Recommended Walking Tours
Booksteps Walks in London – Anthony Davis’ London walks for people who love books.
Cemetery Club – Remembering the long gone and the lives and times of the environment around us. Join Sheldon Goodman to explore these libraries of the dead and learn about characters whose lives we shouldn’t forget.
Charles Booth Walks – Sean Patterson’s Guardian-recommended walks feature literature, social history, and lots of interactive fun.
Hobnob Tours – join Sandy Rhodes to explore the City of Westminster, uncovering stories about the Royals and the gentlemen, the politicians and the prostitutes who frequented the streets of the city. Or explore Henry VIII’s Tudor palace at Hampton Court and saunter through William III’s sumptuous State apartments.
Marylebone Walks – join Susie Fairfax-Davies to explore Marylebone, Regents Park and the City of Westminster.
Bletchley Park – explore the iconic WW2 Codebreaking Huts and Blocks and marvel at the astonishing achievements of the Codebreakers whose work is said to have helped shorten the war by two years.
Courtauld Institute of Art – centre for the study of art history and home to the world famous Courtauld Gallery.
London Canal Museum – the London waterways museum telling the story of canals, boats, the ice trade, and ice cream.
Open Garden Squares – Feed your curiosity with over 200 private gardens to explore in this magical two-day event.
RAF Museum – Britain’s national aviation museum, celebrating the story of aviation from before the Wright Brothers to the Royal Air Force of the 21st Century.