London River Thames walk
- Explore the City's changing river front
Learn the use of the river Thames and the London which has grown around it.
Is the Thames important for London even now?
Join Susan, you City of London guide, for a 90 minute guided walk along the Thames river. Hear the origins of the nursery rhyme ‘London Bridge is falling down’, visit the location of medieval public toilets.
Marvel at the engineering of London's first bridge for 100 years. Learn about Queen Matilda and King Alfred and the importance of Queenhithe.
Step back into London of 1666.
- An enjoyable walk along the riverThames
- Hear about the famous Dick Whittington
- Meet other adventurous souls
- Susan Baker, a qualified City of London guide
Start: Blackfriars Station (North Entrance)
End: Tower of London
Duration: 90 mins | Step-free access: yes. (Involves an incline)
Suitable for all age groups.
Adults £12 (15yrs+)
Child £8 (5-14 yrs)
Toddlers free (4 and under)
Registered Office: 71-75 Shelton Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2H 9JQ