Guided Walks

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We have been organizing Guided Walks and Tours in and around London since the late 1970's. We aim for:

  • high academic standard
  • bringing the past to life with an entertaining delivery
  • showing how the past is rediscovered and interpreted.

We organise archaeological, historical, literary and local history guided walks in and around London for groups, societies, social clubs,.and schools and colleges.

Many of the London walks are given by Kevin Flude - curator and archaeologist (ex-Museum of London and the Victoria and Albert Museum, Museum Curator and Lecturer at the University of the Arts)

Otherwise we use archaeologists, museum curators and others who have a profound history of London at their command. Look at our Walks List for a complete list of London walks. Or the Walks for Schools and colleges for our guided walks for schools and colleges. For a longer history of our guided walks click here

CHR have produced innumerable lectures, walks, tours, study tours, and Conferences - organised on our own behalf (Citisights of London),   or in conjunction with other organisations. We have organised 2 seasons of Guided Walks in cooperation with the Theatre Museum, organised the historic   conference held in the City of London's Guildhall to commemorate the 800th Anniversary of the Mayoralty. organisations we have worked for or with include:

  • road scholar

  • The Museum of London

  • The Corporation of London

  • Royal Academy

  • Linklaters and Paines

  • Archaeological, Historical Societies, Staff Clubs. Language Schools

We have a team of skilled lecturers and a database of a large range of tried and tested itineraries, lectures, and course programmes covering:

  • History & local history
  • Art history
  • Archaeology
  • Literary heritage of London

See Also: Walks List Services for Schools and Colleges Quotes about our walks

Free Self-guided walks


Links for Guided Walks

For the next walk to be given by Kevin Flude click here.

Click here for a list of interesting links for walks

To see our Literary Tours - Jane Austen, Thomas Hardy, Charles Dickens are more click here:

The Archaeology and Origins of London Walk - for London walks was an exploration of the lastest ideas on the origins of London based on current archaeology. click here:

Conceptual Guided Walk

Kevin Flude was asked to do a 'conceptual' guided walk by Design guru's ABAKE in conjunction with the Bankside Gallery and the Arnolfini. The brief: to do a Guided tour of the 'On Purpose' Exhibition (showing at the Arnolofinis Bristol) BUT to give the guided tour in the 'Wouldn't it be nice?' Exhibition at the Embankment Galleries. To find out how it went: click here:

Greenwich meantime photo

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Next Guided Walks:

Sat 2.30 18th Nov 2017 The Archaeology & History of Chelsea  - From King Offa to the Swinging 60s - Sloane Square Tube 

Sat 2.30 2 Dec 2017 Myths, Legends and the Origins of London - Tower Hill Tube

Sat 10.45 16 Dec 2017 Exploring Roman London - a Literary & Archaeology Guide Tower Hill Tube 

Sat 10.45 30 Dec 2017 Medieval & Reformation London  - Smithfield to the Guildhall  - Barbican Underground 

Sat 10.45 13 Jan 2018  Cromwell and More's Tudor London - St Pauls Tube Exit 2 


Sat 2.30 27 Jan 2018 William Shakespeare and Tudor & Stuart London -  Tower Hill Tube  

Sat 2.30 10 Feb 2018 The Archaeology & History of Southwark - From London Bridge to Bermondsey Abbey - London Bridge - Tooley Street exit

Sat 2.30 24 Feb 2018 The Archaeology & History of Rotherhithe - Rotherhithe Tube


Sat 2.30 10 March 2018 Cornhill - City of London Ward Walk -  Bank Tube Station Exit 3


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