Taylor Swift Locations Tour

Channel your inner Swiftie and embark on a whirlwind tour of Taylor Swift’s London with your very own London Blue Badge Tourist Guide.

This tour gives a taste of the many Taylor Swift-inspired locations scattered around London. With a little planning and some Swiftie spirit, your London Blue Badge Tourist Guide can create your own personalised tour and help you discover the city through the eyes of your favourite pop star. Highlights of this tour include:

‘I love high tea, stories from uni, and the West End’: London’s theatre land got a mention by Taylor Swift in London Boy and is a fascinating start to this tour. A stone’s throw away is the Duke of York Column, a grand monument featured in the music video for End Game, where Taylor and her squad roll up in a vintage car.

‘Louis V on Bond Street’:  Take a Swiftie stroll along London’s exclusive district of Mayfair where Taylor has been spotted shopping at the world-famous Louis Vuitton store on Bond Street. Consider this your chance to splurge on a little retail therapy, Swiftie-style!

‘Walking Camden Market in the afternoon’:  A vibrant hub of quirky stores, vintage finds, and delicious street food. This is the very spot Taylor name-checks in her song London Boy, where she sings about “walking Camden Market in the afternoon.” Be sure to browse the stalls for unique pieces or even create your own Taylor Swift-inspired merchandise! Whilst in Camden, you might like to drop by Taylor’s favourite kebab shop the Kentish Delight at Kentish Town.

‘Back to Highgate’: The Highgate neighbourhood is an exclusive and historic enclave in north London; it gets a mention in London Boy. No Taylor Swift London visit is complete without a visit to neighbouring Hampstead Heath, a green oasis fondly referred to as “the Heath” by Taylor Swift and Londoners. This lush green space is the perfect place to relax or have a bite to eat. Who knows, you might just bump into a local London Boy (or girl) enjoying the sunshine!

‘Nights in Brixton, Shoreditch in the afternoon: Depending on the time you have available you can head into South London, for a visit to the The Black Dog pub in Vauxhall, mentioned in The Tortured Poet’s Department album. Brixton is the birthplace of David Bowie and the area has a rich musical heritage thanks to its Afro-Caribbean population. Check out Brixton Market and just soak up the unique atmosphere of this South London gem.

‘So please show me Hackney’:  Alternatively you can explore London’s trendy East End taking in the artsy and historic neighbourhoods of Hackney and Shoreditch.

With the help of your very own London Blue Badge Tourist Guide you can design your very own Swift London tour. Wear comfortable shoes, bring an umbrella (just in case) and get ready to explore!

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If you require a guide with a private car to conduct your tour please tick above. This will send your request to one of our driver guides who are UK licensed, registered and insured.

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