Forgotten London Walking Tour for Two
Set out on a journey back in time and unearth some of Londons forgotten secrets on this fascinating walking tour of the capital. Hear tales of centuries past, ranging from Londons rich pageantry, honour and medieval festivals, to the brutal executions, devastating plagues and violent uprisings the city has been inflicted with throughout time. Take a stroll through the graveyard of the finest medieval church in London, check out the memorial to William Wallace (aka Braveheart), visit the ruins of a church destroyed in the blitz and stand where gladiators fought in Londons Roman Amphitheatre. Away from the standard tourist trail, this raw and honest tour opens guests eyes to the extraordinary events that really shaped London.
- Embark on a walking tour of London with an expert guide
- Hear stories about London's dark past
- Visit iconic sites, such as the memorial to William Wallace, London's Roman Amphitheatre and more
- Availability Description
Available on selected afternoons (subject to availability, please check upon booking). Please arrive 5 - 10 minutes before the allotted time so that the group is ready to go promptly.
- Participant Guidelines
If you have any particular disability, please email ahead of time and they will see if they can facilitate you. No dogs are permitted, with exception of guide dogs.
The tour begins at 1.30pm outside Barbican Underground Station and finishes at around 3.30pm near St Paul's Cathedral.
- Numbers on the Day
Join a tour group of up to 20 people.