In the Footsteps of Mudlarks
The Thames Explorer Trust have been running foreshore exploration along the River Thames for 30 years.
Two hour sessions are led by experienced and knowledgeable guides who are trained in foreshore health and safety.
Who knows what will be found – old smoking pipes, drain pipes, pottery, bones…
Greenwich Tour Guides Association , the original guiding organization, working in Greenwich for over 25 years run guided Walking tours around the Royal Borough of Greenwich, a jewel in London´s Tourist Crown.
Guided walks are a great way to discover the Thames-side villages of Richmond, Twickenham, Kew, Teddington, Barnes, Ham, East Twickenham and St. Margarets in the company of a knowledgeable and local guide. Richmond Heritage Guides organise a range of guided walks throughout the year.
Your guide Barrie Greene is passionate about his favourite city, London, and loves to share his memories, his discoveries and his passion which is why he started Back In The Day Walks.
The combination of History, geography and literature make Charles Booth Walks ideal for students. A Londoner for thirty years Sean Patterson specialises in Charles Booth’s Poverty Maps and in literary walks that use his acting skills for readings. Walks in Deptford, Clerkenwell, Whitechapel and Covent Garden.
Walking is one of the nicest ways to explore our beautiful canals and rivers. This walk starts and finishes at the picturesque Little Venice and takes you through the beautiful green corridor of The Regent's Canal, Primrose Hill and St John's Wood.
The most recent addition to the Walk London routes, the Jubilee Greenway is 60km long - one km for each year of the Queen's reign, to link together all the major Games sites.
Completed this walk? Why not download the certificate to celebrate.
Welcome to the Harry Potter London Tour and Treasure Hunt, brought to you by London Blue Badge Tourist Guide and author Richard Jones with the intention of providing a DIY walk that will enable you to explore some of London's hidden away and most fascinating places at little or no cost.
In short you will be able to enjoy a truly magical day out in Central London.
Somerset House, now an exciting venue for arts and culture was once the home of three Catholic queens; Anne of Denmark, Henrietta Maria and Catherine of Braganza and played a vital part in the crisis of the Stuart dynasty.
Join us for a new guided tour, exploring the history of the site before this current building existed. A special highlight of the tour includes access to Strand Lane Baths.
Tours are at 12.45 and at 14.15 each Tuesday.
Tickets are available, on the day only, from the Information Desk. Tour last approximately 1 hour.
Enjoy a unique tour and tasting at H. Forman & Son's famous smokehouse, including a fascinating carving demonstration.
Smoked salmon is serious business at H. Forman & Son, the East End’s last smokehouse, founded by Harry Forman in Stepney in 1905 and run today by his great-grandson Lance Forman at Fish Island in Hackney Wick.