Join Susan for a guided walk along the north bank of the Thames.
Explore the City’s changing river front from Blackfriars to the Tower of London
90 mins linear walk
Step-free (if lift is working)
Individual tickets from £12
Learn the use of the river Thames and the London which has grown around it.
Hear how the Thames is as important for London even now.
Join Susan, your City of London guide, for a 90 minute London guided walk along the Thames river. Hear the origins of the nursery rhyme ‘London Bridge is falling down’, visit the location of medieval public toilets.
Marvel at the engineering of London’s first bridge for 100 years. Learn about Queen Matilda and King Alfred and the importance of Queenhithe.
“This was a lovely Walk along the north side of the Thames that is probably not visited as much as the south side. There were some nice hidden gems that was explored with our guide Susan. She was very friendly and knowledgeable. I enjoyed this walk immensely.” Sylvester
“Susan was our River Thames Walk North Side at Blackfriars. She came across as very caring and courteous. We learned the history of the bridges and City of London. Along the way she pointed out many hidden gems that we had never paid much notice to. A very knowledgeable and likeable guide. We would definitely like to go on more walks with her as our guide.” Khim
“Susan was absolutely fantastic nice manner & extremely informative .We walked from Blackfriars to the Tower. A really pleasant walk on new pathways fringed with beautiful flowerbeds. Susan showed us some really interesting & historic places some of which were well hidden. Would thoroughly recommend this walk – so different from the South Bank.” Stella
“Susan, our guide for the afternoon, was extremely adept at being both informative and clear , and in ensuring that we were well informed and kept to respectful guidelines for others , her natural enthusiasm and knowledge of her subject brought such interest to a lovely riverside walk on a sunny and breezy day. Once again Londons rich tapestry of history reveals another layer the ancient alongside the modern.” Carolyn