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When the sun sets on London, the whole city comes alive with Christmas light displays
Take a London Christmas Lights Tour for up to 14 people, from only £80 (that’s just over £5 pp)
Every night the capital is lit up with sparkling fairy lights, Christmas trees and tinsel.
You can experience the wonder and excitement of London at Christmas time with a minibus tour of our chosen festive light displays.
The tours take place mostly when the sun has gone down so that you will have many opportunities for impressive night time photography, and this will be the perfect chance to see the city at its dazzling best.
A visual feast that is guaranteed to fill you with Christmas cheer!
The minibus will travel through the world-famous lights of London’s Regent Street, around Piccadilly Circus and Trafalgar Square (to see the tree in all its glory).
The journey will take you past Harrods, Fortnum and Mason, The London Eye and The Shard, as well as other light displays.
Minibuses are no longer allowed to drive down Oxford Street, only TfL vehicles are permitted.
For an idea of what you might see on the route, check out this list of incredible Christmas Light Displays in London.
You can find out the dates of when each London Christmas Light displays are switched on.
We think the best times to travel would be from the beginning of December when you can guarantee most of the light displays are up and shining brightly.
We can arrange the tour times with you directly when you book.
To take advantage of this offer, you must be a fully paid member of our Group Transport Services. If you are already a member and you would like to book a tour, please contact our bookings team by email or using the Contact Form
If you are not a member, you can sign-up! See our Group Transport Services, or please contact us to discuss options for non-members, by calling 020 8964 4928 (option 1), by email or using our Contact Form.
You can speak to one of our Bookings Team directly by calling 020 8964 4928 (option 1).
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