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London Historical Pub Walking Tour

London Historical Pub Walking Tour

Our London pub tour takes you to some of the most historic pubs and watering holes in the city. It’s a great way to get a feel for one of Britain’s most famous cultural pastimes. You’ll get to visit London’s most famous pubs & ale houses on a guided afternoon walk. Your entertaining guide will share infamous stories about London, as you pass some of London’s most iconic landmarks.

London Pub Tour:

  • Visit some of the oldest pubs, alehouses and taverns in the city! These ancient hidden gems will be brought to life by your guide
  • You’ll visit at least 4 of London’s oldest inns, taverns and gin places
  • Drink along “The Street of Shame”, following in the footsteps of Dickens and Shakespeare
  • Hear stories about London’s most ghostly pub and learn lots of fun, interesting facts from your friendly guide
  • Enjoy classic London sights including St Paul’s Cathedral as you walk through narrow cobbled streets
  • At the end of the tour, why not enjoy some pub food like fish & chips?

Why take this tour?

English is famous for its drinking heritage, and London has long been associated with its many pubs and taverns. It’s a long-standing British tradition to enjoy a few pints of beer and this tour will give you a taste of this culture. You’ll get to see some of London’s most famous watering holes, with plenty of stories to keep you entertained along the way. A great way to spend 3-4 hours in the city!

Tour Includes:

  • Professional tour guide
  • Walking tour

Tour Excludes:

  • The food and drink are not included in the tour price. You will need to bring some cash so that you can buy your own drinks.
  • Meeting point: Outside St Paul’s Underground Station (Exit 2)
  • End point: Close to Holborn Underground Station (at approx. 5-6pm)
  • The tour lasts 3-4 hours
  • This is a small group tour that operates with a maximum of 14 people
  • You must give 72 hours notice of departure in order to cancel this product
  • If you appear to be under the age of 25, you need to bring photo ID
  • Its strongly encouraged for you to have some lunch before the tour, as there is not time to have lunch during the tour.

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With over 3000 pubs in london, we handpick the best of the bunch for a leisurely stroll through the heart of london’s liquid history..

Believing small really is beautiful we maximize our group sizes to just 14 clients, helping us to explore the road less travelled and share some of London’s quirkier history along the way.

Whether you are a first time visitor to the city or lived here all your life, our local guides will open your eyes & ears to another side of London whilst sharing a drink or two with you along the way.

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Rob, Nottingham, UK “The relaxed pace and style of the tour was brilliant. Learned so much about the city and it's history, in spite of having been several times before. I would definitely recommend this to anyone who likes history and a pint of ale!”
Samantha, UK “The tour was the most excellent way to spend an afternoon. We know London but this was a tour which shows you a different side of the City. Our guide, was very knowledgeable and friendly and we loved every moment. I hugely recommend this tour to both locals and tourists”
Karen, USA “Really enjoyed all the fun interesting facts and each pub was unique. Mix of locals and tourists visiting, would highly recommend to everyone-even if you don't drink beer and just drink gin or wine like I did!”
Kathy, Australia “A really great afternoon on a walking tour of historic London pubs, it was fabulous to go to tiny ancient hidden gems that we would never have found by ourselves!”

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Founded by local Londoners to celebrate the quirkier side of London life & history. Perfect for the culturally curious, our small group walking tours delve into the road less-travelled. Escape the bustle and join us as we dive into the heart of London’s liquid history.

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Historical Pub Walking Tour of London

Historical Pub Walking Tour of London

Experience a Historical Pub Walking Tour of London on this afternoon pub crawl. Accompany your guide on a fun and educational tour in and around the city, where you’ll visit at least four historic pubs and taste different brews (own expense). Pop into centuries-old ale houses, see literary haunts favoured by writers like Charles Dickens and learn about local drinking culture through the ages.

Historical Pub Walking Tour Highlights:

  • Visit four traditional London pubs in London Bridge, the City of London, Fleet Street, and Holborn
  • Discover what a real London pub looks like on a visit to an alehouse in Blackfriars
  • Sit down in a pub once frequented by Charles Dickens and Arthur Conan Doyle
  • Small-group tour with a maximum of 14 people ensures a more personalised experience
  • Duration of the Tour – 3 to 4 hours Approx.

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What’s Included in the Pub Walking Tour

  • Local guide
  • Food and drinks

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Departure & Return

Departure point.

30 Newgate St, London EC1A 7HL, UK. Please check below for the Google map. Your guide will see you outside Cafe Nero on Panyer Alley.

Departure Time

Return details.

Kingsway, Holborn, London WC2B 6AA, UK

What To Expect from the Historical Pub walking Tour

Your afternoon pub tour begins at St. Paul’s, where you will meet your guide and set off for the first stop of your tour. As you walk, check out city attractions like St. Paul’s Cathedral and the bustling Fleet Street. Pass the site of a Shakespearean playhouse, then pop into the Art Nouveau Pub at Blackfriars for a drink. Grab a pint (own expense) and enjoy colourful stories from this neighbourhood’s banking community.

London Pub Tour

Next, head down Fleet Street, flush with pubs and gin palaces to service the journalists and literary greats of the day. Stop at a proper London boozer for a civilised drinking experience. Buy yourself a delicious local ale (or two), admire the authentic medieval decor, and enjoy the buzz as regulars and newcomers fill up the wooden tables surrounding the horseshoe bar.

Continue along Fleet Street, the former stomping grounds of Charles Dickens, who once resided in Furnival’s Inn (now Holborn Bars). Visit a 17th-century pub that was a favourite of Dickens and fellow writers Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Alfred Lord Tennyson. Sip on a delicious beer and cider (not included) and soak up the literary history of the place.

Your tour ends at the edge of Covent Garden with plenty of time (and insider information) to continue the fun at another local pub. Don’t miss out on this great weekend tour. Quench your thirst this summer, and enjoy a historical pub walking tour of London.

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Itinerary of the Pub Tour

Pass By: St. Paul’s Cathedral

Enjoy fine views and the quirky history of the area.

Stop At: Blackfriars Bridge

Visit London’s finest art nouveau pub

Duration: 15 minutes

Admission Ticket Free

Pass By: St Bride’s Church

Hear the tale of the “Wedding Cake” church

Pass By: Fleet Street

Explore the “street of shame” and visit a number of historic pubs

Pass By: Dr Johnson’s House

See the home of the famous wordsmith and meet his favourite cat Mr Hodge

Pass By: Prince Henry’s Room

See a building dating to 1610 and the gateway to the Knight’s Templar

Stop At: The Old Bank of England Pub

See London’s finest banking hall, and now a pub

Duration: 20 minutes

Admission Ticket Free:

Pass By: Royal Courts of Justice

Listen to the legal tales and enjoy the majestic architecture

Pass By:  Lincoln’s Inn

See London’s oldest tailor and traverse the heart of legal London.

Pass By:  Sir John Soane’s Museum

Be inspired to return to this exquisite collection.

Stop At  Princess Louise We sometimes stop for a drink in this fine Victorian gin palace-style watering hole.

Pass By: Covent Garden

We finish our walk on the edge of Covent Garden with more pubs and restaurants a short walk away.

