In accordance with the government ’roadmap’ out of lockdown, the ‘stay at home’ rule ends on 29 March. Having received confirmation from the Department of Culture, Media & Sport, guided tours can now go ahead and are not subject to the ‘Rule of Six’. Public London walking tours will restart from 17 April.
Private and Public tours will be limited to a group of 10 people (not including the guide) and each household should keep a 1m+ distance from other households.
You can read the Look Up London Risk Assessment here.
Weekend public walking tours will start again from 17 April. Browse the list of all available walking tours here.
Look Up London Walking Tours are £20pp and run at 11am on selected Saturdays and Sundays. Groups are limited to 10 attendees.
Series Six of my virtual tours runs until Wednesday 7 April. Find out more here.
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Private walking tours cover all over London and are bespoke to the group. Prices start from £180 based on a couple or family for a 2 hour walking tour. Get in touch using the form below to organise you private, bespoke virtual tour.
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⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ “We have lived in London for over 30 years but still discovered so many new things during her tour. Thanks very much for an entertaining, inspiring and informative session during Lockdown number two!” – JNF, Nov 2020
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The full Parkland Walk route goes from Alexandra Palace to Finsbury Park, but you can also take a shorter route between Highgate and Finsbury Park....