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A Bear, a Bard and a Basin - Paddington Basin to Little Venice
Discover how railways and canals drove the industrial revolution and how the legacy of the once jam-packed waterways have been re-imagined to create contemporary spaces and locations for contemporary art and engineering. The walk sets off from the bustle of Paddington Station and ends in the tranquil oasis of Little Venice and includes the discovery of penicillin, a tribute to the father of modern computing and of course Paddington Bear.
This walk can be extended with a lunch break and a walk along the Regent's Canal to Camden Lock.
A Watery Walk through The City of London
Follow the River Thames as it flows alongside the City of London from Blackfriars to Tower Bridge.
As well as providing some stunning iconic views, this riverside walk encompasses many aspects of the City's history through a wide range of landmarks including wharves, churches, livery halls and bridges. Watch out for the points where the "lost" rivers of the Fleet and Walbrook and find out how work on London's new Super Sewer is progressing. Don't forget to bring your camera!
An Islington Watery Walk