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City of London Walks

The City of London is one of the most historic and iconic cities in the world.  Our Roman London walk uncovers London’s origins. Our Medieval London walk covers churches, livery halls and shopping. The City has long been a centre of trade and commerce and covered in our Financial London walk.

Our Best of Blackfriars walk takes in a quiet corner of the City. Our Heretics and Horrors walk looks at the everyday horrors experienced by Londoners of the past. Go back to 166 on our Great Fire of London walk. The origins and success of London are explored in our River Thames walk. Enjoy the tranquility and Secret Spaces of the City.

 

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River Thames Walk

Blackfriars Station / North Entrance (Stop L) Blackfriars Station / North Entrance, London, Greater London

Explore the City's changing river front.

Learn the use of the river Thames and the London which has grown around it.

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Secret Spaces in the City Walk

118 London Wall 118 London Wall, London, England

Be surprised at how much greenery there is in this the most ancient part of London and why it is increasing.

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Bleeding Hearts and Body Parts Walk

Farringdon Station Cowcross Street, London, England

It’s hardly surprising with its length of history that London is one of the spookiest cities in Europe.

This is a 90 minute Farringdon walk featuring bleeding hearts and body parts, murderers, martyrs & public executions.

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Best of Blackfriars Walk

Blackfriars Tube Station Queen Victorian Street, London, England

Explore the area once dominated by the black friars.

Marvel at modern innovations, award-winning architecture and medieval priory remains. Stand on the site once belonging to Margaret Beaufort, mother of Henry VII.

Learn about the lost palace once given to Katharine of Aragon as a wedding present by her new husband Henry VIII.

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Great Fire of London Walk

Monument Tube Station 42 Fish Street Hill, London, England

Step back into London of 1666. Hear how the fire unfurled and left disaster in its wake.

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Secret Spaces in the City Walk

118 London Wall 118 London Wall, London, England

Be surprised at how much greenery there is in this the most ancient part of London and why it is increasing.