Wednesday, 12 December 2018

Come and Join Me Over Christmas

DC Editor Adam writes…


Come and join me on a London Walks tour over the Christmas period.

Tours cost £10/£8 kids under 15 go free.

Pay on the day or book in advance via Pay-A-Tour (no booking fees).



Here's the full schedule…





Thursday 20th December


Old Kensington


Meet at High Street Kensington tube 2pm

Starring T.S Eliot, W.M Thackeray, Hubert Parry, Mrs Patrick Campbell, Queen Victoria and more in London's poshest village.



Tour ends at Kensington Palace near Queensway tube. 




Thursday 20th December


Jack the Ripper

Meet at Tower Hill Tube by the tram 7.30pm

The word's most enduring crime story – social history, conspiracy and gruesome murder make for an intense night.

Tour ends at Spitalfields Market near Liverpool Street station.



Friday 21st December

Hidden London

(Also on Monday 24th, Friday 28th & Monday 31st December)

Meet at Monument tube (Fish Street Hill exit) 11a.m

Old City churches, the livery companies, folklore, legend and history - a celebratory exploration of 2,000 years of London history.




Tour ends at Blackfriars tube.



Friday 21st December


The London Music Tour

Meet at Tottenham Court Road tube (exit 1) 2:00p.m

The history of rock and pop in London. Beatles, Stones, Pistols, Queen, Clash and MORE.


Tour ends in Soho handy for Oxford Circus & Tottenham Court Road tubes




Thursday 27th December


Inside Covent Garden

Meet at Covent Garden Tube 10.00a.m


The West End revealed - looking beyond the shops and chain caf├ęs to the rich history of London's playground. Where possible, we'll take in a few interiors, too.

Tour ends in Trafalgar Square



Thursday 27th December

Old Westminster

Meet at Westminster tube (exit 4) 2:00p.m

1,000 years of history. Famous Westminster blended with a treasure trove of "backstage" details.

Tour ends at Westminster tube.



Thursday 27th December

Jack the Ripper

Meet at Tower Hill Tube by the tram 7.30pm

The word's most enduring crime story – social history, conspiracy and gruesome murder make for an intense night.




Tour ends at Spitalfields Market near Liverpool Street station.







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