Or just turn up?
£10 for concs. £5 for kids.
We go rain or shine
Walks schedule by date
Outside the West Front of Westminster Abbey by the Abbey shop.
Brian or Chris or Mary or Tom
Carpe diem. No tourists. And photography allowed!
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Monument Underground station, London (Fish Street Hill exit)
Karen or Kim or Richard III or Sue
“Elsewhere is always surprising… ” “history as a seance” “Victorian underside of modern London”
Covent Garden underground station, London
A historical tour de force of “the city built on sin” – “most entertaining walk ever”
“the distillation of a brilliant guide’s vast experience probing the secret places of the world’s most elusive city”
Rotherhithe Overground station, London
Maribeth or Michael
“this place still looks like – feels like – what it once was”
Holborn underground station, London (main exit, debouches onto Kingsway)
Karen or Molly or Shaughan
“like a clutch of Oxbridge colleges in the heart of London”
Russell Square underground station, London
Gillian or Hilary or Tom
“Whoever travels without a guide needs 200 years for a 2-hour journey” Rumi
St. Paul's underground station, London (exit 2)
Aaron or Peter G.
“this tiny hamlet serves up brimming draughts from the deep well of its history”
Piccadilly Circus underground station, London (exit 4, Eros exit – between the world-famous Eros statue and the Criterion Restaurant canopy)
Adam or Karen or Richard B or Simon W.
“elegant arcades, secret doorways and peekaboo views”
“royal chocolates (we sample them, gratis)”
Ready, Steady, Go… Guided by Adam
5 years that changed the face of pop & rock 1964-69
4 of the unlikeliest pop stars of all-time
3 number one hits
2 warring brothers
1 unique story
Westminster Underground station, London (exit 4)
The great seminal London Walk. Miss it and you’ve missed London…
Tower Hill underground station, London (meet by the Tower Hill Tram coffee stand) | Map
Adam or Andy or Andy F. or Donald or Molly or Oliver or Shaughan or Stephen
“In 1888 I was a freak. Today I’m an amateur” — Jack the Ripper
Embankment underground station, London (river exit) | Map
“this part of London is like a haunted house… gas-lit alleyways, film-set perfect Georgian streets”