City of London Guided Walks (1)
The City of London -
Explore the streets, alleyways and churches of the City and their links to literature. Meet poets and writers who lived and worked in the City and their creations. From the author of some of the most erotic love poetry in the English language, who became Dean of St Paul’s, to a Nobel prize winner who worked in one of the City’s banks. Shakespeare and his fellow actors await you in a churchyard and the Man with the Twisted lip lurks close to Charles Dickens.
This tour is not scheduled at the
moment but please contact email@example.com to book as a private tour.
Great for Book Groups!
London's Burning -
A City Transformed
This is one of the regular walks led by official city guides and covers the many times London has faced destruction only to rise again from the ashes.
Jo will be leading this tour:
Thursday 27th July 2017 at 2pm
Sunday 13th August 2017 at 11am
Thursday 17th August 2017 at 2pm
Tour length: 1 hour 45 minutes
Meet outside the City of London Visitors Information Centre on the south side of St Paul's Cathedral.
No need to book.
Adults £7 Concessions £6
Sculpture in the City 2017
The modern City of London is not just about business. The insurance district with its many iconic contemporary buildings is also an urban sculpture park with works by world class artists such as Damien Hirst and Mark Wallinger.
Visit each of the 18 works, by 16 artists, that have been selected for Sculpture in the City 2017.
Bank Holiday Monday 28th August at 2:30pm.
Walk length 90 minutes
Starts from Liverpool St Station
Adults £10 / Concessions £8
All our walks can also be booked as private walks at a date and time to suit your group.