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Guided Walks this Christmas

Posted by Hazel @ London Guided Walks on Friday, December 13, 2019 Under: Christmas Events

Guided Walks this Christmas

CHRISTMAS GUIDED WALKS


Christmas 2019 has been the busiest ever!


We offer a number of Christmas-themed guided walks in London including walks on Christmas Eve and Boxing Day. We have a few spaces left, book now to avoid disappointment. Tickets are bookable online: https://www.londonguidedwalks.co.uk/christmas-events.php


A Victorian Christmas Walk

Sunday 15 Dec, 4pm

Sunday 22 Dec, 4pm

Boxing Day Thursday 26 December, 2pm


It is on this guided walk we delve into what makes a Victorian Christmas and explore well known traditions which may be older than you think.

The City of London is awash with narrow alleyways reminding us of its historic past and it is on this walk where we have the opportunity to explore their evocative nature.


Start: St Paul's Cathedral

Ends: Somerset House

Duration 90 mins

Book Tickets Now: 
https://www.londonguidedwalks.co.uk/christmas-events.php#VictorianChristmasWalk


A Christmas Carol Walk

Monday 16 Dec, 7pm

Saturday 21 December, 1.30pm

Christmas Eve Tuesday 24 December, 11am


We explore the streets and landmarks Charles Dickens knew so well and who wove into his work most famous Ghost Story; A Christmas Carol. 


Start: Monument Tube Station

Ends: Bank Station

Duration: 90 mins



Book Tickets Now: https://www.londonguidedwalks.co.uk/christmas-events.php#AChristmasCarolWalk



Christmas Lights Walk

Tuesday 17 Dec, 7pm


Discover hidden passages, fashionable Mews and meticulously decorated designer shops accompanied by historical stories of those shopping and living in the area. 


Start: Charing Cross Station

Ends: Carnaby Street

Duration 100 mins


Book Tickets Now: https://www.londonguidedwalks.co.uk/christmas-events.php#ChristmasLightsWalk


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