In London’s Square Mile there are an incredible 376 open and green spaces.
On this fun, history-based walking tour we’ll be exploring some of the most beautiful spots in the City, finding out why this small space has so much greenery and hunting down the most unusual gardens!
Each of these little oases is packed with stories and we’ll be admiring the famous ‘secret’ gardens including St Dunstan-in-the-East and Postman’s Park as well as the more surprising hidden gems that the City has in store!
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “Secret Gardens was so interesting and Katie explained everything so well. Really enjoyed it. I saw places I’ve walked past so often but didn’t know they were there. Guess that’s why it was called Secret Gardens!” – Tripadvisor Review, October 2020
The meeting point is outside Mansion House Tube Station, specifically the corner of Garlick Hill and Queen Victoria Street.
The walk lasts a maximum of 2 hours, ending a short walk from Monument Station.
All Look Up London tours focus on the hidden stories, trying to spot the details above your eye line that are often missed by passersby. There’s a lot of information in an architectural detail, a crest or a sculpture that tells you about the history of the area! See all the walks here.