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National Theatre Backstage Tours 'provide unique insight into one of the top London attractions'
Published: Monday 12th of April 2010
National Theatre Backstage Tours leave visitors with a "lasting impression" of one of the most impressive London attractions, it is stated.
The tours are led by expert guides and they provide a unique insight into otherwise unseen parts of the building, according to the National Theatre website.
People who take the tour of the National Theatre are able to learn about the history of the iconic building and visit the three auditoriums as well as their backstage areas.
The tours also take in the fascinating world of props and costumes, with a visit to the workshops where sets are created.
Each year, more than 20,000 people from all over the world enjoy the tour.
The National Theatre is conveniently located on London's South Bank, close to Covent Garden, the West End and Waterloo.
A large number of buses serve the venue, while there is also an on-site car park which is open between the hours of 06:00 and 01:00 BST.
Posted by Samantha Reed
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