City of London Guided Walks (2)
London 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.
Great for Book Groups!
This walk is not scheduled at the moment but please contact email@example.com to book as a private walk.
The City of London-
A Most Lamentable Fire
In 1666 The Great Fire of London led to the destruction of 80% of the buildings within the old City walls.
Starting where the fire's most famous chronicler, Samuel Pepys, lived and worked this walk follows the course of the fire from its outbreak in Pudding Lane to its terrifying climax at St Paul's Cathedral.
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Leadenhall Market Tour
Explore the stunning Victorian Arcades of Leadenhall Market designed and created by Sir Horace Jones in 1881.
Discover the remains of Roman London's basilica and forum hiding in a hairdresser's shop, the secret entrance to Harry Potter's Diagon Alley and a celebrity goose.
As well as hearing Leadenhall's fascinating history see modern art and architecture on the market's fringes
The tour takes place every Wednesday at 11am and 2pm with a City of London guide.
Karen is leading the tour:
Wednesday 4th April 2018 at
11am and 2pm
Adults £12 / Concessions £10
All our walks can also be booked as private walks at a date and time to suit your group.