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A Victorian Christmas Walking Tour

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  • Front steps of St Paul's Cathedral

    St Paul's Cathedral, City of London, EC4M 8AD, London (map)

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  • Look for Hazel wearing her branded coat and bag
  • It's hard to imagine now, but at the beginning of the 19th century Christmas was hardly celebrated. Many businesses did not even consider it a holiday. However by the end of the century it had become the biggest annual celebration and took on the form that we recognise today.

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    The walk starts at St Paul's cathedral, through old streets of London, exploring lives of Georgians and Victorians at Christmas including the famous Christmas book "A Christmas Carol". 

    Meeting place: outside the front of St Paul's Cathedral (by Queen Anne statue). We leave promptly. I will be at the meeting place 15 mins before departure. I will have my phone [masked]) but will switch it to silent at the start of the walk as it’s distracting during a guided walk. Walk duration: 90 mins.

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    What people have said about our Victorian Christmas walk: 

    "This was my second walk with Hazel and I thoroughly enjoyed it. There was quite a good group of us and we also had a baby who was as good as gold. The weather was also on our side as the evening was quite a good one to stroll around the Victorian part of the City. Hazel is a very interesting guide and knows lots of facts. I am already looking forward to my next one in the New Year. It's definitely a great way to discover London, even the parts I already knew." Laura B

    Another great walk! This was my second walk with Hazel and again it was both fascinating and fun. As before my baby in his pram joined in and loved the buzz of the friendly group. I shall definitely be back, thanks Hazel! Helen M


    Your Safety when walking with Hazel

    Before going on any of these walks you need to be reasonably fit and be prepared to be responsible for your own safety. 

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  • Anne R.

    A Property Manager by profession, wife, Mum and Nanne too. Always loved history and London where... more

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