Additional Tour Info:

  • Confirmation will be received at the time of booking
  • The minimum age is 18 years
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Service animals allowed
  • Near public transportation
  • Most travellers can participate
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 14 travellers

Cancellation Policy

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

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Small-Group Tour: Historical Pub Walking Tour of London

Embark on an enchanting journey through London’s vibrant drinking culture with a small-group historical pub walking tour . Visitors will uncover the city’s rich heritage, exploring iconic establishments frequented by literary legends . Savor a variety of traditional ales, lagers , and stouts, discovering the depth of British brewing traditions . Accompanied by a knowledgeable guide, explore captivating stories and insider knowledge that bring the pubs’ colorful pasts to life. Venture off the beaten path, uncovering hidden gems where locals gather, offering a truly immersive experience. Prepare to be captivated by the charm and character of London’s oldest watering holes.

Just The Basics

  • A small-group walking tour that explores the rich history and drinking culture of London’s historic pubs dating back to the 17th century.
  • Opportunity to sample a variety of traditional ales, lagers, and stouts, showcasing the depth and evolution of British brewing traditions.
  • Guided tour provides captivating stories and insider knowledge about the pubs’ past, from literary legends to colorful characters.
  • Discover hidden gems and less crowded pubs off the beaten path, offering a cozy atmosphere and diverse brew selection.
  • The tour begins at St. Paul’s Underground Station and lasts approximately 4 hours, visiting at least 4 renowned establishments.

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Exploring London’s Historic Pubs

A historical pub walking tour of London allows visitors to explore the city’s rich drinking culture and discover some of its most iconic watering holes.

During the tour, guests visit at least four historic pubs and learn insider stories about their history. They’ll step into 17th-century establishments that were once frequented by literary legends like Dickens and Tennyson.

The small-group format , capped at 14 people, provides an intimate experience as the guide leads participants off the tourist trail to uncover pubs that embody London’s vibrant pub scene.

Taste Different Brews on Tour

Small-Group Tour: Historical Pub Walking Tour of London - Taste Different Brews on Tour

During the historical pub walking tour, participants have the opportunity to taste a variety of different brews, seeing London’s rich drinking culture. As the tour progresses, the guide leads the group to at least four historic pubs, where they can sample an assortment of traditional ales, lagers, and stouts. The diversity of flavors showcases the depth and evolution of British brewing traditions.

The tour provides a unique chance to appreciate the nuances of each pub’s unique offerings, complementing the insights into London’s pub heritage.

Pub History and Insider Stories

Small-Group Tour: Historical Pub Walking Tour of London - Pub History and Insider Stories

As the tour group dives into sampling the diverse brews on offer, the guide regales them with captivating stories and insider knowledge about the pubs’ rich histories .

Guests learn that one 17th-century pub was a favorite haunt of renowned writers like Dickens, Conan Doyle, and Tennyson, who found inspiration in its cozy atmosphere.

The guide also shares little-known tales of the pubs’ past, from secret speakeasies during Prohibition to the colorful characters who once frequented these historic establishments.

Discover Pubs Off the Beaten Path

While the well-trodden tourist path leads visitors to the city’s most famous pubs, the tour guide skillfully navigates the group through less crowded alleyways and side streets, uncovering a selection of hidden gems that locals frequent.

  • A cozy neighborhood pub tucked away in a quiet residential area, serving up a wide selection of craft beers and ciders.
  • A historic watering hole that’s been quenching the thirst of Londoners for centuries, its walls adorned with vintage photographs and memorabilia.
  • A modern gastropub favored by the city’s young professionals, offering a menu of gourmet comfort foods and an extensive wine list.

These off-the-beaten-path pubs provide an authentic taste of London’s rich pub culture.

Meeting Point and Pickup Location

Small-Group Tour: Historical Pub Walking Tour of London - Meeting Point and Pickup Location

The tour begins at the meeting point located outside ST.PAULS UNDERGROUND STATION (EXIT 2) in the City of London. This convenient location allows participants to easily access the tour and start their journey exploring London’s historic pubs. From the meeting point, the small group will embark on an immersive experience, visiting at least 4 renowned establishments and learning about their rich histories.

Itinerary: City of London and Beyond

Small-Group Tour: Historical Pub Walking Tour of London - Itinerary: City of London and Beyond

After gathering at the meeting point outside St. Paul’s Underground Station, the small group embarks on an immersive journey through the historic pubs of the City of London and beyond.

The tour first explores pubs near the iconic St. Paul’s Cathedral and Fleet Street, delving into the rich history and literary connections of these establishments.

Next, the group visits a 17th-century pub that was a favorite haunt of renowned writers like Dickens, Conan Doyle, and Tennyson.

Additional Tour Information and Details

Small-Group Tour: Historical Pub Walking Tour of London - Additional Tour Information and Details

According to the provided information, this historical pub walking tour of London offers several additional details for participants. For instance, the tour confirms receipt of bookings at the time of purchase, and has a minimum age requirement of 18 years. Plus, the tour is not wheelchair accessible, though service animals are permitted. On top of that, the tour is conveniently located near public transportation, with the meeting point being outside St. Paul’s Underground Station.

Free Cancellation Policy

Travelers have the flexibility to cancel their reservation for this historical pub walking tour of London up to 24 hours before the experience, free of charge. This policy allows guests to plan their itinerary with confidence, knowing they can adjust their plans if needed without incurring any penalties.

The tour’s cancellation policy provides several key benefits:

  • Hassle-free rescheduling: If plans change, travelers can easily cancel and rebook the tour at a more convenient time.
  • No financial risk: Guests don’t have to worry about losing their money if unexpected circumstances arise.
  • Stress-free booking: The free cancellation option encourages travelers to book the tour without concern, providing a seamless planning experience.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can i bring my own food and drinks on the tour.

No, food and drinks are not allowed on the tour. The tour focuses on visiting historic pubs and sampling different brews, so bringing outside items is not permitted. Participants should plan to purchase any food or beverages at the pubs along the route.

Is There a Dress Code for the Tour?

There is no formal dress code for the tour. Participants should wear comfortable, casual clothing suitable for walking around London. The tour focuses on exploring historic pubs, so no formal attire is required.

Are the Pubs Wheelchair Accessible?

The tour description states that the tour is "Not wheelchair accessible." While some of the historic pubs may have limited accessibility, the overall tour is not designed for wheelchair users.

Can I Book the Tour for a Larger Group?

The tour has a maximum group size of 14 people. While larger groups may not be accommodated on this specific tour, the company may be able to arrange a private tour for larger parties. Customers should inquire about group size options when booking.

What Is the Maximum Number of People Allowed on the Tour?

The tour has a small-group cap of 14 people. According to the overview, the tour is limited to a maximum of 14 participants, ensuring an intimate and personalized experience for guests.

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Final Words

This historical pub walking tour of London offers a unique opportunity to explore the city’s rich drinking culture.

Visitors will sample a variety of traditional ales, lagers, and stouts while learning about the captivating stories and insider knowledge behind the pubs’ colorful histories.

The tour navigates through less crowded areas, uncovering hidden gems that locals frequent , providing a truly immersive and authentic experience.

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Best Oldest Pubs in London

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There’s no greater experience than having a drink in one of the many historical pubs dotted throughout the city.

No matter which part of town you’re staying in, or what kind of drink you want to have, there’s always a great local boozer just around the corner.

So check out our list of some of London’s oldest pubs and choose for yourself!

Or, come along on our East London Riverside Pub Crawl to explore 4 of London's historical pubs with us!

Click here for an interactive map .

London Historic Pub Tour

The George Inn  

77 Borough High St, Southwark, London SE1 1NH ( map and reviews ) Nearest Station: London Bridge or Borough.

One of the most atmospheric pubs in London, The George Inn has been serving drinks for centuries.

