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Want to take a tour with a difference? We've found 9 must-try walking tours in the UK with a twist. From crop circles to sewers, these are days out to remember...
This walking tour might sound gross but discovering what's underneath Brighton's streets is actually pretty interesting. Explore 366 metres of the sewers, starting at the Palace Pier and emerging through a manhole in the middle of Old Steine Gardens.
See if you can solve the mystery of Wiltshire's crop circles with this amazing tour, which sees an expert guide take you through fields in search of the latest appearances.
Love 'The Only Way Is Essex'? Then this is the tour for you! You'll have the chance to see all the locations from the hit TV show, as well as visit some of the shops owned by the cast, and your Towie trivia will be tested in a quiz along the way.
Possibly one of the weirdest walking tours available is York's historical toilet tour, which enables you to see Roman toilets, Viking cesspits and the first women’s toilet built in 1896. Led by local historians, this is definitely a different way to see the city.
Take a tour with a difference with Bath's laughing walking tour, which will have you in stitches as it takes you on a beautiful stroll around the city.
This is one for all your literary buffs who fancy seeing where CS Lewis and JRR Tolkien wrote their famous novels. This walking tour will show you their beloved Oxford where they studied, lived and spent their leisure time.
What better way to see the amazing architecture of Glasgow than on a tour given by the students studying it? On this walking tour students from the Glasgow School of Art will show you Glasgow’s distinct architecture, from Victorian influences to Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s innovative designs.
Know someone who loves 'Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels'? Take them on this tour where they'll get the chance to spend an afternoon with Stephen Marcus (who plays Nick the Greek in the film), as he takes them around the locations of real life gangster events and various film locations.
Explore Wales with a twist thanks to the Corris Mine walking tours, which take you down the old Braich Goch slate mine. Left just as it was when it was abandoned over 40 years ago, it's a chance to discover 130 years of history.