Private Museum Tours
Have you ever felt intimidated by visiting a museum? Is this your first trip to London and you don’t know where to start? Always getting lost while trying to find that one famous painting or artefact? …
If you find yourself nodding along to these questions, my services as an engaging guide might just be the right thing for you. London’s sprawling art galleries and museums can be daunting places to navigate, especially if you are pressed for time and don’t know what to watch out for. From informal introductory tours to in-depth explorations, I’m now offering private guided visits for individuals and small groups of up to ten people in the following museums:
If you have any special interests (as for example, architecture, Greek mythology or Modernist sculpture) and let me know about those in advance, I can incorporate these themes into our itinerary and tailor the visit according to your preferences. Fancy exploring the spoils of the French Revolution at the Wallace Collection? Impressionist paintings at the National Gallery? The possibilities are endless … If you’d like to see what a ceramics-themed visit at the V&A would entail, please have a look at a guest blog post I wrote last year for Adventures of a London Kiwi.
From engaging to irreverent, my tours have been celebrated for their entertaining nature and my aim as a guide is to make you (re)discover the old with new eyes while having a fun time.
To discuss availability and prices, please get in touch with me either via my Contact Page or send me an email directly to: yannick.pucci[at]gmail.com. You can also find me on Twitter (@ypldn) where I’m always up for a chat and documenting my adventures in London.