St James’s Walk
St James’s was developed by the Earl of St Albans, after the Restoration of the Monarchy in 1660 and was conveniently close to St James’s Palace so it became the most desirable place to live. It is an area full of old world charm, it’s all about tradition and it is a unique and special part of London. See where the first Bowler hats were designed and sold, where The King buys his groceries, the Duchess of Cambridge buys some of her hats and where Winston Churchill used to buy his cheese. Discover the secret world of the private members’ clubs of St James’s. See the Carlton Club, Boodles and White’s Club with a membership that includes Prince William.
10.30am outside Green Park Station (Piccadilly south side exit)
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This tour is also available as a private tour on a day of our choice