London Art Deco Tour

This fascinating tour will take you to the art deco hotspots in the Capital. Here’s just a taster of what you could see….


  • 10 hours
  • Please note that the standard pick up time is : 8:00am, if you wish to arrange a different pick up time, please enter in the special requests/ comments section when creating the booking.
  • We will pick you up at a location of your choosing - please supply this info while booking using relevant section on bookform.

Daily Telegraph building

  • Situated in London’s famous Fleet Street, the Daily Telegraph building is a must-see for the art deco fan. It was designed in 1928 and along with the nearby Daily Express building showcases art deco architecture at its best. Both buildings are now owned by Goldman Sachs bank.

The Savoy

  • Enjoy a Martini in splendid art deco luxury – and stay here for a night or two in one of the lavishly furnished rooms. This landmark hotel is on the famous Strand, overlooking the Thames. Just about every celeb you can think of has stayed here, from Jimi Hedrix to Frank Sinatra, and it was also the setting for the film Notting Hill’s romantic finale.

The Hoover Building

  • You shouldn’t miss The Hoover Building in West London, as it’s one of the capital’s foremost examples of art deco architecture. It was designed for the Hoover Company, by architects Wallis Gilbert, between 1931 and 1935. It’s now owned by Tesco – so you can buy your tea bags in style!

Eltham Palace

  • This opulent art deco home is attached to a medieval palace. Constructed in 1933 for millionaire Stephen Coulthard, it has some ground-breaking features including centralised vacuum cleaning and a loudspeaker system. There’s also a special lift for the pet monkey. Eltham Palace also arrange special events such as art deco tours, medieval jousting, and great stuff for the kids too. Nearby attractions include the famous antiques markets in Greenwich, the National Maritime Museum, Chislehurst Caves and The Royal Artillery Museum.

Battersea Power Station

  • This glorious building, completed in 1934, used to be a power station, designed by Giles Gilbert Scott. There have been many ideas to renovate and make use of the structure, but it’s sadly currently derelict. Work is currently underway, however, to improve the integrity of the 4 great deco chimneys.


  • This hotel was redesigned in art deco style in the 1920s – and is one of the most beautiful places in the world to take afternoon tea. Admire the sculptures, made with Lalique glass… then head for nearby Bond Street for a spot of shopping…

Why We are Different

  • The tours we provide are private guided tours. using a driver-guide.
  • We are very flexible and very knowledgeable.
  • We have over 10 to 15 years in the travel industry.
  • We know the best routes. Back roads and timing and entry for each place you visit.
  • We have many wonderful places to stop for food and lunch.
  • We only use the latest large luxury mini Van’s.
  • Our drivers are very friendly and very helpful.
  • The itinerary can be changed on the day to suit your needs.
  • We will give you a much more enjoyable day than using a large coach.
  • We collect you from door to door.
  • Great value for a private tour.
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Activity Types:
Tours & Guides
Classes & Lessons
Duration: 10 hrs
Listing created Mar 20, 2024

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