The History of London Walks – Part II (the very first walk)

This is Part II of the History of London Walks, as told by the founder: Keith Baverstock the Australian adventurer, explorer, entrepreneur, “creative” and visionary. The founder of the oldest urban walking tour company on the planet: London Walks, the granddaddy of them all.

And, yes, the moment of creation was, as we’d guessed, in 1968. The first-ever London Walk was a pub walk that started at Tower Hill Underground Station, made its way down to the river and wended its way through Dockland (as it was known then), to end at the historic old riverside inn, The Prospect of Whitby.

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