The pub that stands today was built in the 1670s but a pub has been sitting on this site even longer.

The only pub owned by The National Trust, The George is also a prime example of an old ‘inn,’ the galleries of which can be seen from their courtyard.  

William Shakespeare and Charles Dickens are said to have frequented this inn. Dickens's life insurance policy is hanging on the wall of one of the rooms.

You can take a virtual tour of the George Inn .

The Spaniards Inn

Spaniards Rd, London NW3 7JJ   ( Map and Reviews )   Nearest Station: Golders Green, Highgate, Hampstead

Further afield than other mentions on this list, the Spaniards Inn is worth the trek to get to!

Dating from the 1500s and sitting on the edge of Hampstead Heath, the Spaniards Inn has been a notable London locale for centuries.

The Spaniards Inn London Historical Pub

Previously haunts of highwaymen such as Dick Turpin, the pub is referenced in both The Pickwick Papers and Dracula.

Crooked wooden beams, leaning walls, and wonky doorways all come together to keep this pub one of the most charming in the capital.  

Across the street is a building that was once a toll collection station.

Cittie of York

22 High Holborn, London WC1V 6BN, ( map and reviews ), Nearest Station: Holborn

There has been an inn on this site since 1420, although the current building is newer it still dates from the 1640s!

Cittie of Yorke London Pub

There are three different bars here and the ones in the back are worth a look – a grand hall with benches separated by wooden screens.

This pub is also a Grade-II listed building, making it a worthwhile stop for historians as well as those looking for a tipple!

The Star Tavern

6 Belgrave Mews W, London SW1X 8HT, ( map and reviews ), Nearest Station: Knightsbridge or Sloane Square

Tucked away on a cobbled street, The Star Tavern has played host to numerous recognizable drinkers such as Peter O’Toole and the Great Train Robbers.

Take a virtual tour of the Star Tavern below.

The pub that stands today is a 19th-century creation but it is really the link with the Train Robbery that keeps people seeking this pub out year after year.

A good example of Victorian architecture, the surroundings are inviting, cozy, and worth a visit!

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The Lamb and Flag

33 Rose St, London WC2E 9EB, ( map and reviews ), Nearest Station: Leicester Square

A Covent Garden gem, the Lamb and Flag dates from the 17th century and has played host to notable names like Charles Dickens.

Take a virtual of the Lamb and Flag .

Licensed in 1623, the Lamb and Flag was previously called the Bucket of Blood and played host to bare-knuckle fighting.

Notable poet John Dryden was a patron here and it is said he participated in a particularly brutal beating, which is why the upstairs private bar is named after him.

Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese

145 Fleet St, London EC4A 2BU, ( map and reviews ), Nearest Station: Blackfriars

A London institution, Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese has been operating on this site since the 1600s, although an earlier incarnation was here in the 1500s.

Perhaps the most atmospheric of pubs on this list, ye Olde Cheshire Cheese is a dark, cozy haven tucked away on a side street just off of Fleet Street.

You’d think with a nearly hidden location that this pub may be off the beaten track – but London locals and visitors alike seek it out all year ‘round.

Situated in the financial district of London, the quietest time to visit is actually a Saturday!

The Viaduct

The Viaduct stands out as the last surviving Victorian gin palace in London.

It’s interesting décor’ is worth a look on its own but what truly makes this pub historically appealing is that it sits on the site of a medieval prison: Newgate.

When the bar staff is in a friendly mood, it is possible to be led down to the basement of this pub and see the remaining prison cells that still stand underneath the bar!

Nearest Station: St. Paul’s

The Red Lion

2 Duke of York Street, London ( map and reviews ), Nearest Station: Westminster

Sitting on a site that has held a pub since at least the early 1400s, the Red Lion is not just known for its historical significance.

Directly across the street from the Houses of Parliament, and within spitting distance of Number 10 Downing Street, the Red Lion has long been associated with politics and politicians.

Recently refurbished, the pub is a Victorian glory and an excellent place to relax at the end of our Westminster Tour!

Prospect of Whitby

Dating back to the 1500s, the Prospect of Whitby is one of the oldest riverside taverns – if not THE oldest – in London.

Originally associated with sailors and pirates, in previous times smugglers and pirates were hanged just outside what is now their beer garden! Keep an eye out for a kitsch noose that is often swaying in the breeze – a reminder about the fate of many previous drinkers…

Nearest Station: Wapping (London Overground)

The Olde Wine Shades

6 Martin Lane, Cannon Street, EC4R 0DP ( Map and Reviews ) Nearest Tube: Canon Street

The Olde Wine Shades dates from the late 1600s and is considered to be one of the oldest public houses in London.

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The double-pile frontage range dates from the late 17 th century and parts of the building pre-date the Great Fire of 1666.

The architectural and historic significance of the Olde Wine Shades is recognised in its status as a grade II listed building, making this one of the most authentic and beautiful pubs in the city!

+++You might also like our blog post on London's Best Riverside Pubs . If you want to work up an appetite for a pint, why not take one of our many walking tours !+++

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Looking for the best Historical Tours of London?

From Westminster to the Churchill War Rooms, Jack the Ripper, Changing of the Guards, and East London Street Art , these intriguing history tours in London allow you to dive deeper into the city’s fascinating past and appreciate your trip even more!

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London is an ancient city with a beautiful historic character. Tangible elements of the city’s past can be found around almost every corner and alleyway. 

I’m a local in London, and I still feel like I have so much more to learn about the city!

The best way to learn about the charming, historical side of the city is by taking one of the top historical walking tours London has to offer! You’ll get an up-close perspective and discover the city in a fun and interactive way with an expert.

Best Historical Tours In London

Each tour travels through some of the interesting London walking routes and teaches you essential historical facts that even Londoners struggle to remember from their high school history class.

Most of these experiences are historic London walking tours, so be ready for a day on your feet! These historical tours of London are also led by London historians who are passionate about teaching and take pride in sharing their city with travelers!

1. Hidden London Walking Tours

On this tour, you’ll follow your guide along the quiet side streets of the city. Journey off the beaten path to London’s most unusual sights. 

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On the historical and unusual walking tour of London’s hidden attractions, you’ll get to;

  • Visit an old Cabman’s shelter. This was an area where cab drivers would go to seek shelter, food, or drinks during the second half of the 19th century. 
  • Discover the Temple Church, built by the mysterious Knights Templar (Assassin’s Creed fans will love this).
  • See London’s ‘Roman Bath’ and the abandoned Aldwych tube station. Explore the location of the legendary barber of Fleet Street, Sweeney Todd. 

This walking tour is full of weird and wonderful stops. You’ll be entertained by stories of history and mystery the entire way. 

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2. East London Walking Tours

Discover the alternative sights of East London on this art-focused walking tour. This tour explores the diverse creativity of London’s most trendy neighborhood, admiring urban art and graffiti from around 40 artists along the way.

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If you are artsy and interested in graffiti/street art, this tour is for you! You’ll even get to see first-hand the unconventional art of Banksy, ROA, Invader, and Shepherd Fairy in East London!

Meet your guide near the Old Spitalfields Marke and learn the history of the East End as you walk through streets covered in art. Your guide will give you a unique insight into the urban art culture of London. 

On the tour, you’ll walk through Brick Lane and the stylish Shoreditch area. Learn about the unconventional art of Banksy, ROA, Invader, and Shepherd Fairy. 

East London is one of the city’s most vibrant areas. If you’re looking for a walking tour London offers that explores the city’s edgy side, this tour is perfect for you. 

