WALKING TOURS

WALKING TOURS TEMPORARILY SUSPENDED DUE TO TIER 4 RESTRICTIONS. WE'LL BE BACK SOON!

From unforgettable sights to undiscovered corners, there’s just so much to see and explore. Choose from a private tour or opt for a guided group walk If you have any questions or are ready to book your tour, feel free to get in touch.

NEW TOUR! MAYFAIR 

WITH ROWAN FREELAND

£15 per person

This walk takes us from Grosvenor Square to Berkeley Square, through the heart of Mayfair, the most expensive square on the English Monopoly Board and still one of London’s most expensive districts. We will celebrate an area of strong connections with the United States, Churchill’s first apartment, the remains of an aristocratic garden, and will finish by walking along (or rather above) the River Tyburn. Along the way we will admire some great twentieth century architecture, some of London’s oldest trees, an allegedly haunted house, the most inaccessible painting by Banksy, London’s famous guerrilla artist, and will end with London’s oldest trade mark.

CHELSEA'S LITERARY LANDMARKS
WITH EMILY LAURENCE BAKER

£15 per person

During a three-mile walk in Chelsea, we’ll track the neighbourhood’s many phases of development, including medieval port; manufacturing and design centre; Bohemian artists’ colony;  and swinging ‘60s headquarters. Along the way, we’ll hear quotes from and about famous writers who have lived here – from the 1500s to the present.

Come and see where Jane Austen enjoyed a musical soiree. Listen to the heart-breaking story of Oscar Wilde’s arrest and see where he penned some of his best-known works. Stand in awe by the glorious mansions of Cheyne Walk to hear a poem that George Eliot (Mary Anne Evans) wrote from her sitting room. Further along this glamorous road, learn why Ian Fleming suffered ridicule over his manuscript for Casino Royale. (Who had the last laugh there?)

THE SPRAY CAN
WITH EMILY DELL

£15 per person

Are you ready to enter the colourful world of Shoreditch, East London? then join me on a walking tour to discover an area that speaks with a spray can.


This tour will look at the ever changing face of Shoreditch through the painted walls, sculptures and eye opening street art. We will look at the different techniques and ever changing styles in Londons street art scene, whilst taking in the humorous, the political and heartfelt works of art. We will see work by famous artists such as : Stik, Mr Cenz, Jim Vision, Banksy and more. So prepare to fill your photo gallery with monsters, beautiful women, broccoli and more. 

The tour lasts for 2 hours and I can highly recommend you putting some time aside to explore the multiple food options the area has to offer. 

LEGAL LONDON
WITH ROWAN FREELAND

£15 per person

The Inns of Court are tranquil oases tucked beside the River Thames between the City of London and the City of Westminster.  They lie at the very heart of the English Legal System, but few Londoners other than lawyers ever visit and even most lawyers do not know their history.  They contain some of London’s most beautiful late seventeenth and eighteenth century vernacular architecture, one of London’s oldest churches, and are full of stories.  Get away from the crowds and explore this beautiful corner of historic London!

MAYFLOWER PILGRIMS IN LONDON
WITH EMILY LAURENCE BAKER

£15 per person

As a descendent of four passengers on the Mayflower, I am especially excited to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the ship’s sailing.  Join me for a walking tour along the River Thames in Rotherhithe that explains the background of the ship’s passengers, presenting them as incredibly brave pioneers and possibly shattering myths that many Americans have been taught in school. We’ll get some Instagram-worthy views of the City of London and explore a delightful riverside area often overlooked by visitors to London. We will conclude with a drink or lunch at the Mayflower Pub (not included in price).

CITY CHURCHES 
WITH ROWAN FREELAND

£15 per person

The City of London is only a square mile, but it has over 33 churches – down from over 110 in 1665!  This walk will take us in a sweep round some of my favourites, including medieval churches which escaped the Great Fire of London, and more than one masterpiece by Sir Christopher Wren, the architect who led the rebuilding of London after the Fire.  They are all hidden gems – surprisingly few people visit them!  We’ll look at the architecture (how do you stop a dome from falling down?) and learn about the people who built them and the people who worshipped in them.

 
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