Cycle Art Deco west London with this tour led by expert architectural guide David Garrard of English Heritage.
The Art Deco style flourished through the 20s & 30s, reflecting the elegant and glamorous style and mood of the time as influences poured in from around the world.
In London it is above all the style of the suburbs, whose characteristic building types - cinemas, tube stations and factories - became the classic expressions of the architectural new wave.
Meet: Opposite Kensington High Street Station.
Duration 3 hours approx. Tour ends in Ealing.
Find out more about the tour guide David Garrard here
'It was a great opportunity to see quite a lot of buildings in swift succession using the speed of two wheels"
"The tour was a perfect combination of two things I love - architecture and cycling!"
"I was attracted to the tour by the prospect of expert commentary, allowing me to come away with a greater understanding of Baroque architecture after one enjoyable morning."
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