Valentines Weekend Things to Do in London

Discover London this Valentine's

Looking for something different to do in London this Valentine's? Then our anti-Valentine's walks are just the ticket!

Join us for a walk investigating the darker side of London. Hear stories that will give you and your loved one a chilling thrill.

Heretics and Horrors things to do Valentines Weekend

Heretics and Horrors

Wednesday 14 February, 7pm

Embark on this 90-minute private walking tour that explores the horrors of living through the Great Plague and the Great Fire of London .

Walking along the medieval street plan of the City of London our tour starts during the Great Plague. How would people have lived during this scary time? What did they do to try and avoid this deadly disease? Why were cats and dogs no longer safe on the streets? What were Watchmen paid to watch?

We will discuss how Bloody Mary earned her name, was she as bad or worse than her father Henry VIII? And why did people fear her?

Were body snatchers a necessity? Did Sherlock Holmes really jump? Learn how to avoid prison after killing your mother.

Buy your tickets now:

Buy a gift voucher for two people to join a guided walk in London for £25. Explore London on a more local level.

How it works:

1. Purchase your £25 gift voucher for two people to join a public walk

2. You'll receive your payment confirmation email from PayPal within minutes.

3. We'll send you your gift voucher via email to give the lucky recipient. 

They can then choose to join a tour on a date and at a time that works for them - simple!

Bleeding Heart and Body Parts - Valentines Day walks in London

Bleeding Hearts and Body Parts

Private Tours only

My Bloody Valentine....

Venture into the dark world of London's bloody past on this antidote to Valentine's. Explore narrow lanes, bleeding hearts and body parts.

Start: Chancery Lane Tube Station | Finish: Smithfields

No step-free access | Duration: 90 mins

Oliver Twist Half Term Walk
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