London Loo Tours

Not the 'bog standard' London experience!


We're going through some changes!


Guided tours are on hold for the rest of 2014, but will be back soon.

Check back for updates or sign up for our e-mail list to stay up to date.


Meanwhile, check out our new Audio Tour!

You can now take the tour at your own time and pace

(or even from the comfort of your home!)


Check it out here!


Loo Tours are designed by and for adventurous spirits who want to see the world differently, who love history and off-the-beaten-track adventures and who care

about important social issues. There are a variety of exciting experiences to choose from.

A message from the Loo Lady:


Dear Toileteers,


As and American Immigrant, my UK visa runs out on World Toilet Day, 19th November, 2014. I have spent the last two years on a Tier 1 Graduate Entrepreneur Visa which allows international graduates of UK institutions to remain in the country and start businesses. Unfortunately once those two years are up success and continued residency are measured by numbers, and large amounts of investment capital or turn over. There is no longer a visa available for micro-enterprises and people who are simply driven by passion and want to make the world a slightly quirkier place.

You can read more about my visa situation and the process I have gone through on my blog.


I hope that Loo Tours will not end for good, but they will be going through some drastic changes. Audio versions of the tours which will be available from 19th November. I am also on the lookout for new guides who might be able to carry on the plunger, as it were. I may even be back myself one day. I'll also be looking into launching Loo Tours wherever in the world I happen to end up, so do keep an ear to the ground.


If you would like to book a tour, are interested in guiding, or want to talk to me about my views on anything from toilets to immigration to London I can be reached at rachel@lootours.com


Best wishes,


Rachel Erickson

The Loo Lady


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