Isobel

Isobel is an artist, journalist, linguist, prize-winning Blue Badge Guide and London Walks’ token aristocrat. One of her ancestors introduced the waltz to this country. Have a listen: here’s a little podcast Isobel did about one of her walks.

All of Isobel's Walks

St. Paul's Cathedral
St. Paul's Cathedral

Tuesday, 05 March 2024 @ 10.30 am (This walk goes every Tuesday)

"Afloat upon ethereal tides St. Paul's above the city rides"  

Old Westminster Walking Tour
Old Westminster Walking Tour

Tuesday, 05 March 2024 @ 2 pm (Click here for more dates)

 "the cornerstone walk – miss it and you've missed London" 

Undiscovered London, Butlers Wharf and Shad Thames
Undiscovered London, Butlers Wharf and Shad Thames

Wednesday, 06 March 2024 @ 10.45 am (This walk goes every Wednesday)

Four words* that make my blood race: “hasn’t yet been discovered.”  *Right up there with hidden places, hidden history

Fair Maids, Feminists & Philanthropists
Fair Maids, Feminists & Philanthropists

Saturday, 09 March 2024 @ 2.30 pm

To mark International Women's Day

Westminster Abbey Tour – London's Crowning Glory
Westminster Abbey Tour – London's Crowning Glory

Monday, 11 March 2024 @ 10.30 am (Click here for more dates)

On Saturdays, the Westminster Abbey Tour takes place at 10.15 am year round. On Mondays, it takes place at 10.30 am until April 29.  From May 7 until October 28 it takes place every Monday at 1.45 pm.

Saints, Sinners and Sisters
Saints, Sinners and Sisters

Saturday, 23 March 2024 @ 2.30 pm

Tradeswomen, writers, lawyers, feminists, martyrs, muses and murderers: women’s stories aren’t always nice, nor are they niche.

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Other walks in Isobel's repertoire.

They run occasionally as 'Specials' but can also be booked privately.

Old & New Walworth
Old & New Walworth

Open Studios Day in 'the seriously hip artists' quarter'

Diamond Dogs Virtual Walk
Diamond Dogs Virtual Walk

 A new  virtual tour around London, recognising and celebrating our canine companions. Guide by Isobel

Saints Sinners Sisters
Saints Sinners Sisters

To mark International Women's Day

Slavery & the City
Slavery & the City

"No country profited more from slavery and the slave trade..."