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City of Spies — Immersive Spy Tour & Vodka Martini

City of Spies Immersive Experience
Where? St. James’s Park station When? Every Thursday 5.50 PM to 9 PM Price? £153 Parking: Nearby car parks Buses: 9, 11, 24, 88, 148, 211, 507 Bus fares Trains: The closest station is St. James’s Park Circle District Train fares

If you've ever fancied yourself as the next James Bond then how about immersing yourself in the cloak and dagger world of international espionage with this guided tour around some of the London's most famous spy sites.

History of spying from Elizabeth I to James Bond

An expert guide will show you how it all began by taking you to the places where the first spy networks were formed way back in Tudor times.

He'll share stories from those Elizabethan days all the way up to the Cold War, regaling tales about famous names, infamous spy rings, and touch upon the most famous secret agent of all -- 007 James Bond.

There are believed to be around 10,000 agents working in the capital at any one time, and your spy expert will share some of their most devious schemes, dirty tricks, and real-life false flag missions.

A nighttime walk through St. James's Park

He'll discuss the many successes and failures of MI5 and SIS (MI6), walk in the footsteps of the treacherous 'Cambridge Ring', and then take you on a nightime stroll through St. James's Park past the old War Office, Air Ministry and Admiralty Building -- which some people believe to be the birthplace of Bond himself.

Dinner and cocktails in a Whitehall pub

The evening will end with a two-course dinner in a Whitehall bar where you can try Bond's favourite drink: a vodka martini, shaken, not stirred!

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