Tower Hill underground station, London (meet by the Tower Hill Tram coffee stand) | Map
“Higgledy-piggledy. History haunted. Secretive in the extreme. Aggressively modern but preserving features – like so many geological strata – of its earlier selves…”
High Street Kensington underground station, London (meet by the Wasabi restaurant at the end of the shopping arcade that links the station with the High Street)) | Map
Europe’s most select residential street. Soigné lanes. London’s most delightful cul de sac. Its Nuremberg. Its most expensive house. Kensington Palace. Centuries-old barracks…
Piccadilly Circus underground station, London (exit 4, Eros exit – between the world-famous Eros statue and the Criterion Restaurant canopy)
“hole and corner, cloak and dagger London… the secret places of a murky nether-world”
Watch the video. It’s a small miracle – works wonders in 154 seconds. It’s the one at the very top of this page. It’s an utterly charming introduction to our Virtual Tours generally – and to this walk specifically. Magic of London guide Richard Walker wrote it, produced it and delivers it. So it’s a chance to meet Richard. And let him tell you a little bit about the Magic of London tour – about what it is and how it works. Let him you show you a bit of it, the magical landmarks, Tower Bridge, the London Eye and secret passageways you won’t have heard of.