Camden Town Tour

Join Free Tours By Foot as we explore one of London’s most vibrant areas: Camden. Built around canals and boasting some of the capital’s best market stalls, Camden is a must-see for visitors who are looking to get familiar with the alternative side of London.

Camden TownCatapulted into ’60’s counter-culture consciousness by Pink Floyd’s concert at the Roundhouse, Camden Town took over from Soho as London’s bohemian, artistic and musical epicentre in the ’80’s. ’90’s and naughties. Just a few miles away from London’s tourist sights but light years away in spirit, Camden must be seen to be believed.

Join our 2 – 2.5 hour tour through London’s Rock ‘n’ Roll, Punk, Indie, Pop and youth culture mecca. We’ll stroll along the Regent’s Canal, browse Camden’s world famous independent markets; a fashionistas, foodies and bargain hunters paradise, explore the area’s Street Art scene and hear the stories of the venues and characters that made rock history.

Camden is the perfect place for dinner, an evening out listening to the latest sounds and the stars of tomorrow, and clubbing for the night owls. Our guides will help you get the most out of this legendary London borough.

Check out our recommended top 10 things to do in Camden.

 

Sights covered on the Camden Town Tour:

  • Camden Town History
    London Camden Market stables
  • Street Art
  • Electric Ballroom (Led Zeppelin/Thin Lizzy)
  • Arlington House (George Orwell)
  • The Dublin Castle (Madness & Ska, The Pogues)
  • The Roundhouse (Pink Floyd)
  • Street Art
  • Stables Markets (the Clash/Pulp/The Libertines)
  • Proud Photo Gallery
  • Sign of the Times (Prince)
  • Hawley Arms (Amy Winehouse)
  • Camden Market
  • Dingwalls (The Sex Pistols)
  • Regent’s Canal
Tour information

Reservations: Click here to reserve.

Where: The Camden Town Tour departs from just outside the Camden Underground Station in front of Barclay’s Bank. (map)

Duration: Approximately 2.5 hours.

When:  View our full tour Calendar

Cost: This tour is free to take, and you get to decide what, if anything, the tour was worth when it’s done. A name-your-own-price tour is a tour for anyone’s budget.

For more tips on saving money when visiting London, check out our blog posts for London on a budget.