Soho is a tiny district but oh so famous! Discover its fascinating history, it's one of London’s most colorful and creative neighborhoods. Learn about the role it played during the sexual revolution and how it became the hub for bohemian artists, poets and writers of the mid 20th Century.
Impact of this experience
You will stop at Soho Square, St Patrick’s church, French Protestant Church of London, 20th Century Fox Film Co Ltd, The Hospital for Women, The house of St Barnabas-in-Soho and The Gay Huss.
You’ll help people who suffer prejudice by supporting the team of guides and their Pink Hand movement.
Throughout the tour, you'll also help the local homeless community via food distribution.
Thanks to this experience it has been possible to achieve:
Connect people through this experience
Share cultural heritage stories
Invest in cultural projects
• Time: 4h
• Guide: Private guide
• Languages: English
• Frequency: Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 11:00
• Good for: Adults, families and professionals
• Participants: 1-20
• You'll also get to help the local homeless community distributing food.
This tour will give you an appreciation for the area’s historical and social significance and the many subcultures, people, and professions that have called it home.
Bordered by some of the most famous streets in London; Oxford Street to the north, Leicester Square to the south, Charing Cross Road to the east and Regent Street to the west, Soho holds a history that houses everything from the late 17th Century French Huguenots and the Red Light District of the 1960s to the media and entertainment elite of today.
You’ll explore Soho’s northern neighbor Fitzrovia full of delis, restaurants and remnants of London’s Italian immigrant community.
Throughout this experience you'll also learn how to give back to the neighborhood.