A fascinating walk between two of London’s most famous landmarks through the Elizabethan playground of Bankside
What’s this tour about?
The iconic St Paul’s Cathedral, the politics of its plans and how it survived World War 2. The sadness of Queen Anne and her legacy, the heads on the gate of Temple Bar, the College of Arms (and just how did Kate Middleton design hers?). Then there’s the ‘wobbly bridge’, the Chewing Gum man, the power station that became a famous gallery, the site of Shakespeare’s original Globe theatre, cruel bear baiting, tales of the foul-mouthed ferrymen, the iced up Thames, the Great Fire of London, and the naughty things that happened at Bankside.
- 1 hour 20 minutes virtual tour via Zoom
- Multiple dates
- £7 per person or £10 per group/ family (group/ family can be in two locations on 2 devices)
- Book your tickets via Eventbrite
- We’ll email you the meeting ID and password on the morning of the tour
Google reviews of our St Paul’s Cathedral to London Bridge virtual tour
“The resources used were engaging and detailed … making the viewer feel actively involved”
This was an amazing, online walking tour from St Paul’s Cathedral to Bankside. The tour guide, Loona, was extremely welcoming and also very knowledgeable. He brought the history of this area to life, with the many tales of life along this little area. It was incredible! The resources used were engaging and detailed. Loona interacted with his participants , making the viewer feel actively involved with the experience. I thoroughly recommend this tour. It was fabulous and I shall definitely be expoloring Loona’s other tours.