Book an East London Walking Tour

3. City of London – Historic Pubs Walking Tours

This Historical Pub Walking Tour of London takes you to four of the city’s most historic pubs, taverns, and alehouses.

Quench your thirst and mingle with your fellow beer and history enthusiasts as you learn about London’s proud beer culture – which goes back hundreds of years. You’ll even get to walk the ancient streets of London to a tavern that was established back in 1549.

Of course, you’ll be able to enjoy a drink or two along the way, too!

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On this historical tour of London, you’ll walk from historic Southwark to the bright lights of the West End – London’s theatre district.

Another perk is that the tour is kept small to provide a more personal experience.

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4. British Museum & London Historical Guided Walking Tour

This walking tour is for the culture vultures and history buffs visiting London. It combines a trip to the British Museum with exploring the most famous historical places in London. 

The tour begins at the British Museum where you’ll explore 6000 years of human history through artifacts. A tour guide will lead you through this large museum and give you a more detailed understanding of the collections. 

A few of the highlights include seeing Samurai Armour, the Rosetta Stone, and the Mummy of Katebet.

After the museum, you’ll head to the streets of London to visit more of the UK’s most iconic sites.

These stops include Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament, Trafalgar Square, Westminster Abbey, and more. Of course, your tour guide will be filling you in on interesting history surrounding each attraction and other fun facts!

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This tour lasts for approximately 5 hours, so wear comfortable walking shoes!

If you’re a history buff looking for the best walking tours of London, you’ll gain a comprehensive historical overview of the city. 

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5. Historic Spaces – City of London Walking Tour

Travel to eight of London’s green, open spaces and receive a unique perspective of the city’s history. You’ll see churches that lay in ruins, crumbling graveyards, and tranquil parks with many tales to tell. 

The tour starts at the rose gardens of St. Paul’s Cathedral. This church once held medieval royal burials.

Next, visit a brutalist development built to reinvigorate the city following WWII and a fascinating area used as a mass gravesite during the 14th century, which is actually a new discovery in London. It was used to bury those killed in public executions.

Finish up the tour by visiting a 17th-century theatre and a cemetery where dissenters and radicals were buried. 

This tour is an excellent guide to the non-touristy areas of London . It’s also a great option for people wishing to see a unique side of the city. 

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6. Historic Shakespeare Pub and Theatre Walking Tour

Explore William Shakespeare’s life in London with a tour guide who is also a published author.

You’ll travel to iconic sites associated with the great playwright, including five pubs connected with Shakespeare. 

Visit the London theatres, where Shakespeare’s works have been performed, see the church where a member of his family is buried, and explore the sites of two of the most famous Elizabethan theatres. 

Shakespeares Globe London

Of all the history tours in London, this one is perfect for those who want to learn what the impact of Shakespeare’s success in London had on his family back in Stratford-upon-Avon.

You’ll hear about his incredible life and career from your knowledgeable guide and even have a drink at the only property in London that can be identified as being owned by Shakespeare.

Also, this tour visits the grounds of a medieval monastery where you’ll see the site of an indoor theatre that stood in Shakespeare’s time before finishing up with one last drink in a unique Art Deco pub nearby. 

7. Downton Abbey Walking Tour

On the tour, you’ll explore the quaint historical sites in London where the TV series “Downton Abbey” was filmed and get a glimpse into how the high-end citizens of London lived.

Visit charming and tranquil settings within London that have stood in for other UK cities like Liverpool and Manchester.

Learn how they were used as film locations. Hear fun facts and behind-the-scenes information about how this award-winning TV show was made.

You’ll be able to relive all your favourite moments from the show and even stand where Branson first confesses his love to Lady Sybil. The tour also visits the exterior of Grantham House where the character of Uncle Harold was introduced and looks into the restaurant where Edith dined with Gregson.

This is hands down the best London tour for fans of the hit TV show “Downton Abbey”.

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8. Jack the Ripper Tour in London’s East End

Jack the Ripper is among England’s most notorious serial killers. He terrorised the citizens (mainly women) of London during the late 19th century and sent shock waves through the city. 

On this walking tour of London, you’ll step back in time to 1888 and discover the world that the Ripper and his victims lived in.

Learn about the gruesome crimes that the Ripper committed, to social/historical context of the era, and visit the very sites where the murders took place. 

Your guide will fill you in on the facts and rumours that surround these disturbing unsolved cases. This is hands-down one of the best tours of London for fans of true crime. 

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9. Westminster and the Churchill War Rooms

On this walking tour, you’ll explore the Westminster area and visit 20 of Britain’s most iconic and historical London landmarks, including Winston Churchill’s Bunker . 

Westminster Bridge

First, you’ll meet your group and start your tour in one of the Royal Parks of London –  the beautiful Green Park.

Then, before heading to Westminster, you’ll stop to witness the famous Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace. This is a traditional London experience you don’t want to miss. 

Continue on to the stunning Westminster Abbey, getting a glimpse of nearby sites, including Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament, Queen Victoria Fountain, and Trafalgar Square. 

Next, visit the Churchill War Rooms. This was an underground nerve centre used by the British Prime Minister during WWII.

Discover the rich history of this fascinating place from which Churchill directed the Second World War.  

Book this walking tour of Westminster and the Churchill War Rooms 

10. Changing of the Guard Guided Walking Tours

The Changing of the Guard ceremony is a quintessential London experience. With a guided walking tour, you’ll get an in-depth look at this British tradition. 

Follow your guide through the busy crowds as you’re led to the best vantage point to watch the ceremony take place.

See the iconic red tunics and bearskin hats as the Queen’s Foot Guard march to the palace. 

You’ll be equipped with your own personal headset so your guide can entertain you with commentary about the ceremony.

Learn about the royal family and how this fascinating practice is carried out – from beginning to end. 

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11. London Old City Walking Tour

On this walking tour, you’ll travel back to the very beginning of London. Discover the original square mile – nestled beside the River Thames.

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This area has seen some of the most significant events in British history and it also contains some of London’s oldest buildings.

Learn about these important events as you travel to different sites. Some highlights include visiting the iconic St. Paul’s Cathedral, the site of Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, Tower Bridge, and the Tower of London.

Hear stories of the great fire of London, the plague, and the Blitz during WWII. 

You’ll also visit some of the city’s modern sites, like the Millennium Bridge, the Tate Modern Art Gallery, and the Tower Bridge. 

This tour covers a lot of history and provides an excellent overview of the city. 

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12. London Ghastly Ghosts 2-Hour Walking Tour

On this walking tour, you’ll discover London’s intriguing haunted history. This tour only takes place after dusk, setting the mood for a spine-chilling experience. 

You’ll start the tour at one of the oldest churches in London, All Hallows by the Tower. Your journey will take you from the Tower of London to St Paul’s Cathedral.

Along the way, you’ll hear stories of suffering, crime, and murder. That sounds like a really good night in my books – I’m a horror fan, so love all the gruesome details of ghost stories, murders, and everything in between.

London’s past is full of terrible tales and mysterious hauntings. Enjoy a spooky walk through this ancient city.

Wind through the dark streets and past desolate alleyways. Learn about the city’s ghosts, ghouls, and demons.

If you’re into murder-mystery and haunted history, this tour will captivate you. 

Book a Ghastly Haunted History Tour of London

13. London World War II Blitz Walk and Imperial War Museum

On this historic walking tour, you’ll learn about the impact of World War II on England. 

In 1940, London was bombed by the Germans continuously for 57 days. Follow your guide through the city streets and learn about the events that left part of London in rubble during WWII. 

