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West End Musical - Silent Disco Walking Tour

Tour starts at 2.30pm or 5.30pm on Saturdays and Sundays (no evening tours on sundays during winter). Duration of Tour: 1hr 15-30 mins Tour starts:The Crown Pub, 51 New Oxford Street, London,  WC1A 1BL Tour ends: The Crown Pub, 51 New Oxford Street, London,  WC1A 1BL Distance covered: 4km (circular) Route: Charing Cross Road, Old Compton Street, Shaftesbury Avenue, Leicester Square, St Martins in the Field, The Strand, Aldwych, Drury Lane, Shaftesbury Avenue, Charing Cross Road. Experience: During the tour we will visit many of the top theatres in London’s West End whilst you listen to musical tracks selected from each of the musicals we visit via a Silent Disco headset. You will also be able to hear your host who will provide a commentary, fun facts and anecdotes relating to the theme of the tour along the way. Attendees will be singing, dancing and having fun throughout.Important Information Please read carefully1. Avoid wearing earrings that will jab into you when wearing over-the-ear headphones.2. Wear comfy shoes in order to be able to dance and walk for 2 hours. (high heels not suitable, boys!)3. Wear weather appropriate clothing, we will be outside for the tour so if it's raining we will get wet.4. Be prepared to enjoy yourself and have fun. Dance, sing along and join in. 5. The stewards are there for your safety, you must follow their instructions at all times. If you repeatedly fail to comply with their directions you may be asked to leave the tour".6. The tour starts strictly at the time slot on your ticket. Latecomers may not be admitted*.7. Please take care of your personal belongings. We accept no responsibility for lost or stolen items. You will have limited hearing of your surroundings and as such we recommend you keep your valuables secure. 8. We reserve the right to refuse guests who are deemed too intoxicated to take part safely*.

$122.28 Outdoor Activities

Waterfalls of Yoho National Park

 Emerald Lake and the Waterfalls of Yoho National ParkOn the western border of Banff National Park on the Pacific side of the continental divide is British Columbia's Yoho National Park.This Tour will take you to some of the most powerful and scenic waterfalls of the Canadian Rockies. At 302 Meters (991 feet) Takakkaw Falls is over 5 times higher then Niagara!  Equally as scenic is the drive to the falls up the steep and winding Yoho Valley Road. After visiting Takakkaw Falls you will then travel to Natural Bridge and the Iconic Emerald Lake.After a lunch break in the small mountain town of Field, BC we will then travel to the powerful Wapta Falls on the Kicking Horse River.This 4.8 km hike is well worth and takes you to the base of the falls. With water flow at 9,000 cubic meters per second these roaring falls are a must see when visiting the Canadian Rocky Mountains.Direct pickup/drop off available free of charge in Banff and Lake Louise.Please ensure you wear proper footwear.Trip may be altered or canceled due to weather or if the minimum tour size isn't met.In the event of Tour cancellation, a full refund will be provided.

$20 Sightseeing Tickets & Passes

Driehaus Museum Admission

Visit: Richard H. Driehaus MuseumCurrent exhibits include Beauty’s Legacy: Gilded Age Portraits in America, which looks at the popular revival of formal portraiture in the United States during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.  The exhibition features nearly sixty artworks, including oil paintings, miniatures, and bronzes with works by artists such as Gilbert Stuart, Rembrandt Peale, John Singer Sargent, Eastman Johnson, and William Adolphe Bouguereau. Beauty’s Legacy features portraits of members of socially prominent families such as Washington, Bonaparte, Livingston, Vanderbilt, and Astor, names that left a lasting impression on the cultural and financial legacies of our nation. Gilded Chicago: Portraits of an Era explores how the resurgence of portraiture manifested itself in Chicago during the Gilded Age. The exhibition includes ten paintings of prominent Chicago citizens that were commissioned during the late 19th and early 20th centuries with familiar last names such as McCormick, Field, Pullman, and Nickerson. Treasures from the White City: The Chicago World’s Fair of 1893 includes objects drawn from the Museum’s permanent collection, as well as the collection of Richard H. Driehaus and features original works and memorabilia designed for and exhibited at the fair. Pieces by Louis Comfort Tiffany created for his magnificent World’s Fair chapel, substantial silver selections designed by both Gorham Manufacturing Company and Tiffany & Company, and artifacts from the exposition such as tickets, maps and programs will be featured in the exhibition presented in celebration of the fair’s 125th anniversary. Explore all three floors of the mansion with your general admission ticket.  Guided tours are available for an additional $5 fee.

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