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London Town Walks
As a small company, London Town walks only has one guide; the owner of the company, Ian Porter. As an acclaimed writer and researcher, he has written the well received novel 'Whitechapel', set amidst the 1888 Jack the Ripper murders and is a well renowned public speaker and writer on the East End during the Victorian times. As a company, they tailor the walks to suit the individuals and are willing to let visitors choose destinations, timings and stop-off points along the way.
All walking tours cost £10 per person (minimum tour size six people, maximum no limit).
Popular walks include:-
The Hidden London Walk:
This walk compiles a bit of everything from a number of other tours. You'll be introduced to all of London's interesting history from Dickens and the Tudors to the Great Fire and World War II. With a great view of the Thames you'll be led down a number of back streets and even see the spot where the first dictionary was devised.
Central London set the scene for many of the Suffragette's fight for 'Votes for Women' and this tour will take you through spots such as Trafalgar Square, Downing Street, Whitehall and the Houses of Parliament, accompanied by a number of photos from the time, helping to bring Edwardian London to life.
Ever known the difference between pirates, privateers and buccaneers? Or who Elizabeth I's favourite pirate was? This tour encompasses everything you'd ever want to know about the lives of pirates, the spots where they drank and the points where they were hanged. There's Mutiny on the Bounty so why not get involved?