October 2020 05
Tate Modern
Posted By : Sue Hadley

Housed in the former Bankside Power Station, the spectacular Tate Modern collection showcases the nation’s collection of international and British art dating from 1900 to the present day. In addition to temporary special exhibitions, the…

October 2020 05
Huguenots of London – walk & talk
Posted By : Sue Hadley

300 years ago, the streets around Spitalfields were filled with the sound of French voices and the rhythmic repetitive sound of weaving looms. For many years, this part of London was home to thousands of…

October 2020 05
British Museum
Posted By : Sue Hadley

The British Museum is one of world’s most fascinating museums - inside you’ll find some of the most important treasures of the world. Its remarkable collection spans thousands of years and, in short, tells the…

October 2020 05
Spitalfields & the East End
Posted By : Sue Hadley

No area illustrates London’s vibrant cultural mix better than Spitalfields. Centuries of immigration, from French Huguenots and Jewish settlers to Bengali and Somali communities, have shaped this historic East End neighbourhood, giving it a completely…

October 2020 05
Churchill War Rooms
Posted By : Sue Hadley

The Churchill War Rooms are a chilling reminder of Britain’s darkest days. Beneath the streets of London you can enter the secret bunker used by wartime Prime Minister Winston Churchill and his government during World…

October 2020 05
Tower of London
Posted By : Sue Hadley

The Tower of London is our oldest surviving Royal Castle, having stood watch over London for nearly 1,000 years. It has a dark and blood-soaked history: thousands found themselves imprisoned in the Tower during the…

October 2020 05
City of London
Posted By : Sue Hadley

This walk takes you through the pulsing heart of the City of London, one of our most historic quarters yet also a place where the glass skyscrapers are in a race to the sky. The…

October 2020 05
Westminster Abbey
Posted By : Sue Hadley

Westminster Abbey is our Coronation Church and one of Britain’s greatest medieval buildings. For centuries Kings & Queens have walked down its aisle for their date with destiny. It’s witnessed many other major events too,…