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These @dotmakertours are a load of rubbish

Posted at 9:15 am, February 16, 2013 in Fun London, Secret London

Dotmaker Tours aren’t your average walk around town. These mini adventures will introduce you to a load of unreal animals, take you over and underground and show you a load of junk.

A Rubbish Trip
What you gonna do with all that junk? All that junk inside your… city?! This brand new tour celebrates rubbish and muck. Check out historic dumps and landfills over the Isle of Dogs and under the river to Greenwich. Stout footwear essential.
11am start: Sunday 17 February, 17 March & 14 April 2pm start: Sunday 19 May £8 adults; £6 concessions

Greenwich Safari
A 90 minute safari that ignores living animals, and instead tracks down the overlooked creatures made from stone and metal, or present in stories of human folly, drawing attention to fascinating historical detail that would otherwise go unnoticed.
11am, first Sunday of each month. For Adults and children aged 14 and over. £8 adults; £6 concessions. Price includes: an animal timeline and a beastly snack.

Greenwich Family Safari
Hear stories and sound effects from animals including lions, horses, canaries, parrots, oysters, unicorns and mermen, and try to track them down with your binoculars.
February half-term holiday dates: Monday 18th, Wednesday 20th and Friday 22nd February. Designed for children aged 5 and over (accompanied by an adult) £6 per child. Adults go free.

Chimneys and Tunnels
Explore the layers of London through this ‘dot-to-dot’ walk that links together chimneys which sometimes trace the routes of tunnels. Learn about these hidden monuments and the powers they hold.
First Saturday of each month 1.30pm (November – February). 2.30pm (March – October). £8 adults; £6 concessions.

They will also arrange private tours for you and your mates, colleagues, mum… Jude Brosnan

See Dotmakers Tours for more details.

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