Walking Tours

Known the world over as the centre of British rule whether Royal or parliament. Westminster is where we will find Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben, and 10 Downing Street. Walk through tiny Victorian alleyways that many Londoners don’t even know about. Look inside Westminster Abbey and find out about the monarchs and famous people of the past who are buried...

Now famous as the square mile, a world leading financial centre, this is where London, or Londinium, was founded over 2000 years ago. Discover Roman remains, medieval churches, Victorian markets and award winning modern architecture. Hear how the financial institutions have shaped the culture and language of England and the world. Look inside St Paul’s Cathedral, where Prince Charles married Diana...

Look behind the scenes at some of London's most visited areas. Not just theatres and entertainment, fabulous churches, great history and quirky alleys. There's pretty good food too.

Up until the 1800s this was an area best known for it's market gardens. These days, iconic shopping, beautiful houses and a few surprises, not to mention London's greatest museums.

Over the last 30 years, London has seen a huge amount of change. We can explore the first major regeneration project in London's docklands, or the amazing Queen Elizabeth park, home of the Olympic Games on 2012 or visit Kings Cross, the latest total rebuild of what was, until recently, one of our most industrial and depressed areas. These before and after walks give a great overview of how recent...

There are many parts of London which the visitor would be unlikely to see, but have fascinating history and heritage. Separated by the Thames, south London is often ignored. From Borough market and Bermondsey, through Camberwell, Dulwich, Elephant, to Kennington, Lambeth and Shadwell, and up to Vauxhall and Waterloo, south London has much to offer the visitor. There is a series of walks in South L...

London is full of literary characters. We can explore the city of Geoffrey Chaucer, William Shakespeare or Charles Dickens. We can see where the Bloomsbury group were based, not to mention Jane Austen or Dorothy Sayers. We can explore the City of Sherlock Holmes, Shardlake or Harry Potter.

There are pubs in London dating back to the 1500's. No one can agree on the oldest pub. Is it the date that the current building was built or the site itself? What if it wasn't originally a pub, built for another purpose? Planning regulations have not always been around, people in the past thought nothing of tearing down a 16th century pub and rebuilding it. There are buildings that became pubs la...

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