37 Other Walks we can also do for you

Along the River: City, Tower of London,  Wapping
Atmospheric Westminster & Covent Garden
Charming Chelsea
Churches: Hidden Gems: Fitzrovia, Mayfair
Crime Writers: Bloomsbury and Holborn
Cute Kew and Boaty Brentford
Dicken’s Rochester
Elizabeth Garrett Anderson: First Woman Doctor – Bloomsbury
Feminist ‘the Five’ Victims of Jack the Ripper – Whitechapel
Greenwich Cable car & Hidden Docklands – North Greenwich, Silvertown and Trinity Buoy
Horrible Olde London – Smithfield
Hugenot, Irish, German, Jewish East End Immigration
James Bond & the real Secret Service – Westminster
Kensington & its museums
London in Two World Wars – Embankment and City
London Underground
Mayfair & the History of Shopping
Monopoly Board – West End
Old Blackfriars, Bankside and Borough
Olde Taverns & Inns – Fleet Street and Holborn
Science, Engineering & the Faraday Museum – Charing Cross and Green Park
Sherlock – Soho, St Barts, Euston
Sherlock Holmes – Baker Street, St Barts, Charing Cross
Street Art – Shoreditch and Spitalfields
Swinging 60’s Soho
Talented Women in the National Portrait Gallery
Theatre in Shakespeare’s Time – Borough and City
The Blitz – City
The Great Fire of London
The Kray Twins – Bethnal Green, Whitechapel
The Old Kent Road and Old Bermondsey
The Real Mr Selfridge – Mayfair
Victorian Trains, Tubes & Tunnels – East End, City, St Pancras
Watery, Leafy, London – Surrey Docks and Rotherhithe
Wren’s Churches – City
Young Dickens
Young Victoria & Albert – St James’ and Kensington

We have also done various completely bespoke walks around the City for City-based companies. We have also done various walks from a place of work to an event, e.g. Royal College of Surgeons to the Wallace Collection; Offices to Xmas lunches or dinners; Oxford Street shops to a hotel for High Tea. And we’ve done walks both on specific themes or on specific geographical areas. Just let us know what you would like.


2 thoughts on “37 Other Walks we can also do for you”

  1. Clare Lynas said:

    My son is doing 20th century politics as part of his History Alevel. Do you have a walk that is suitable? We will be in London on Saturday 21st October.

    • nashey1888 said:

      Hello Clare, thank you for your message. My two Suffragette walks are my political walks but I’m afraid I’m not available on the 21st. Do you have any other dates possible? Also, I think there is a walks company who do Clerkenwell Radicalism/Socialism walks but I’m not sure who they are. But if you google that you might find something.
      best regards

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