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Walk Details

This walk explores the latest exciting architecture as well as the recently discovered remains of the 2000 year old Roman Wall  and even includes a plague pit where hundreds of victims of the great plague of 1665 still lay

This Walk will visit a variety of sights in the City of London bought to life as we pass by

Starting  at the garden outside the Royal Exchange (opposite the Bank of England) wander past No 1 Poultry, St Mary-le-Bow (Bow Bells), Guildhall, St Mary Aldermanbury, Wood St (with its exciting architecture by Wren, Foster & Pnrs,  Richard Rodgers & Terry Farrell) and Goldsmiths Hall

We pass St Paul’s Cathedral and stop in Pasternoster Square to see the remarkable Temple Bar; then on to the Cockpit and the site where Shakespeare once lived, we walk through once medieval streets, before ending up at the world famous Blackfriars Pub, saved for the nation by Sir John Betjerman

Length of Tour:   2 hours

Meeting place:  outside the City of London Information Centre  

Nearest Underground station:  St Paul’s (Central Line)

On the Walk

Wood Street

Royal Exchange

Great Fire of London


City Highlights

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For reservations call: 07791 669 314