London Walking Tours Scheduled Public Walks and Museum Tours.
Join others on these scheduled public walks on set dates. Group size is limited to 8 people so early booking is advised. All tours are guided by a Blue Badge London Tour Guide.
St James’s Walking Tour
St James’s is a unique and special part of London full of old world charm and traditions.
Royal London Walking Tour
Walk through the heart of Royal London past palaces, royal residences and through royal parks.
City of London Walking Tour
The oldest part of London, the financial centre, architecture old and new, hidden secrets and unique traditions.
London Theatre Walking Tour
Explore Covent Garden on this London walking tour and hear stories of our great theatres and theatrical personalities. Theatre, ballet and opera.
Highlights of the Victoria and Albert Museum
One of the world’s greatest museums of art and design.
10th February 2024 10.30am
Bible Tour of the British Museum
A journey through mostly Old Testament History looking at how archeological studies help us to understand passages in the Bible.
Mayfair Walking Tour
One of London’s most exclusive residential, business and shopping areas – since the 1700’s associated with elegance and style.
Wren City Churches Walking Tour
Beautiful churches designed by London’s most famous 17th century architect
Reformation Day Walking Tour
A walk to celebrate Reformation Day
Highlights of the British Museum
One of the world’s great treasure troves, the British Museum contains exhibits form every period of history from prehistory to today and from every part of the world.
Highlights of the National Gallery
The National Collection of Western European art from the mid 13th century to the early 1900’s.
3rd February 2024
Paddington and Little Venice Walking Tour
Railways, canals, a bear from Peru.
Notting Hill Walking Tour
This London walking tour explores a multicultural neighbourhood which hosts the annual Notting Hill Carnival and Portobello Road Market.
Aristocrats and Artists in Holland Park Walking Tour
See houses designed and lived in by famous artists and explore this special part of London.
Southwark Walking Tour
In Tudor times this was the entertainment area, theatres, Shakespeare, bear baiting and brothels.
Spitalfields Walking Tour
Spitalfields has many secrets to reveal and a history shaped by immigration, the Jews, the French Huguenots, the Bangladeshi community have all contributed to its rich cultural and social history.
Soho Walking Tour
Explore one of London’s most cosmopolitan and bohemian areas.
Chelsea Walking Tour
An area which in the past was favoured by royalty, artists and writers and fashion designers.
A Literary Walking Tour in Chelsea
A pretty area of London with many literary collections.
Victoria and Albert Museum British Galleries Tour
The British Galleries tell the story of the development of British design from the 1500s to the early 1900s beginning with the Tudors and ending with Victorian period.