If you’re an art lover looking for a fun and exciting way to explore London, then look no further than its vibrant art scene. From famous museums and art galleries like The National Gallery and The Tate Modern to street art gems hidden along less popular streets, London art has something for everyone. So, whether you’re a dyed in the wool art aficionado (or even a brush wielder yourself) or just looking to soak up some of London’s cultural vibes, here are some of the best places and tours you can take to discover artistic London.
Wednesday, 31 May 2023 @ 2.30 pm (This walk goes every Wednesday)
This walk is sold out on May 17th Guided by arts critic Rick Jones, Secretary of the Critics Circle
Friday, 02 June 2023 @ 10.30 am (This walk goes every Friday)
"Fan vaulting, Bow bells, a Mediterranean courtyard, a sermon timer and a mighty organ beneath Christopher Wren's most beautiful dome"
Friday, 02 June 2023 @ 10.45 am (This walk goes every Friday)
"it's not what we see but what we see in it"
Friday, 02 June 2023 @ 2.15 pm (This walk goes every Friday)
“the story of European art, masterpiece by masterpiece”
Sunday, 04 June 2023 @ 11 am (Click here for more dates)
"a corkscrew of a route that pops cork after cork of east London's vibrant, heady, dynamic street art scene"
Tuesday, 06 June 2023 @ 10.30 am (This walk goes every Tuesday)
"Afloat upon ethereal tides St. Paul's above the city rides"
We run a ton of private walks. If you to go on any of the walks below, it’s eezy peezy as well. Just give Fiona, Peter, Niamh or Mary a ring on 020 7624 3978 – or email us at [email protected] and we’ll set it up for you and make it happen.
Art in London - Series 2 : A four part series exploring art in London with award winning Blue Badge Guide Simon Whitehouse
Join Chris for a focused virtual walk through the exhibits. Guided by Chris
The National Portrait Gallery in London holds the world’s most extensive collection of portraits. The gallery is currently closed for 3 years until Spring 2023 as it commences its biggest redevelopment since the current building opened in 1896. But that needn’t stop you from exploring this wonderful collection! As part of our ongoing programme of virtual tours, London Walks is now bringing you an online virtual tour of some of the highlights of the collection!
Tate Britain Tour guided by an art historian
Free booklet of London poems. Double act. David guides. RSC actor Steve performs the poems.
"Hello to 'the Cathedral of the Arts and Crafts Movement'."