Longplayer: Tibetan Singing Bowls in a Lighthouse

  • Walk into a lighthouse in the true one-of-a-kind activity.

  • Duration icon2h
    Participants icon1 - 10
    Offered in English
  • Longplayer: Tibetan Singing Bowls in a Lighthouse

  • Walk into a lighthouse in the true one-of-a-kind activity.

  • Duration icon2h
    Participants icon1 - 10
    Offered in English
  • Offered in English
  • Meet your host, Tea R
    Photo of Tea R

    My name is Tea, I’m 28 from london, grew up here so I know quite a few hidden gems and experiences. I have a PhD in political science and I am a consultant for USAID and the Kazakh ministry of science and education. I have been a host on the website couchsurfing showing travellers amazing places and now I want to do so on this platform. I am very much into the arts, a foodie, film, great coffee and great bars that offer something fun and memorable. I have a passion for art, history, travel, the outdoors and for great atmosphere. If you go on one of my events, my aim is to bring you a slice of London culture that you can savour and remember.

  • What you will see and do

    There is a lighthouse in London that hardly anyone knows about. It’s located near the Greenwich peninsula, offering an atmosphere like no other in London. The lighthouse itself has been transformed into an oasis of calm and contemplation, heaped in history and architecturally rich, there are also the sounds of Tibetan singing bowls. The tune will play for the next 1000 years and will never play the same composition. There is nothing else like it in London. Afterward, we will get a coffee/tea/hot chocolate and if you want a delicious at a nearby cafe overlooking the river and the docks. We will also take in the wall art surrounding the lighthouse, a much-loved area of mine.

  • Included iconWhat's included

    Entry to the lighthouse is free, there are no costs associated with this activity unless you choose to have a drink/food at the cafe.
  • Not included iconWhat's not included

    Food/drink
  • Policy iconCancellation policy

  • I will be by the ticket barriers

  • London  » History