London Walks by Date

1 August 2021

10 am
Hello London! Running

Westminster Underground station, London (exit 4)

Guided by Nick G. or Steven Sy

“Everything you want to see in the famous heart of London can be seen on foot in two hours. Seen better. Seen up close. Guided better. Fraction of the cost.”

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10.15 am
The Old Jewish Quarter Running

Tower Hill underground station, London (meet by the Tower Hill Tram coffee stand) | Map

Guided by Judy or Russell or Shaughan or Steve F.

“splinter-sharp guides and gripping history in ‘a shtetl called Whitechapel'”

 

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10.15 am
Thames Sightseeing, Brunel's River Cruise Running

Embankment underground station, London (river exit) | Map

Guided by Andy W. or Martin or Robert

“I have been on several London walks but this was simply the best, with a boat ride thrown in and an amazing surprise at the end!”

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10.30 am
Hampstead Village & Heath Running

Hampstead Underground station, London

Guided by David or Peter G. or Richard III

“the jewel in the London Walks crown” The New York Times  

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10.30 am
The Famous Square Mile Running

Monument Underground station, London (Fish Street Hill exit)

Guided by Delianne or Fiona or Judy or Simon or Tom

The great classic London Walk: explores the very heart of the City – the most historic part of the capital…

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10.45 am
Musical Covent Garden Running

Covent Garden Tube | Map

Guided by Adam

Maria Callas, Bob Dylan, Gilbert & Sullivan, Bob Marley & Thomas “Rule Britannia” Arne – all in one tour. The Greatest Hits of Covent Garden.

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10.45 am
Highgate Village – "a place apart" Running

Highgate underground station, London (meet in the ticket hall) | Map

Guided by Corinna or Matthew or Richard III

Make a day of it?  1) the walk  2) Kenwood House for lunch  3) visit Highgate Cemetery?

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11 am
The Tower of London Not Running

Tower Hill underground station, London (meet by the Tower Hill Tram coffee stand) | Map

Guided by Brian or Judy or Tom

“the most important mediaeval fortress in Europe” 

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11 am
Beatles Magical Mystery Tour Running

Tottenham Court Road underground station, London (exit 1)

Guided by Richard P

“Richard Porter’s personal kinship with John, Paul, George and Ringo makes his tours some of the most popular in the city”, USA Today

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11 am
The Street Art Tour Running

Liverpool Street underground station, London (Bishopsgate west exit, top of the escalator) | Map

Guided by

NB This walk is fully booked for Sunday May 2nd

“a corkscrew of a route that pops cork after cork of east London’s vibrant, heady, dynamic street art scene”

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1.45 pm
Westminster at War Running

Embankment underground station, London (river exit) | Map

Guided by Steven Sy or Tom

 

“the nerve-centre of the entire war, it was a city transformed: sandbagged tombs in the Abbey; a pillbox & barbed wire in Parliament Square, machine-gun nests…”

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2 pm
Little Venice – the pursuit of pleasure Running

Warwick Avenue underground station, London

Guided by Peter G. or Richard III or Shaughan

“Shaughan was something else with his jokes and songs and obvious knowledge of the area…”                               

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2 pm
Ahoy! The Mayflower Village Running

Rotherhithe Overground station, London

Guided by Maribeth or Michael

“this place still looks like – feels like – what it once was”

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2 pm
Bizarre London Not Running

Tower Hill underground station, London (meet by the Tower Hill Tram coffee stand) | Map

Guided by Sue

2.30 pm
Grand Surrey Canal, Royal Navy Victualling Yard, Greenland Dock Running

Surrey Quays Overground railway station

Guided by Canal Guides

A get away from it all walk – down on that towpath it’s 200 years ago. 

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2.45 pm
Shakespeare's and Dickens' Old City Running

St. Paul's underground station, London (exit 2)

Guided by Andy or Corinna or David or Stephen

A walk, a performance, a clinic in how Shakespeare’s lines should be delivered                                                            

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3 pm
Virtual Sherlock Holmes Saves the Nation! Running

Sherlock Holmes Saves the Nation! The world of the Diogenes Club in Westminster and St James’s. Guided by Richard IV

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5 pm
Virtual Revolting London – 20 centuries of rebellion and retribution Running

“extraordinary characters whose lives and deaths are etched on, above and beneath the streets and alleys of London”  Guided by Ian

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7 pm
Secret Soho & Its Pubs Not Running

Leicester Square underground station, London (exit 1, by Wyndham's Theatre)

Guided by Peter G. or Richard III

See buzzing Soho with a stylish, whip-smart guide. Sunday night at 7 pm.

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7 pm
Virtual Spies & Spymasters of London – Virtual Tour Running

Top Secret London. Cambridge Five. ‘C’. Secret Service Bureau. OSS & SOE. Le Carré & Smiley. Somerset Maugham & Ashenden. Guided by Richard IV For Your Eyes Only.

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7.30 pm
Gruesome London, Ghostly London Not Running

Monument Underground station, London (Fish Street Hill exit)

Guided by Andy or Stephen

“deliciously spooky”  San Francisco Chronicle Halloween Season Special on Saturday afternoon

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7.30 pm
Jack the Ripper Walking Tour Running

Tower Hill underground station, London (meet by the Tower Hill Tram coffee stand) | Map

Guided by Adam or Andy or Andy F. or Donald or Molly or Oliver or Shaughan or Stephen

NB Due to Engineering works Tower Hill Station is closed from August 4th to  August 12th inclusive. We still meet there. Nearest tube to walk from is Bank.

“In 1888 I was a freak. Today I’m an amateur” — Jack the Ripper

 

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