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Interactive Tours of London

The entertainment and tourism industry is an ever-adapting beast. With the ever-changing demands of the public, London has become a city well versed in meeting the needs of its visitors. With hotels such as the Marble Arch Hotel Oxford Street offering a versatile service, visitors to the city will be accommodated for, whatever their needs.


When it comes to tourist attractions, London never fails to pave the way for innovation and education. With higher demands for customer satisfaction, business owners have had to up their game and make their attractions as hands-on as possible. Interactivity adds a certain sense of engagement to an event or city tour, giving customers a chance to enjoy and learn through doing. Here are just a selection of the wide range of interactive events and activities that guests at the Marble Arch Hotel can enjoy during their visit.



Shrek’s Adventure


Based on London’s South Bank, Shrek’s Adventure is an interactive storytelling experience which takes you on a journey with some of the most memorable characters from the Far Far Away franchise. Mixing live performers with detailed and interactive sets, the audience is transported on a journey that will undoubtedly delight old and young alike.


London Dungeons


Prepare to learn about the city’s past with blood-curdling detail. With actors guiding you through tableaus of the London Plague and Jack the Rippers hunting grounds, the London Dungeons are certainly not for the faint of heart. Now based on the South Bank, you can enjoy river flume rides, medieval execution themed lift drops and some of the most notorious figures from the city’s past.


Clink Prison Experience


Housed near London Bridge in one of the city’s most infamous medieval jails, the Clink, as it’s come to be known transports you through ominous torture chambers and a history dating from the 12th to the 18th century.


Escape Rooms London Bridge


There is a surprising abundance of escape room events dotted around London Bridge. Whether it’s due to the high footfall of tourists or the central city workers looking for some after-hours thrills. Whatever your team, the sheer number of escape rooms in the city could have you locked behind doors for weeks on end.


Harry Potter Tour Warner Brothers Studio

Take a trip out to Leavesden and enjoy the world of Harry Potter. At the Warner Brothers Studio on the outskirts of London, Potter fanatics can explore the sets, props and art from the internationally renowned film franchise. With green screen and dress up fun, you can wander through the world of the boy wizard-like never before.


Jack the Ripper Tour


Located in Whitechapel, the Jack the Ripper Tour is guided by professional actors and experts and takes you through the crime scenes of the infamous serial killer. Explore evidence and theorise the identity of the Ripper, all during an atmospheric nighttime tour through the Victorian streets of East London.


Science Museum


Part of the Museum row of South Kensington, guests at West London luxury hotel rooms are just a stone’s throw away from one of the most interactive science museums in the world. With experiments, inventions and three floors of fun, the Science Museum is an interactive must-visit for all ages.