Discover three of London's oldest pubs on this half day tour along the historic Bankside. Learn about the stories behind the old ale houses that Charles Dickens, William Shakespeare and other famous artists visited themselves. Meet up with your tour group at 3:00pm at St. Paul's Cathedral. From there, go to The Centre Page, which was once partially destroyed by The Great Fire and is rumored to be the pub where Guy Fawkes held Gun Powder Plot meetings. Next, head to the Anchor Bankside, which was a favorite of river pirates and smugglers a long time ago. This is also where Samuel Pepys watched the Great Fire of London, and where Doctor Johnson wrote part of his dictionary. Last but not the least, the final stop is the Old Thameside Inn, an old warehouse located by Cardinal Wolsey's Winchester Palace. Drink some of their famous beer, then head off to enjoy the rest of your evening.