Tower Hill Tube (meet by the Tower Hill Tram" coffee stand)" | Map

Guided by Simon or Richard III

All the delights and delicacies of a London Victorian Christmas with Charles Dickens's famous story A Christmas Carol as your route map and inspiration. We'll deck the streets of London with balls of jolly. Scrooge and Marley and the Cratchits... they're all here. This was where Dickens's imagination took wing and where the characters did their thing. And as we make their acquaintance we'll spice things with warming seasonal stories of turkeys and boars' heads, Christmas puds, mince pies and pantomimes; cards, crackers, Christmas trees and mistletoe. Let alone the bells that rang out on Christmas morning to wake Scrooge up, a much-changed character. N.B. the walk takes about two hours and ends across the street from St. Paul's Cathedral and St. Paul's Tube Stop.


The Charles Dickens's Christmas Carol & Seasonal Traditions walk takes place at 2.30 pm on Saturday, December xx and Saturday, December xx.

It also takes place at 10.45 am on Sundays, December xx

And it takes place at 2 pm on Tuesday, December xx and at 11 am on Wednesday, December xx

The meeting point for the Charles Dickens's Christmas Carol & Seasonal Traditions walk is just outside the exit of Tower Hill Tube. Meet by the Tower Hill Tram coffee stall.


If you can't catch any of the regularly scheduled, just turn up, public Charles Dickens' Christmas Carol & Seasonal Traditions walks, well, it can always be booked as a private walk. You can have it as a private walk on any day and at a time that suits your convenience. Just give us a ring – on 020 7624 3978. Or email us at