Discover London with a born and bred Londoner
Why? Despite the fact that there are 200 suspects in this investigation, 125 years later we have absolutely no idea who he or she is!!
On this walking tour we will visit several of the major sites associated with the killings and you will hear a number of the most famous theories.
We start with Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament, site of many famous royal events from the State Opening of Parliament to the Gunpowder Plot
We will continue walk through St James's Park, one of the 8 Royal London Parks and one of the most picturesque parks London has to offer.
This walking tour gets up close and personal with the dynamic east London street art scene. You’ll see art on the walls, the sides of buildings and sidewalks…..
This tour can be done as a Full or Half Day.
If time allows we will also visit a gallery and studio.
Have you wondered what happened after the 2012 Olympic Games in London?
As well as touring world class sporting venues including Zaha Hadid’s Aquatics Centre and the Olympic Velodrome, you will hear about the planning, clean up, build and post games story of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
By the First World War, the London Docks were the largest in the World. This walk tells its story from its foundation in the late 18th Century, to its post war decline and its rebirth as one of the great financial centres.