Our Bloomsbury Loo Tour will burst open the lavatorial door to another side of the toilet saga! This tour dives deeper into the history of Public Health in England and how evolving understandings of disease informed the rise of the modern waterclost. Highlights include the site of the world's first toilet museum at University College London to the battle of the sexes in the British Museum and a Grade II listed loo.