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Obtaining tickets for Vergers tour and Parliament tour

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We leave for London in about three weeks. We arrive on Saturday, and have early check in to our apartment. It is located a couple of blocks from Parliament Square. We are thinking of doing the Parliament tour the day we arrive. The last tour is at 2:30 I think, and we should be able to make it in time. Is it possible to wait and make the reservation that day? Or do we just show up? I hate to do it in advance on the chance we are too tired, or that the flight is delayed. We also are thinking of doing the Vergers tour of Westminster Abbey later in the week, but haven't yet settled on the specific day. Does a reservation need to be made many days in advance? Or can I wait and do it once we arrive in London? Finally, has anyone attended a service at the Abbey? Since we are staying so close I thought it might be nice to try to go to a service. Thanks for any suggestions.

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