30 Other Walks we can also do for you

Atmospheric Westminster & Covent Garden
Barnardos, Workhouses & the Ragged Museum – Mile End & Stepney Green
Churches: Hidden Gems – Fitzrovia & Mayfair
Contemporary Art & the Tate – Bankside
Dickens’ Rochester
Elizabeth Garrett Anderson: First Woman Doctor – Bloomsbury
Georgian & Regency London – Bloomsbury
Horrible Olde London – Smithfield, Bankside
Kensington & its museums
Old Blackfriars, Bankside & Borough
Olde Taverns & Inns – Fleet Street & Holborn
Olympics: Legacy & Regeneration  – Stratford to Bow
Science, Engineering & the Faraday Museum – Charing Cross & Green Park
Secret St Pancras
Sherlock – Soho, St Barts, Euston
Sherlock Holmes – St Barts, Baker Street, Westminster
Smithfield & the Museum of London
Street Art – Shoreditch & Spitalfields
Terrible Tudors – Smithfield & City
The Blitz – City
The Kray Twins – Bethnal Green, Whitechapel
The Old East End & Museum of Docklands – Limehouse
The Old Kent Road & Old Bermondsey
The Real Downton Abbey – Belgravia
The Real Mr Selfridge – Mayfair
The Real Pirates of the Caribbean – Wapping
Watery, Leafy, London – Surrey Docks & Rotherhithe
Women & The Home Front in World War 1 – Westminster
Young Dickens and his London – Holborn, Clerkenwell & Bloomsbury
Young Victoria & Albert – St James’ & 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.

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