London’s incentive offer will leave guests with lasting memories of world-famous landmarks.
Up at The O2
Up at The O2 takes groups on an exhilarating 90-minute climb over the distinct dome roof of the world’s most popular entertainment venue. Show groups a different side of the city, by day, at twilight or sunset.
During the day, when it’s clear, guests will see London’s landmarks up to 15 miles away.
At night, groups can marvel at 360-degree views of the twinkling London lights.
A place for worship, celebration and ceremony, many of Britain’s most significant historic moments of the past one thousand years have happened at Westminster Abbey.
Since 1066, the Abbey has hosted every royal coronation, 16 royal weddings and is the final resting place for 30 kings and queens, plus poets, musicians, scientists and politicians including Queen Elizabeth I, Sir Isaac Newton and Charles Darwin.
Treat groups of up to 30 to a guided tour of this beautiful landmark.
Brit Movie Tours
Treat groups to a private tour of the London locations used when filming some favourite British movies and TV shows.
Fans of the BBC drama Sherlock will love the three-hour guided tour of sites including Sherlock’s fake death, 221b Baker St, Watsons bus stop, and Mi6.
Or why not embark on a two and a half hour Da Vinci Code walking tour that follows in the footsteps of Robert Langdon and Sophie Neveu as you unravel the mystery of the holy grail.
Harry Potter at Warner Bros. Studio Tour London
Enjoy exclusive access to the Harry Potter Studio Tour before it opens to the public with a private breakfast package.
Or dine in Hogwarts Great Hall or on Platform 9 ¾ with after-hours banqueting and reception packages, with seated dining for groups up to 550.
Guests will love the Butterbeer, served in the Backlot and leave with a souvenir guidebook and a green-screen photograph of them flying a broomstick.
The Studio Tour is located near to Watford (20 miles north west of London) and takes 20 minutes by train from London Euston.
Small Car, Big City
Treat groups to a sight-seeing photo challenge with a difference. A fleet of classic Mini Coopers will pick your accomplices up from anywhere in central London.
Upon arrival all participants will wear bright blue boiler suits and tweed flat caps and be given their London Job Photo Challenge.
Divided into teams of three with gold stashed away in the back of the car, it is up to teams to navigate a get-away driver through the narrow London streets before without being caught by the police.
Teams are given a number of challenges to complete, including befriending a local police officer and persuading them to arrest you with a bar of gold in shot.
Sherlock Holmes Experience
The Sherlock Holmes Experience at Madame Tussauds will challenge groups to unleash their inner Sherlock as they enter the mysterious world of the fictional detective in a live walk-through adventure.
Journeying from 221B Baker Street, to the windswept moors of Dartmoor where a demon hound lurks (with plenty of stops along the way), attendees must help Dr. Watson find the missing Sherlock Holmes to reach a dramatic ‘watery’ conclusion.
The experience is totally interactive and visually astonishing with textured theatrical sets laden with detail, hidden clues and special effects, plus a cast of characters to help you crack the case.