Meet at City Information Centre (just south of St. Paul’s Cathedral)
2pm Saturday 28th February 2015
Come along to find Charles Dickens source of inspiration for his globally loved novels and stories.
Tread the streets Dickens tramped and imagine a Dickensian London.
Children Under 12: Free
2 pm TOMORROW – Monuments to Murder – Find out about the blood-thirsty history of Smithfield – an ancient part of the City.
Sunday 2nd March 11 am – London’s Burning – Join me to discover more on the burning question of the City of London.
Thursday 6th March 11 am – Fleet Street – The street of ink & much more besides.
Wednesday 12th March 2 pm – City Highlights – Interesting facts & buildings to learn more about.
Friday 14th March 2 pm – Monuments to Murder – Deaths, murder & more.
Saturday 20th March 11 am – London’s River – Take a walk along the banks of the Thames & hear about its place in our history.
All walks meet at City Information Centre, near St. Paul’s Cathedral
Children under 12yrs. Free