See buildings where the scars of the attacks are still visible. Hear tales of heroism, including how ordinary men and women helped to save London’s beloved St Paul’s Cathedral from destruction.

This tour also includes a trip to the Imperial War Museum. Discover a vast collection of WWII-related documents, photographs and videos, military vehicles, aircraft, and military weapons. 

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Conclusion: Best Historial Tours of London

That’s all for this round-up of the best historical tours of London.

There are quite a few London history walking tours that teach you about London’s fascinating past, and you don’t have to be a history buff to appreciate learning new facts about this ancient city. 

Whether you’re looking for a haunted history tour or a political walking tour , London has many exciting options to choose from. You can read more on London and London travel tips .

The best way to discover a city is with a local guide, and each one of the best history tours in London allows you to do just that! 

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12 Things To Do In Moscow: Complete Guide To A Unique Idaho City

M oscow, Idaho, is a small city with plenty to offer lovers of the outdoors and culture aficionados. Moscow is the county seat of Latah County in the panhandle region of Idaho. It’s known as the home of the University of Idaho, which is a great campus with galleries and gardens for visitors to explore.

Moscow’s landscape is particularly unique as it is set in the Palouse region , an area between Idaho, southeastern Washington, and even Oregon, known for its peculiar rolling green hills, which make it one of the most beautiful vistas in the state . d.

UPDATE: 2023/08/22 16:57 EST BY NOAH STAATS

There Are More Things To Do While In Moscow, Idaho!

This article has been refreshed with new stops in Moscow, Idaho, as well as tips, tricks, and things to experience in town. From fun waterslides to nature preserves to beer, here are all the reasons Moscow should be on the itinerary this fall and beyond!

Things To Do

Here is everything travelers need to know about planning a great trip to Moscow, Idaho, including the best time of year to visit, where to eat and drink, and the best activities.

Check Out The Historic McConnell Mansion

One thing to do while in Moscow, Idaho, is to go see the McConnel Mansion , located in Moscow's historic neighborhood. Here is where a home built by the former governor sits, now working as a place to learn more about Moscow, as well as see how life and architecture looked back then.

Constructed in 1886, this museum also features period rooms and decor, so it's certainly worth seeing for people in the area.

  • Address: 110 S Adams St, Moscow, ID 83843
  • Hours: Dependent on season/tour

Soak Up The Sun At Hamilton-Lowe Aquatics Center

The next thing to do in Moscow, Idaho, is to check out the Hamilton-Lowe Aquatics Center . Here is where families or groups can enjoy the outdoor seasonal water park with a lazy river, large pool, waterslides & interactive play area.

This aquatic center boasts a great summer itinerary, making it perfect for travelers with children.

  • Address: 830 N Mountain View Rd, Moscow, ID 83843
  • Hours: Open daily from 12 PM to 7:30 PM (Open at 11 AM on Saturdays and Sundays)
  • Tickets: Children 3 and under FREE, Children 4-17 $5.75 including tax, Adults 18-64 $7.75 including tax, Seniors 65+ $5.75 including tax

Palouse-Clearwater Environmental Institute

Another idea while in town would be to visit the Palouse-Clearwater Environmental Institute. Here is where people visiting Moscow can explore a 26.2-acre nature preserve in the city, as well as walk around and enjoy the fresh air.

  • Address: 1040 Rodeo Dr, Moscow, ID 83843
  • Hours: Open Monday - Friday from 9 AM to 5 PM

See A Show At The Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre

The next idea for a Moscow, Idaho, visitor is to catch a performance at the city's Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre . Here lies a restored historic theater that offers classic films, community events, and a variety of stage performances.

  • Address: 508 S Main St, Moscow, ID 83843

Cycle Some Of The Palouse Bike Trails

A very popular tourist activity in Moscow is to rent a bike and cycle through some of the Palouse bike trails. A popular trail is the 7-mile Bill Chipman Palouse Trail between Pullman in Washington and Moscow.

  • Admission: Bike rental costs will vary; check out Paradise Bike Rentals
  • Address: The trail end points are SE Bishop Blvd. (Pullman, WA) and Farm Rd. (Moscow, ID)

View The University Of Idaho Arboretum & Botanical Garden

Spend an afternoon checking out the countless plants from across the world in the University’s Arboretum & Botanical Garden . The garden is open every day, from dawn to dusk.

  • Admission: Free
  • Address: 875 Perimeter Drive MS 2281, Moscow, Idaho

Head To The Moscow Farmer’s Market

Visiting the Farmer’s Market is the big thing to do in Moscow and is incredibly popular with locals and visitors alike. It’s held from May to October from 8 am to 1 pm on Saturdays. Check out the fresh produce and enjoy some local performers entertaining the crowds.

  • Address: 101-155 W 4th St, Moscow, ID 83843

Camp Out In Robinson County Park

This campsite is great for those who would like to immerse themselves in nature but also want to be close to town, and the campsite in Robinson is just a ten-minute drive from downtown Moscow. This park has plenty of trails and picnic spots to enjoy.

  • Admission: $20 a night to camp
  • Address: 5168 Robinson Park Rd, Moscow ID 83843

Related: 8 Idaho State Parks To Add To Your Scenic Bucket List

Check Out The Appaloosa Museum & Heritage Center

For those wanting to learn about the history of the beautiful Appaloosa horse breed, native to the Palouse region, the Appaloosa Museum & Heritage Center is a perfect place to spend the afternoon.

Here is where guests can tour the Davis-Gillman Activity Center, Gift Shop, and Picnic Area, all while learning more about this area's rich culture.

  • Address: 2720 Pullman Rd, Moscow, ID 83843, USA
  • 1912 Center: Check out some local art and learn about cultural initiatives in Moscow
  • Address: 412 E. Third St. Moscow, ID 83843

Tour The Third Street Gallery

Next up, guests of the city of Moscow, Idaho, can check out the Third Street Gallery. The Third Street Gallery is located on the second and third floors of Moscow's beautifully renovated and historic City Hall, making that another nice thing to see while here.

  • Address: 206 W 3rd St, Moscow, ID 83843, USA
  • Hours: Seasonally/dependent on art and creators

Skate At The Palouse Ice Rink

Another fun stop in the Moscow area is the Palouse Ice Rink , a fun place to visit for all the family for some ice skating and hockey in the winter and rollerblading during the summer.

This could be a nice location to bring the family, especially for people with young kids.

  • Admission: Adults - $10, Children 6-17 - $8.00, 5 and under free
  • Family Admission (up to 5 members) - $35.00
  • Address: 1021 Harold St, Moscow, ID 83843, USA

Taste Local Moscow Craft Beers

Moscow has a pretty extensive craft beer culture, and it's well worth making a day of visiting some of the local breweries. Here are several great breweries to check out.

Moscow Brewing Company : Be sure to visit Moscow’s first brewhouse for some great history and even better beer

  • Address: 630 N Almon St #130, Moscow, ID

Hunga Dunga Brewing Company - Offering unique IPAs, Stouts, and so much more.

  • Address: 333 N Jackson St, Moscow, ID 83843, USA

Rants & Rave Brewery - A brewery and a grill, what’s not to love?

  • Address: 308 N Jackson St, Moscow, ID, USA

Best Time To Go To Moscow, Idaho

Moscow, Idaho, has a temperate climate with hot summers and cold winters. During the summer months, the temperature can reach into the 90s and can be quite dry. The winters are cold, with temperatures often dropping below freezing and the area receiving some snowfall. Spring and fall are mild, with temperatures ranging from the 40s to 60s.

