Tuesday's Walks

We are delighted to now be able to bring you selected walks – indicated below with a green tick.
Greyed out walks with a red cross are temporarily suspended but we hope to bring these back soon! Book to guarantee your place.

8.45 am

Salisbury & Stonehenge Tour From London Not Running

Guided by

“Best guided tour in Britain” Daily Mail

 

 

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10.45 am

The Lure of the Underground Not Running

Baker Street Underground station, London (Baker Street North exit)

Guided by Anne-Marie or Fiona

“subterranean London”

“there’s a whole other world down there”

“London created the Underground and the Underground created London” 

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10.45 am

DIAMOND-STUDDED LONDON Not Running

Chancery Lane underground station, London (exit 3)

Guided by Hilary or Kim or Rex

10.45 am

Old Mayfair Running

Green Park underground station, London (north exit, on the corner)

Guided by Peter G. or Richard III

“the champagne & caviar of London Walks”

 

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10.45 am

Behind Closed Doors Not Running

Covent Garden underground station, London

Guided by Brian or Richard III or Tom

Let’s go for it – crack open some doors on Tuesday morning…

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11 am

The Beatles "IN MY LIFE" Running

Marylebone tube station, London

Guided by Richard P

“A splendid time is guaranteed for all” Toronto Globe and Mail

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11 am

Shakespeare's and Dickens' Old City Running

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

Guided by Andrew or Corinna or David or Stephen

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

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1.45 pm

St. Paul's Cathedral Running

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

Guided by Isobel or Judy or Mary

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“Afloat upon ethereal tides St. Paul’s above the city rides” 

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2 pm

Plague, Fire, Hellfire, Revolution Not Running

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

Guided by Fiona or Isobel or Simon W.

Rendezvous with history

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2 pm

"Somewhere Else" London Not Running

Embankment underground station, London (river exit) | Map

Guided by Stephanie

“streets that look like an old movie shot thru a vaselined lens – there’s no better sense of place in London”                                     

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2 pm

Old Westminster Walking Tour Running

Westminster Underground station, London (exit 4)

Guided by David T. or Isobel or Judy or Karen or Oliver or Shaughan or Simon

“the cornerstone walk – miss it and you’ve missed London” 

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2 pm

Bohemian Bloomsbury Running

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

Guided by Andy R. or Brian or Jan or Tom

 Unexpected,  uncommon, unforgettable, undiscovered Bloomsbury. 

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2.30 pm

Past the Palace Running

Embankment underground station, London (Villiers Street exit) | Map

Guided by Delianne or Karen or Peter G.

“This one isn’t on the balcony – it’s through the keyhole. It’s royal hideaways, boltholes, nooks and crannies…”

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2.30 pm

How the City Got Rich Running

Tower Hill tube station, London

Guided by David P. or Mary B.

Why here, why London. How London did it. The great historical mystery solved. Solved (guided) by a London Mayor.

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6.30 pm

The Ancient City at Night Running

Bank underground station, London (exit 3, meet by the Wellington statue) | Map

Guided by Peter G.

“it’s like moving, stunned, through the crevasses of a mountain glacier”

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7 pm

Hidden Pubs of Old London Town Not Running

Temple underground station, London

Guided by Andrew

Cheek-by-jowl, higgledy-piggledy, quintessential 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 Adam or Andrew or Donald or Molly or Oliver or Shaughan or Stephen

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

 

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