Join me on a walk or tour
As well as bespoke tours and itineraries for visitors, I run ‘off the peg’ walks and tours throughout the year, including the ones below.
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From the rooftop where the Beatles held their last concert, to the pub where the Stones were formed, to London’s very own Tin Pan Alley, we’ll walk through Soho catching the places where the music of the 60s and 70s was made and performed, the nightclubs where the bands relaxed, and the streets that feature in the history of rock and roll.
“Outstanding. Intelligent, articulate and friendly. You feel involved and inspired, not just led around. His British Museum tour is the only one you really need to do.”
“Great way to spend a Sunday morning – an in-depth look at the Museum highlights with lots of interesting anecdotes. Highly recommended.”
Every visitor to London should visit the British Museum, but with tens of thousands of objects on display, just where do you start? We’ll see the absolute gems of the collection, from ancient Greece, Egypt and Assyria, to Roman and Anglo-Saxon Britain and Medieval Europe.
From Roman remains to 21st Century skyscrapers, by way of medieval buildings, Tudor monasteries and Victorian ironwork, we’ll explore 2000 years of history, walking the streets where Dickens, Shakespeare and Pepys once trod. You’ll see hidden courts and alleyways, the ruins of the Great Fire and the Blitz, and the very best view of St Paul’s Cathedral, bar none. You can find the map of the route here.
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Britain’s finest collection of western art treasures is a sheer delight for every visitor. Take in the beauty of the world’s best artists, Van Gogh, Leonardo, Titian, Van Dyck, Turner, Velazquez, Constable, Caravaggio, Monet and more.
And if you would like to organise bespoke tours for yourself or for a group, contact me and we can discuss what you would like to see.