The best time of year depends on what visitors have planned for the trip. The months of June, July, and August are great for outdoor activities like hiking and biking.

Related: Drive Mesa Falls Scenic Byway & See Idaho's Most Stunning Views

However, in the winter months, there are local mountains and resorts suitable for snowboarding, skiing, and snowshoeing for those interested in winter sports. The Palouse Ice Rink is a popular spot for locals and visitors during the winter, too, and also offers some family-friendly activities the whole year round. Even a scenic road trip can be enjoyable during Idaho's winter .

The city tends to be a bustling hub of activity during its festivals, like the Rendezvous in the Park music festival, which usually takes place on the third weekend in July, or the Moscow Winter Carnival, which takes place in early December.

Best Ways To Get Around Moscow Idaho

Moscow is a very walkable city, and most of the main destinations for tourists can be accessed on foot, especially during the summer. Getting around on a bike is a great option; Moscow has 36 miles of paved trails, so renting a bicycle in town could be a good choice for visitors.

  • Paradise Bike Rentals is a convenient bike rental shop on Main Street.

Moscow also has a public bus system called the Sustainable Moscow Area Regional Transportation or SMART transit that covers two loops, one in the west and one in the east of the town, and the fixed routes are free.

There are multiple taxi and rideshare companies in Moscow, and Uber and Lyft are also available. Here are some local Taxi company options:

  • Moscow Taxi
  • Pegasus Taxi

It’s possible to rent a car coming from the regional Pullman Moscow airport from companies Avis, Hertz, Enterprise, and Budget.

Where To Eat In Moscow, Idaho

Moscow, Idaho, has some great spots for food, drinks, and coffee if visitors know where to look. The food options in Idaho tend to pleasantly surprise visitors. As it's a student town, there are more than a few fun bars too.

Best Breakfast in Moscow, Idaho

One World Café, Breakfast Club, Varsity Diner

Delicious Lunches in Moscow, Idaho:

Shari’s Café and Pies, Einstein Bros Bagels, Stax

Fantastic Dinners in Moscow, Idaho:

Nectar, Tapped - Taphouse & Kitchen, Lodgepole

Great Coffee Shops in Moscow, Idaho:

Café Artista, Bucer's Coffee House Pub, Steam Coffee

Fun Bars in Moscow, Idaho:

John’s Alley Tavern, Mingles Bar & Grill, Neat Whiskey Bar

Where To Stay In Moscow, Idaho

There are a number of hotels and rentals in the city, although some travelers also opt to stay in the nearby Washington state town of Pullman. Here are a few options in Moscow itself:

Highly rated hotels in Moscow Idaho

Best Western Plus University Inn : Room rates at the Best Western Plus University Inn start from $120 per night

  • Amenities: Swimming pool, fitness center, on-site restaurant, and bar
  • Address: 1516 Pullman Road, Moscow, Idaho 83843

Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Moscow : Room rates at the Fairfield Inn & Suites start from $140 per night

  • Amenities: Free breakfast, indoor pool, and fitness center
  • Address: 1000 West Pullman Road, Moscow, Idaho 83843, United States

Mid-Tier hotels in Moscow

The Monarch Motel Room rates at the Monarch Hotel start from $100 per night

  • Amenities: garden/chill-out area
  • Address: 120 W 6th St, Moscow, ID 83843, United States

Hotel Mccoy Pullman Room rates at this property start from $140 per night

  • Amenities: Fitness center, Restaurant, Bar/Lounge, Free Wi-Fi, Free parking
  • Address: 455 Southeast Paradise Street, Pullman, WA 99163

Related: Idaho The Potato State: Why Not Sleep In A Hotel Shaped Like One?

Budget hotels in Moscow Idaho

La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham Moscow Pullman : Room rates at La Quinta Inn & Suites start from $130 per night

  • Amenities: Free breakfast, airport shuttle, shuttle to local attractions
  • Address: 185 Warbonnet Dr, Moscow, ID 83843, United States

Super 8 by Wyndham Moscow / Pullman: Room rates at Super 8 by Wyndham Moscow start from $80 per night

  • Amenities: Mobile check-in, Wi-Fi, free coffee & breakfast Item
  • Address: 175 Peterson Drive Pullman Hwy and 175 Peterson Dr, Moscow, ID 83843

Tips For Visiting Moscow, Idaho

Moscow is a University city in north central Idaho and has a population of just over 25,000. It’s about 8 miles east of the Washington State border. It’s been home to the University of Idaho since 1889.

Moscow is served by a regional airport, The Pullman Moscow Airport is four miles west of the city, and the closest major airport is Spokane International Airport in Washington, located within 90 miles east of the city.

From here, visitors can rent a car or arrange a shuffle to get to Moscow; it will take about an hour and 40 minutes.

Related: Explore Idaho's Capital City: The Ultimate Travel Guide To Boise & Things To Do

Moscow is located along Highway 95, which runs north and south through the city. It’s also possible to travel to Moscow by bus from Spokane and Seattle. It’s good to know a little bit about the unique landscape travelers will get to explore when visiting Moscow. It’s part of the Palouse region, which encompasses parts of north central Idaho, southeastern Washington, and a little bit of Oregon.

Its distinctive and peculiar rolling green hills are made of a material called loess, which is mainly dust and silt blown in over thousands of years from the southwest.

After periods of deposition and erosion in harsh weather, unique dune-like shapes formed in the landscape. The Palouse region is a major agriculture zone, mainly for grain production, and it's also a stunning place to experience as a tourist.

How To Spend The Perfect Day In Moscow, Idaho

A perfect day in Moscow will start with a great breakfast, so head to the popular One World Café for a delicious bite to eat and then get ready to take on some of the incredible Palouse biking trails. Rent a bike for the afternoon and take the Bill Chipman Palouse trail nearby by Pullman and back.

Don’t forget to bring a camera. Head for lunch at Stax for some soup and sandwiches, and then visit the University of Idaho campus for a stroll through the arboretum and Botanical Garden. While on campus, check out some of the famous landmarks, like the Kibbie Dome or the Prichard Art Gallery.

In the evening, enjoy a fancy dinner at Lodgepole and polish the evening off with a drink at John’s Alley Tavern.

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Moscow’s Historic Downtown walking tour introduces the many architecturally and historically significant buildings on Main Street. There are 60 buildings in total on this tour that where built between 1888 and 1853. Included in this tour are the Moscow Hotel, Kenworthy and NuArt Theatres, McConnell Maguire building, and the Browne Block.

Contact: Moscow Historic Preservation Commission https://www.ci.moscow.id.us/431/Historic-Preservation-Commission

Begins 102 S. Main Street, Moscow, Id 83843

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KrebsOnSecurity Threatened with Defamation Lawsuit Over Fake Radaris CEO

On March 8, 2024, KrebsOnSecurity published a deep dive on the consumer data broker Radaris , showing how the original owners are two men in Massachusetts who operated multiple Russian language dating services and affiliate programs, in addition to a dizzying array of people-search websites. The subjects of that piece are threatening to sue KrebsOnSecurity for defamation unless the story is retracted. Meanwhile, their attorney has admitted that the person Radaris named as the CEO from its inception is a fabricated identity.

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Radaris is just one cog in a sprawling network of people-search properties online that sell highly detailed background reports on U.S. consumers and businesses. Those reports typically include the subject’s current and previous addresses, partial Social Security numbers, any known licenses, email addresses and phone numbers, as well as the same information for any of their immediate relatives.

