London Loo Tours

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London Loo Tours

Fascinated by public sanitation? This 90min tour is a walk through the history and politics of London, as represented by the humble loo – and toilet humour is positively encouraged. Walks on Saturday and Sunday afternoons begin at Waterloo station, and be warned you'll drop in to some cocktail bars en route). Advanced booking essential.

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I recently went on the Waterloo Loo Tour which was a lot of fun as well as providing a lot of useful information about where to find the best public toilets in the Waterloo/Embankment/Strand area. The loo tour would be interesting for tourists but also provides lots of helpful information to Londoners as well. The tour was about 1.5 hours long and covered the history of public sanitation right back to the Roman times as well as lots of random and interesting facts about the different types of public toilets available in London. We probably visited about 15 different sites of interest on the tour and ended up in the Cellar Door which is a great cocktail and cabaret bar in a converted public loo. Our tour guide was really enthusiastic and knowledgeable and I would definitely like to go on another of their tours in the future. 

A  well researched yet light-hearted tour.  It was useful, interesting and enjoyable all at the same time!