This Week’s Public Walks

Not many public walks to offer this week I’m afraid, but I shall soon be posting the dates for my rep walks with London walks from Novemeber to April.

Tomorrow, Monday 26th October, I shall be leading a guided tour around Greenwich, a lovely place at any time of year, and just now cloaked in autumn colours. We meet at Tower Hill tube station by the Tram Coffee outlet at 10.30 to travel to Greenwich the Royal way – by water.

Ryal Naval College
Ryal Naval College

The tour costs £10, or £8 for over 65s and full-time card carrying students, plus £5.50 for the boat.

I shall be speeding back from Greenwich on a Thames Clipper ready to lead a tour of the City; Bloody, Flaming Poxy London, aka Wren’s London. We meet at towerHill tube, again by the Tram coffee outlet for 2pm. £10, £8 over 65s and full-time card carrying students.

On Wednesday 28th October I’ll shall again be at Tower Hill tube. This time for a tour of the Tower of London. We meet at 11, and in addition to the cost of the tour there is an entrance fee to the tower; £17 adults, £13 concessions.

Mostly Private

March ends with just a few public walks.

On Monday I am in my usual slots:

Greenwich, meet at 10.30 outside Tower Hill by the Tramshed Coffee stop. The boat is at 10.55 so we need to make a prompt start. Greenwich is beautiful at any time of year, but spring in London is special.

In the afternoon, having raced back to town, I shall be guiding the British Museum. Meet me at 2.15 outside Holborn tube.

I am being privately Sherlockian on Tuesday in French; in parliament on Wednesday afternoon in English (guide 8, if you want to book to be on my tour).
Continue reading “Mostly Private”

Walking the Elephant

It’s been called the ugliest place in London, but there’s much more to the Elephant and Castle than roundabouts and a shopping centre. 

Join me at 10.45 next Sunday morning outside the tube station on London Road for a walk around the Elephant. 

£9, £7 over 65s and full time students.

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