Radaris has a less-than-stellar reputation when it comes to responding to consumers seeking to have their reports removed from its various people-search services. That poor reputation, combined with indications that the true founders of Radaris have gone to extraordinary lengths to conceal their stewardship of the company, was what prompted KrebsOnSecurity to investigate the origins of Radaris in the first place.

On April 18, KrebsOnSecurity received a certified letter (PDF) from Valentin “Val” Gurvits , an attorney with the Boston Law Group , stating that KrebsOnSecurity would face a withering defamation lawsuit unless the Radaris story was immediately retracted and an apology issued to the two brothers named in the story as co-founders.

That March story worked backwards from the email address used to register radaris.com, and charted an impressive array of data broker companies created over the past 15 years by Massachusetts residents Dmitry and Igor Lubarsky (also sometimes spelled Lybarsky or Lubarski). Dmitry goes by “ Dan ,” and Igor uses the name “ Gary .”

Those businesses included numerous websites marketed to Russian-speaking people who are new to the United States, such as russianamerica.com, newyork.ru, russiancleveland.com, russianla.com, russianmiami.com, etc. Other domains connected to the Lubarskys included Russian-language dating and adult websites, as well as affiliate programs for their international calling card businesses.

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A mind map of various entities apparently tied to Radaris and the company’s co-founders. Click to enlarge.

The story on Radaris noted that the Lubarsky brothers registered most of their businesses using a made-up name — “ Gary Norden ,” sometimes called Gary Nord or Gary Nard .

Mr. Gurvits’ letter stated emphatically that my reporting was lazy, mean-spirited, and obviously intended to smear the reputation of his clients. By way of example, Mr. Gurvits said the Lubarskys were actually Ukrainian, and that the story painted his clients in a negative light by insinuating that they were somehow associated with Radaris and with vaguely nefarious elements in Russia.

But more to the point, Mr. Gurvits said, neither of his clients were Gary Norden, and neither had ever held any leadership positions at Radaris, nor were they financial beneficiaries of the company in any way.

“Neither of my clients is a founder of Radaris, and neither of my clients is the CEOs of Radaris,” Gurvits wrote. “Additionally, presently and going back at least the past 10 years, neither of my clients are (or were) officers or employees of Radaris. Indeed, neither of them even owns (or ever owned) any equity in Radaris. In intentional disregard of these facts, the Article implies that my clients are personally responsible for Radaris’ actions. Therefore, you intentionally caused all negative allegations in the Article made with respect to Radaris to be imputed against my clients personally.”

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Dan Lubarsky’s Facebook page, just prior to the March 8 story about Radaris, said he was from Moscow.

We took Mr. Gurvits’ word on the ethnicity of his clients, and adjusted the story to remove a single mention that they were Russian. We did so even though Dan Lubarsky’s own Facebook page said (until recently) that he was from Moscow, Russia.

KrebsOnSecurity asked Mr. Gurvits to explain precisely which other details in the story were incorrect, and replied that we would be happy to update the story with a correction if they could demonstrate any errors of fact or omission.

We also requested specifics about several aspects of the story, such as the identity of the current Radaris CEO — listed on the Radaris website as “Victor K.” Mr. Gurvits replied that Radaris is and always has been based in Ukraine, and that the company’s true founder “Eugene L” is based there.

While Radaris has claimed to have offices in Massachusetts, Cyprus and Latvia, its website has never mentioned Ukraine. Mr. Gurvits has not responded to requests for more information about the identities of “Eugene L” or “Victor K.”

Gurvits said he had no intention of doing anyone’s reporting for them, and that the Lubarskys were going to sue KrebsOnSecurity for defamation unless the story was retracted in full. KrebsOnSecurity replied that journalists often face challenges to things that they report, but it is more than rare for one who makes a challenge to take umbrage at being asked for supporting information.

On June 13, Mr. Gurvits sent another letter (PDF) that continued to claim KrebsOnSecurity was defaming his clients, only this time Gurvits said his clients would be satisfied if KrebsOnSecurity just removed their names from the story.

“Ultimately, my clients don’t care what you say about any of the websites or corporate entities in your Article, as long as you completely remove my clients’ names from the Article and cooperate with my clients to have copies of the Article where my clients’ names appear removed from the Internet,” Mr. Gurvits wrote.

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The June 13 letter explained that the name Gary Norden was a pseudonym invented by the Radaris marketing division, but that neither of the Lubarsky brothers were Norden.

This was a startling admission, given that Radaris has quoted the fictitious Gary Norden in press releases published and paid for by Radaris, and in news media stories where the company is explicitly seeking money from investors. In other words, Radaris has been misrepresenting itself to investors from the beginning. Here’s a press release from Radaris that was published on PR Newswire in April 2011:

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A press release published by Radaris in 2011 names the CEO of Radaris as Gary Norden, which was a fake name made up by Radaris’ marketing department.

In April 2014, the Boston Business Journal published a story (PDF) about Radaris that extolled the company’s rapid growth and considerable customer base. The story noted that, “to date, the company has raised less than $1 million from Cyprus-based investment company Difive .”

“We live in a world where information becomes much more broad and much more available every single day,” the Boston Business Journal quoted Radaris’ fake CEO Gary Norden, who by then had somehow been demoted from CEO to vice president of business development.

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A Boston Business Journal story from April 2014 quotes the fictitious Radaris CEO Gary Norden.

“We decided there needs to be a service that allows for ease of monitoring of information about people,” the fake CEO said. The story went on to say Radaris was seeking to raise between $5 million and $7 million from investors in the ensuing months.

THE BIG LUBARSKY

In his most recent demand letter, Mr. Gurvits helpfully included resumes for both of the Lubarsky brothers.

Dmitry Lubarsky’s resume states he is the owner of Difive.com , a startup incubator for IT companies. Recall that Difive is the same company mentioned by the fake Radaris CEO in the 2014 Boston Business Journal story, which said Difive was the company’s initial and sole investor.

Difive’s website in 2016 said it had offices in Boston, New York, San Francisco, Riga (Latvia) and Moscow (nothing in Ukraine). Meanwhile, DomainTools.com reports difive.com was originally registered in 2007 to the fictitious Gary Norden from Massachusetts.

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Archived copies of the Difive website from 2017 include a “Portfolio” page indexing all of the companies in which Difive has invested. That list, available here , includes virtually every “Gary Norden” domain name mentioned in my original report, plus a few that escaped notice earlier.

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Dan Lubarsky’s resume says he was CEO of a people search company called HumanBook . The Wayback machine at archive.org shows the Humanbook domain ( humanbook.com ) came online around April 2008 , when the company was still in “beta” mode.

By August 2008, however, humanbook.com had changed the name advertised on its homepage to Radaris Beta . Eventually, Humanbook simply redirected to radaris.com.

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Archive.org’s record of humanbook.com from 2008, just after its homepage changed to Radaris Beta.

Astute readers may notice that the domain radaris.com is not among the companies listed as Difive investments . However, passive domain name system (DNS) records from DomainTools show that between October 2023 and March 2024 radaris.com was hosted alongside all of the other Gary Norden domains at the Internet address range 38.111.228.x .

That address range simultaneously hosted every domain mentioned in this story and in the original March 2024 report as connected to email addresses used by Gary Norden, including radaris.com, radaris.ru, radaris.de, difive.com, privet.ru, blog.ru, comfi.com, phoneowner.com, russianamerica.com, eprofit.com, rehold.com, homeflock.com, humanbook.com and dozens more. A spreadsheet of those historical DNS entries for radaris.com is available here (.csv).

