Footprints of London is delighted to partner with HLSI again this year to bring you a programme of guided walks and tours. You’ll discover places in London you haven’t seen before and we’ll shed new light on those you have. We’ll reveal the intriguing and surprising stories behind the places you walk past every day and entertain and inspire you with stories from London’s rich and diverse past. Walks will cover a variety of topics including literature, art, architecture, history, waterways, science, crime and punishment and more. Each walk will be a gentle stroll covering an average distance of about two miles with several stops along the way where you’ll be encouraged to look up, down and around you while the guide tells you more about what you are seeing. There will be plenty of chances to socialise with your fellow walkers both while walking and at the 30-minute coffee stop approximately at the mid-point of the walk.
Time: Mondays 2.00pm – 4.00pm
Dates: Autumn term 2019: Monday Sept 16th – Friday Dec 13th
(Half term Oct 21st – 25th)
Spring term 2020: Jan 6th – April 3rd
(Half term Feb 17th – 21st)
Summer term 2020: April 27th – May 22nd
Venue: Various – see programme
Fees: £128 for a 12-week term
£43 for a 4-week summer term
Discover London with Footprints of London
HLSI Autumn Term 2019 London Walks Programme
Footprints of London is delighted to partner with HLSI to bring you a programme of Monday afternoon walks and tours.
We are where Londoners walk. We look forward to meeting you and helping you to love London just a little bit more with our autumn programme.
All walks/tours commence at 2pm. The guide will send you precise details of the meeting point six days prior to the tour.
Walks will include:
Booze and the Borough – history of the hop trade round Borough Market
Highbury and Arsenal: A walk through football history Royal Victoria Dock
Dodging the Blitz: Bloomsbury Second World War novels
Passport to Pimlico: Mainly Cubitt but a bit of the 20th century too.
Wren Watching – Sir Christopher of course
Pepys and the Pilgrim Fathers
The Royal Victoria Dock