London Walks and Talks include the following:


Heritage and Royal Westminster

From the Houses of Parliament to Buckingham Palace, hear also about the Old Palace of Westminster, the current ministries of government and the Court of St James.

To celebrate the 90th birthday of HM The Queen,a special walk has been designed to show off Westminster's long association with the monarchy. Anyone interested in the British monarchy will enjoy this walk and the palaces they have lived in.




See the military legacy of Britain through its many museums, barracks, monuments and memorials.

World War I
'As a commemoration of WWI, accompany Keith as he uses some of the most prominent buildings and memorials in Central Westminster to give an insight into the years of the War.'

To commemorate the Battle of the Somme which began on 1 July 1916, a WWI walk with specific links to monuments to this most disastrous campaign in the history of the British Army, has been designed. It will appeal to anybody with an interest in this particular period of WWI.




Monument, Bank corner, Guildhall, St Pauls taking in many lanes, churches and other buildings of interest.
The Financial Heart of the City

From the Bank of England and The Royal Exchange, Lloyds of London, Lloyds Register, the iconic Gherkin and not forgetting several Wren churches.

The River Thames

From the Tower heading west past the Billingsgate , Fishmongers Hall, the old Steelyard, the Millennium foot bridge with its magnificent views and onto Blackfriars Bridge and the Embankment.




St Paul’s Northwards

Past Greyfriars and some real hidden corners of London, onto St Bartholomew’s Hospital and Smithfield and ending up at St Sepulchre Without Newgate and the Old Bailey.


Olympic Park

Join Keith as he takes you round the now named Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park to see the Olympic stadia and centres, set against the newly landscaped gardens and areas.



The Villages of Westminster

Take a walk through one of the different villages of Soho, St James, Victoria and Pimlico, Mayfair, Belgravia or Marylebone.



Westminster's lovely parks

Take delight in the green spaces of St James, Green Park and Hyde Park and their many interesting and enjoyable features.



The Old East End

Starting from Liverpool Street, Spitalfields, Brick Lane and Petticoat Lane and understanding how this immigrant area has evolved and is still evolving. Walk along streets where Jack the Ripper committed his crimes and where the Kray twins operated their infamous firm some 80 years later

Canary Wharf

Walk around’ Manhattan on Thames’, past the Canary Tower and the modern Docklands Light Railway but also see monuments and 200 year old warehouses which portray a totally different era and trading activity.

Other walks include Fleet Street, The Barbican, The Temple and of course a historic pub walk.