Walks

Below are a selection of the many walking tours I lead, contact me for information on other tours.

Post-war City Architecture 

Want to know why the City of London is suddenly full of tall buildings? Or maybe just interested in architectural development? This walk is a combination of history and architecture - find out about the 4 significant dates which changed the City's architecture. The walk starts at the iconic Brutalism housing estate in the North of the City and wends its way to end near Liverpool Street station. 

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Meet: Barbican tube station - street level
Ends: Near Liverpool Street Station


Royal London 

Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip, Prince Charles and Camilla, Katherine and William (the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge) – just some of the members of the Royal Family. On this tour you will learn where Prince Philip has his hair cut, the mistake made by William on his wedding day, where the Queen shops, both in person and by royal appointment. See a Tudor palace and where the younger members of the family like to party. Something for all the family.

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Meet: Green Park tube station
Ends: Westminster Abbey


Shardlake's City 

C.J Sansom introduces us to his wonderful 'hunchback' lawyer-detective, Matthew Shardlake, in his series of 5 (soon to be 6!) novels. This 2 hour walk starts at Matthew Shardlake's house; we will walk down the street where Guy lived, see where Chancery died at the hands of the evil Richard Rich. Past Taverns where Barak most likely tumbled out drunk. We will not only see, but also smell the London that Shardlake knew.   

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Meet: Outside the Royal Courts of Justice, Fleet Street
Ends: Bank Junction


10 Must See Sites to See in the City of London  

For people who want to gain an insight into the City of London all in one walk, but don't have much time. This is the walk for you. The walk takes you to 10 iconic landmarks of the City of London including The Medieval Guildhall, Lloyds building, St Paul's cathedral the Monument, medieval alleyways, and the Mansion House. Ending at bank junction - the home of Money.

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Meet: St Paul's  tube station, exit 2 outside the station
Ends: Bank Junction


Legal London 

A weekday walk. We head straight into the Temple complex – it's like stepping back in time. Hear the stories of how the legal profession works, of barristers, benchers and wigs. The walk exits Temple via a most unusual route, and into the Royal Courts of Justice then back to our last Inn on the tour. 

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Meet: Temple tube station
Ends: Lincoln's Inn


London Markets 

This walk is really up to you! London is full of markets both traditional street markets, antique markets, flower markets, trendy clothes markets, and not forgetting where you may pick up a real bargain - flea markets. Let me know your desires and I will accommodate.

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Meet: To meet your needs