St. James' Park underground station, London (Westminster Abbey/Broadway exit, opposite 40 Broadway)
Guided by Barry
|Day||Walk Type||Start Time||End Time|
|8 November 2020||Tour du Jour||10.45 am||12.45 pm||Winter|
Royal Medicine – Monarchs, Matrons & Maladies
Now entertain conjecture of a time. Of times. And of people. Special people. Kings and Queens and Princes and Princesses. Of their lives. Their maladies. Their deaths.
So, yes, exactly what it says on the tin. The life and death of royalty. Those matters are always interesting, often fascinating. Including their medical history – ranging from their coming to their going. Their living, their dying, their excesses, their maladies, their treatment, their cadres of medical attendants, their post-mortems, the works. Fascinating.
And make no mistake, even more so because we’re shown these places and that time and those events – guided through that history – by a doctor.
Royal Medicine takes place at 10.45 am on Sunday, November 8. Meet Doctor Barry outside the Westminster Abbey/Broadway exit of St. James’s Park Tube.
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