London Walks by Date

Monday, 17 June 2024

10 am
The Changing of the Guard Tour Running

Piccadilly Circus Tube, meet by the Eros statue | Map

Guided by Rick Jones or Ronnie Haydon

“A great walk, loads of interesting facts, an excellent friendly guide with the addition of a great singing voice. Highly recommended” Walker Brian

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10.45 am
Darkest Victorian London Running

Monument Underground station, London (Fish Street Hill exit)

Guided by Karen or Richard III or Sue

Elsewhere is always surprising… ”   “history as a seance”   “Victorian underside of modern London”

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11 am
Hidden London Running

Monument Underground station, London (Fish Street Hill exit)

Guided by Shaughan

“the distillation of a brilliant guide’s vast experience probing the secret places of the world’s most elusive city” 

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1.45 pm
Westminster Abbey Tour – London's Crowning Glory Running

Outside the West Front of Westminster Abbey by the Abbey shop.

Guided by Brian or Chris or Isobel or Karen or Mary or Tom

Westminster Abbey Tour – London's Crowning Glory


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.

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2 pm
The Inns of Court Running

Holborn underground station, London (main exit, debouches onto Kingsway)

Guided by Karen or Molly or Shaughan

“like a clutch of Oxbridge colleges in the heart of London”                                           

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2.30 pm
Tate Britain Running

Pimlico station, just beyond the ticket barriers in the station

Guided by Rick Jones


the best of British painting and sculpture over 500 years – guided by professional arts critic Rick Jones

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2.30 pm
London's Secret Village Running

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

Guided by Aaron or Peter G. or Philip or Sue

“this tiny hamlet serves up brimming draughts from the deep well of its history”


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2.30 pm
A Village in Piccadilly Running

Piccadilly Circus underground station, London (exit 4, Eros exit – between the world-famous Eros statue and the Criterion Restaurant canopy)

Guided by Adam or Claire or Karen or Simon W.

“elegant arcades, secret doorways and peekaboo views”   

“royal chocolates (we sample them, gratis)” 


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7 pm
Old Westminster by Gaslight Running

Westminster Underground station, London (exit 4, opposite Big Ben)

Guided by Delianne or Oliver or Peter G.

The great seminal London Walk. Miss it and you’ve missed London…

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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 Andy or Andy F. or Molly or Oliver or Simon or Stephen

Jack the Ripper Walking Tour

“London Walks tells us why the case matters – unlike sensationalist competitors”  

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7.30 pm
Apparitions, Alleyways & Ale Not Running

Embankment underground station, London (river exit) | Map

Guided by Peter G.

“this part of London is like a haunted house…                             gas-lit alleyways, film-set perfect Georgian streets” 

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