A Christmas Carol Private Tour

Explore the streets and landmarks Charles Dickens knew so well and who wove into his work most famous Ghost Story; A Christmas Carol

  • Unique and authentic private tour
  • Navigate the narrow alleyways of old London
  • Private tour with qualified guide
  • Meet Scrooge himself! (optional extra)
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90 mins linear tour

Step-free route upon request

Private Walking Tour

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Join us on a 90 min tour of the City of London where Ebenezer Scrooge lived and worked. Even though the spartan offices of Scrooge and Marley are never precisely located clues are hidden in the text which help us track the business down.

Accompanied by a professional guide, learn about the social and political history of this area as reflected in the most famous ghost story ever written.


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Start: Monument Station

Finish: Bank Station




A Christmas Carol Private Tour Reviews:

“We went on this 1.5 hour walk as part of our work department Christmas outing. Hazel was a fun and engaging tour guide, and took us around several places linked to Dickens (all within the City of London). Although I lived in East London for three years, most of the locations were completely new to me and the facts were fascinating. The link in to Christmas made this a perfect tour for this time of year. Would highly recommend as a team/group activity! Dress warmly though if it’s in the winter. Thanks Hazel!”


“Hazel was a fantastic tour guide – she was extremely knowledgeable and full of enthusiasm! She clearly loves London and we all learnt a lot!”



“Don’t miss this. Superb.”



“This was purchased as a gift. Both recipients said they were very happy and impressed with Hazel and with the tour. I’m pleased she did such a good job and wish I had gone too.”



“Really fun and interesting and clear thanks”



“A very enjoyable guided walk. Hazel is clearly passionate about history and made our walk around the area in which Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol is set, come alive. The mint humbug was an enjoyable touch!”

Your Guide: Hazel Baker