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The breach tracking service Constella Intelligence finds just two email addresses ending in difive.com have been exposed in data breaches over the years: [email protected], and [email protected] . Presumably, “gn” stands for Gary Norden.

A search on the email address [email protected] via the breach tracking service osint.industries reveals this address was used to create an account at Airbnb under the name Gary, with the last four digits of the account’s phone number ending in “ 0001 .”

Constella Intelligence finds [email protected] was associated with the Massachusetts number 617-794-0001 , which was used to register accounts for “Igor Lybarsky” from Wellesley or Sherborn, Ma. at multiple online businesses, including audiusa.com and the designer eyewear store luxottica.com .

The phone number 617-794-0001 also appears for a “Gary Nard” user at russianamerica.com. Igor Lubarsky’s resume says he was the manager of russianamerica.com.

DomainTools finds 617-794-0001 is connected to registration records for three domains, including paytone.com , a domain that Dan Lubarsky’s resume says he managed. DomainTools also found that number on the registration records for trustoria.com , another major consumer data broker that has an atrocious reputation, according to the Better Business Bureau .

Dan Lubarsky’s resume says he was responsible for several international telecommunications services, including the website comfi.com . DomainTools says the phone number connected to that domain — 617-952-4234 — was also used on the registration records for humanbook.net/biz/info/mobi/us , as well as for radaris.me , radaris.in , and radaris.tel .

Two other key domains are connected to that phone number. The first is b arsky.com , which is the website for Barsky Estate Realty Trust (PDF), a real estate holding company controlled by the Lubarskys. Naturally, DomainTools finds barsky.com also was registered to a Gary Norden from Massachusetts. But the organization listed in the barsky.com registration records is Comfi Inc. , a VOIP communications firm that Dan Lubarsky’s resume says he managed.

The other domain of note is unipointtechnologies.com. Dan Lubarsky’s resume says he was the CEO of Wellesley Hills, Mass-based Unipoint Technology Inc. In 2012, Unipoint was fined $179,000  by the  U.S. Federal Communications Commission , which said the company had failed to apply for a license to provide international telecommunications services.

A pandemic assistance loan granted in 2020 to Igor Lybarsky of Sherborn, Ma. shows he received the money to an entity called Norden Consulting .

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Notice the name on the recipient of this government loan for Igor Lybarsky from Sherborn, Ma: Norden Consulting. 

PATENTLY REMARKABLE

The 2011 Radaris press release quoting their fake CEO Gary Norden said the company had four patents pending from a team of computer science PhDs. According to the resume shared by Mr. Gurvits, Dan Lubarsky has a PhD in computer science.

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) says Dan Lubarsky/Lubarski has at least nine technology patents to his name . The fake CEO press release from Radaris mentioning its four patents was published in April 2011. By that time, the PTO says Dan Lubarsky had applied for exactly four patents, including, “ System and Method for a Web-Based People Directory .” The first of those patents, published in 2009, is tied to Humanbook.com , the company Dan Lubarsky founded that later changed its name to Radaris.

If the Lubarskys were never involved in Radaris, how do they or their attorney know the inside information that Gary Norden is a fiction of Radaris’ marketing department? KrebsOnSecurity has learned that Mr. Gurvits is the same attorney responding on behalf of Radaris in a lawsuit against the data broker filed earlier this year by Atlas Data Privacy .

Mr. Gurvits also stepped forward as Radaris’ attorney in a class action lawsuit the company lost in 2017 because it never contested the claim in court. When the plaintiffs told the judge they couldn’t collect on the $7.5 million default judgment, the judge ordered the domain registry Verisign to transfer the radaris.com domain name to the plaintiffs.

Mr. Gurvits appealed the verdict, arguing that the lawsuit hadn’t named the actual owners of the Radaris domain name — a Cyprus company called Bitseller Expert Limited  — and thus taking the domain away would be a violation of their due process rights.

The judge ruled in Radaris’ favor — halting the domain transfer — and told the plaintiffs they could refile their complaint. Soon after, the operator of Radaris changed from Bitseller to Andtop Company , an entity formed (PDF) in the Marshall Islands in Oct. 2020. Andtop also operates the aforementioned people-search service Trustoria.

Mr. Gurvits’ most-publicized defamation case was a client named Aleksej Gubarev , a Russian technology executive whose name appeared in the Steele Dossier . That document included a collection of salacious, unverified information gathered by the former British intelligence officer Christopher Steele during the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign at the direction of former president Donald Trump’s political rivals.

Gubarev, the head of the IT services company XBT Holding and the Florida web hosting firm Webzilla , sued BuzzFeed for publishing the Steele dossier. One of the items in the dossier alleged that XBT/Webzilla and affiliated companies played a key role in the hack of Democratic Party computers in the spring of 2016. The memo alleged Gubarev had been coerced into providing services to Russia’s main domestic security agency, known as the FSB.

In December 2018, a federal judge in Miami ruled in favor of BuzzFeed , saying the publication was protected by the fair report privilege, which gives news organizations latitude in reporting on official government proceedings.

Radaris was originally operated by Bitseller Expert Limited. Who owns Bitseller Expert Limited? A report (PDF) obtained from the Cyprus business registry shows this company lists its director as Pavel Kaydash from Moscow. Mr. Kaydash could not be reached for comment.

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42 thoughts on “ KrebsOnSecurity Threatened with Defamation Lawsuit Over Fake Radaris CEO ”

I am currently falling down a rabbithole. Scienteco is also Centerex.com, which … does what? … and why is there a messenger screenshot about a convo including someone named Ashley, discussing a Walnut Apartment on the last page of the lawyer-supplied Gary Lubarsky bio? So. many. questions.

that would be exhibit 3:

Indeed, when the various negative allegations you make are taken in totality, your article is not about Radaris at all. Your Article is an intentional personal attack on Dan and Gary Lubarsky. Your Article defamed my clients and its effect is clear and demonstrable. For example, Gary Lubarsky recently was denied an apartment because the landlord saw your Article. Please see the screenshot attached hereto as Exhibit 3.

So that’s what it feels like to have a landlord deny your tenancy application because they ordered a report for you from Radaris!

I applaud this comment.

“Taken in totality”? What does that mean? What defines an allegation as “negative”? It sounds like a landlord was able to use facts reported by Brian to make a determination that Dmitry & Igor have aspects of their lives that make him (the landlord) uncomfortable with renting to Igor. It is entirely the right of the landlord to gather factual information outside of qualities around identity, sex, and religion to make a determination on who he is renting to.

“Indeed, when the various negative allegations you make are taken in totality, your article is not about Radaris at all. Your Article is an intentional personal attack on Dan and Gary Lubarsky. Your Article defamed my clients and its effect is clear and demonstrable. For example, Gary Lubarsky recently was denied an apartment because the landlord saw your Article. Please see the screenshot attached hereto as Exhibit 3. “

Sounds like they make these people-search sites. Here’s a job posting: https://centerex.com/php-vac (archive: https://web.archive.org/web/20231202124438/http://centerex.com/php-vac ). The team speaks Russian and works in the GMT+2 or GMT+3 time zone.

I love your work. Are these dirtbagskis still in MA? I hope they get to tour the US – prison system.

This is a very complicated case, Brian. You know, a lotta ins, lotta outs, lotta what-have-you’s. A lotta strands to keep in my head, man.

Excellent work as always, Brian!

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