Georgian London Walk 

Explore a forgotten Georgian village 

The Georgian period was considered to be elegant and polite. A new type of society had emerged in Britain; a more free, diverse and enlightened society. 

Georgian London Walk

The Georges may not have been the most exciting of Kings but it was a lively time, and much was achieved in their reigns. 

We explore the area of Sadler’s Wells Theatre,a world leader in contemporary dance. Half a million people come to see a performance at Sadler’s Wells’ theatres each year. The now world famous site had, however, a less salubrious in the past which we explore further on this guided walk. 

On this guided walk we take you back to the days when the surrounding area had a raucous reputation and see how it transformed from a place to be avoided at all costs to a most desirable postcode. We explore Georgian North Clerkenwell discovering tales of radicals and clowns, we will see see great Georgian engineering feats from engineering to town planning, in an area where Georgians came to play and be entertained.


  • Authentic different tour
  • Discover Georgian London
  • Qualified guide


Start: Angel Tube | End: Near Angel Tube

Duration: 90 mins | Step-free access: no

Suitable for all age groups. 

Please note all children must be accompanied by an adult.

Georgian London Walk
Georgian London Walk
Georgian London Walk
Georgian London Walk
Georgian London Walk
 
 

Georgian London Walk Reviews


This was such a treat! Hazel was a FANTASTIC story teller and was ready with facts and quips at every turn. I learned so much about the areas we walked and want booked another tour for the coming weekend :) I really recommend these tours!


This was such a treat! Hazel was a FANTASTIC story teller and was ready with facts and quips at every turn. I learned so much about the areas we walked and want booked another tour for the coming weekend :) I really recommend these tours!


Hazel was witty and informative as she led us on a magical walk starting and finishing at the Sadler Wells theatre. Behind the busy Rosebery Road underneath which still flows the New River, is a little known part of London filled with C18th and C19th squares and buildings. It was revealing and inspiring.


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