Guided walk of London’s Bankside (River Thames, south bank)

This walk along the south bank of the Thames, from St. Paul’s Cathedral to London Bridge is a fascinating tour covering lots of interesting stories.

How the cathedral survived World War 2 bombing, how exactly do you get a coat of arms, the wobbly bridge, the Tate Modern, the Globe Theatre and the site of the original Globe Theatre, tales of the foul-mouthed ferrymen, the Great Fire of London, the brothel that became a pub, the Palace of Winchester, tales of the frozen Thames, London Bridge and ending at an old galleried inn/ pub.

About this guided walk:

  • 1 hour 45 minutes long
  • Starts at St Pauls Underground Station (Central Line)  and ends at London Bridge Station (Railway, Jubilee and Northern Line)
  • £12 per person
  • 12 people maximum
  • Instant confirmation
  • Printed or mobile voucher accepted
  • Cancellation 24 hours in advance for full refund

Includes: Tour guide only (ex British Museum, and TV tour expert).

Meeting point:

Exit of St Pauls Underground station Outside Cafe Nero.

Full joining instructions will be on your confirmation email when you book.

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For availability and to book this tour please click this link to be taken to the Eventbrite page

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Frequently Asked Questions:

What’s the refund policy?

You will get a full refund if you cancel at least 24 hours before.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No. You can also bring it digitally.

I am a non-native English speaker.  Is this a suitable tour?

Yes it is. Your tour guide is trained by the British Museum so is used to guiding tourists from abroad.

What happens if it rains?

The tour will still go ahead. Please bring an umbrella.

For availability and to book this tour please fill in the contact page

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