What we’re about
A very warm welcome to you all. Together with some qualified guiding friends we offer a diverse range of walks around London and museum and art gallery visits.
These are walks and gallery visits with a difference: a specially curated selection of eclectic, exciting guided trips that explore London’s fascinating history, architecture, art and culture with a friendly, knowledgeable, qualified London Tour Guide.
We look forward to meeting you all soon!
In the meantime if you have any questions or suggestions please don’t hesitate to contact me.
T: 07866 072308
Upcoming events (2)See all
- FREE guided walking tour: London Influencers - Saturday 7th OctoberCovent Garden, London
A gentle stroll through the centuries meeting the Influencers who have played a key role in London's and Britain's history ...
A fascinating free walk with a qualified City of Westminster guide for Local London Guiding Day.
Come and join us on a gentle stroll from 17th century Covent Garden to 21st century Aldwych, not only enjoying the old and new London but also meeting the Influencers who have played key roles in London's and indeed Britain's history, paving the way for our modern age.
Come and hear their amazing stories and how they have enriched our lives today.
Starting point - Covent Garden Tube Station, James Street - Finishing point - Aldwych - Duration - approx 1 hour
PLEASE NOTE: This walk is part of Local London Guiding Day and is a free walk run by City of Westminster Guides. It is essential that you register and get your free ticket in advance at Eventbrite:
- BLACK HISTORY MONTH - WALK FOR CHARITY WITH QUALIFIED LONDON GUIDEWestminster Abbey, London
A walk through time focusing on people of African heritage . The walk is taking place on Sunday 8th October 2023.
Whilst we rightly celebrate the ‘Windrush generation’ who arrived in the UK from the Caribbean after World War II (75 years ago this year) we sometimes forget that the contributions of black people to this country dates back hundreds of years. On many occasions in the past this contribution has been overlooked.
On this walk we we will open a window on a small part of the rich and interesting history of black people in London. We will encounter heroes and heroines of war, black Georgians and anti slavery campaigners. We will also learn about political trailblazers as well as those who have campaigned for racial justice up to the present day.
This walk was curated by Philip Scott and Dr Stephen King both qualified City of Westminster guides.
The walk is in aid of the Farm Africa charity who support farmers in Africa. All proceeds (minus the Eventbrite booking fee) will be donated to the charity.
Meet your qualified City of Westminster tour guides outside Westminster Abbey by the tree outside, near the west entrance (twin towers).
The charity walk is being offered at the following times:
Please book your free tickets with Eventbrite:
for 11 am walk: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/709704072987
for 2pm walk: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/709742748667
We are looking forward to seeing you on the walk.
Any questions please do not hesitate to contact me.