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Guided Walks

Heritage and Arts are not able to offer guided walks as London is classified into Tier 4 for Coronavirus restrictions.  We are however running a wide range of 'virtual' tours.  We will visit both well known and lesser know parts of London, step inside some of the world famous attractions, take day trips out of London and even some exciting flights to world renowned cities.

Due to the Coronavirus outbreak we have temporarily suspended our guided walks.  We will return with a revised schedule when the situation improves and government guidelines advice allows.

The current UK government is allowing people to 'spend time outdoors, including private gardens and other outdoor spaces, in groups of up to six people from different households, following social distancing guidelines.  The guidance clarifies further 'you can spend time outdoors and meet in groups of up to six. You should stay alert and always practise social distancing with people from outside of your household keeping 1 metre apart'   See the guidance here

  • 31 May 2022, 14:00 – 16:00
    Westminster Underground, exit 4, London SW1A 2JR, UK
    Old Westminster is London at its grandest: the place where kings and queens are crowned, where they lived, and often were buried.
  • 04 May 2022, 10:45 – 12:45
    Bermonsey Underground, Station Approach Rd, London SE1 9SP
    Bermondsey dates as far back as the Domesday Book. But by the mid-19th century, parts had become notorious slums and was immortalised in Charles Dickens's novel Oliver Twist. Lately it has been transformed into a thriving 'destination' in the heart of London.
  • 27 Mar 2022, 10:45 – 12:45
    London, King William St, London EC4R 9AA
    London was a leading actor in – profited enormously from – the slave trade. But a few good men and women took the evil on and saw it off. Their names ring down the centuries, the great and the good who fought for freedom: Wilberforce, Wedgewood, Wesley, Blake, John Newton, Cowper.
  • 20 Mar 2022, 10:45 – 12:45
    Southwark Underground,, 68-70 Blackfriars Rd, London SE1 8JZ
    Women may not appear as often as men in the history books, but that doesn’t mean they’ve been sitting at home twiddling their thumbs. Far from it. Knitting up a storm more like. From princesses to prostitutes, they have made their mark and shaped the world we live in today.
  • 19 Mar 2022, 10:45 – 12:45
    London, Abbey Shop, 20 Deans Yd, London SW1P 3PA, UK
    Kings and queens are crowned, politicians govern and the clergy minister all from grand old Westminster.
  • 08 Mar 2022, 10:30 – 12:30
    St. Paul's underground station, exit 2, Cheapside, London, UK
    Afloat upon ethereal tides St. Paul’s above the city rides
  • 06 Mar 2022, 10:45 – 12:45
    St. Paul's Underground, exit 2, Cheapside, London
    It’s not all about suffragettes though; there’s a women preacher, a candidate for Shakespeare’s Dark Lady, and a seventh-century saint. Oh and poet who stabbed her mother to death with a kitchen knife.
  • 15 Oct 2020, 18:00 – 19:00
    Canada Water Library, 21 Surrey Quays Rd, Rotherhithe, SE16 7AR
    Rotherhithe is the village where master Christopher Jones lived and is buried, and from where the Mayflower crew were recruited. It is commonly believed to be the starting point for Mayflower's journey across the Atlantic in 1620, and where she ended her days on her return.
  • 27 Aug 2020, 10:45
    London Bridge Underground Station, 24 Borough High St, London SE1 1TL
    Bermondsey dates as far back as the Domesday Book. But by the mid-19th century, parts had become notorious slums and was immortalised in Charles Dickens's novel Oliver Twist. Lately it has been transformed into a thriving 'destination' in the heart of London.
  • 22 Aug 2020, 10:45
    Monument Station, Fish Street exit, London EC4R 9AA, UK
    London was a leading actor in – profited enormously from – the slave trade. But a few good men and women took the evil on and saw it off. Their names ring down the centuries, the great and the good who fought for freedom: Wilberforce, Wedgewood, Wesley, Blake, John Newton, Cowper.
  • 25 Apr 2020, 11:00 – 13:00
    The Railway Children Statue, Liverpool Street Station, London EC2M 7QA, UK
    The City of London is often overlooked in the story of the Mayflower but this is where the funding for the hire of the Mayflower was raised. A group of financially astute men would lay the foundations for what are the venture capitalists of today. London has always been at the forefront of finance
  • 24 Apr 2020, 14:00 – 16:00
    Southwark Underground Station, 68-70 Blackfriars Road, London SE1 8JZ
    An important area for the separatist movement. It was here that the London underground Church was established and religious dissidents were imprisoned. Outside the jurisdiction of the City, this was also a place for inns, theatres and brothels. A strange mix of moral and immoral people of London.
  • 24 Apr 2020, 11:00 – 13:00
    Canada Water Library, 21 Surrey Quays Rd, Rotherhithe, SE16 7AR
    Rotherhithe is the village where master Christopher Jones lived and is buried, and from where the Mayflower crew were recruited. It is commonly believed to be the starting point for Mayflower's journey across the Atlantic in 1620, and where she ended her days on her return.
  • 18 Apr 2020, 11:00 – 13:00
    The Railway Children Statue, Liverpool Street Station, London EC2M 7QA, UK
    The City of London is often overlooked in the story of the Mayflower but this is where the funding for the hire of the Mayflower was raised. A group of financially astute men would lay the foundations for what are the venture capitalists of today. London has always been at the forefront of finance
  • 17 Apr 2020, 14:00 – 16:00
    Southwark Underground Station, 68-70 Blackfriars Road, London SE1 8JZ
    An important area for the separatist movement. It was here that the London underground Church was established and religious dissidents were imprisoned. Outside the jurisdiction of the City, this was also a place for inns, theatres and brothels. A strange mix of moral and immoral people of London.
  • 17 Apr 2020, 11:00 – 13:00
    Canada Water Library, 21 Surrey Quays Rd, Rotherhithe, SE16 7AR
    Rotherhithe is the village where master Christopher Jones lived and is buried, and from where the Mayflower crew were recruited. It is commonly believed to be the starting point for Mayflower's journey across the Atlantic in 1620, and where she ended her days on her return.
  • 11 Apr 2020, 14:00 – 16:00
    The Railway Children Statue, Liverpool Street Station, London EC2M 7QA, UK
    The City of London is often overlooked in the story of the Mayflower but this is where the funding for the hire of the Mayflower was raised. A group of financially astute men would lay the foundations for what are the venture capitalists of today. London has always been at the forefront of finance
  • 11 Apr 2020, 11:00 – 13:00
    Canada Water Library, 21 Surrey Quays Rd, Rotherhithe, SE16 7AR
    Rotherhithe is the village where master Christopher Jones lived and is buried, and from where the Mayflower crew were recruited. It is commonly believed to be the starting point for Mayflower's journey across the Atlantic in 1620, and where she ended her days on her return.
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Heritage and Arts guides are back on the streets.  We are now running both guided walks and virtual walks.

To see a full list of the Heritage and Arts virtual walks click here.

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