Hidden London Walking Tour
1.30pm on selected weekdays (some areas we visit are inaccessible on weekends)
Starts outside Temple Tube Station. Finishes on Fleet Street equidistant from Temple and St Paul’s Cathedral tube stations.
Adults £15, U18s/students £12
London has more than its fair share of strange tales, and on this walk you will be journeying into the depths of the old City to discover the more extraordinary stories and locations which are often overlooked. But in order to do this, we will need to explore the forgotten alleyways and medieval courtyards, look up, around & under, and peer through windows & bars.
The walk will take you into the labyrinth of tiny lanes around Fleet Street and Temple, past ancient cloisters and churches, over forgotten rivers and wells led by your guide who will share his explorer’s eye.
As the local resident Samuel Johnson once said “”Why, Sir, you find no man, at all intellectual, who is willing to leave London. No, Sir, when a man is tired of London, he is tired of life; for there is in London all that life can afford.”
And this is the walk to keep that torch for London burning bright!
Please note there are several short flights of steps on this tour which cannot be avoided. Some of the photos below provide by Pinay Flying High, international blogger who wrote this article about the walk!
- Discover London’s most extraordinary disused tube station
- Locate the hidden alleyway with a fascinating link to the newspaper industry
- Find out where the Knights Templar worshiped
- Wonder at the church which inspired the wedding cake
- Find out the origin of the famous nursery rhyme Oranges and Lemons
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