- Guided walking tour of London's lesser-known Fatberg sites
- Immerse yourself in a world of cooking fat and wet wipes
- Come for the spectacle - stay for the scent!
- Leave with a one-of-a-kind souvenir clump
- Infinitely more exciting than the pristine sewers of Paris
- See a part of history before it's removed
Forget Escape Rooms, Graffiti walks and climbing up The Shard – there's a new must-see experience in the heart of the capital.
Finally you and your friends can witness the hulking majesty of the Fatberg first-hand. A colossal mass of sludge; interwoven with wet wipes, cotton buds, tennis balls and a myriad other discarded items we can't resist flushing down the toilet. Monuments of ancient grease.
Knowledgeable tour guides will lead you through a labyrinth of weary Victorian sewers, stopping at five of London's largest and most picturesque Fatberg sites.
Bask in its ominous presence, revel in its scent, take a selfie or two. Each tour member leaves with a one-of-a-kind souvenir clump to commemorate their visit!
Touted as the woefully inefficient biofuel of the future; many Fatberg sites are sadly being dismantled as we write this. Fan favourite, Sidmouth is already a shadow of its former glory.
Tour groups are 10 people max and places are extremely limited, so make sure you book yours before the Fatbergs are gone forever.
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