Come on one of my walks …

I am qualified walking tour guide, and a member of the City of Westminster Guide Lecturers Association, the City of London Guide Lecturers Association and the Clerkenwell and Islington Guides Association.

I am leading some walks in the real world at the moment but I also do have some virtual walks which you can join. These tours take place live. They are not recordings!

My upcoming schedule usually includes the following tours.

  • Passengers No More – lost and forgotten Railways of London
  • Going down the tube: the abandoned bits of the Underground
  • In Vincent’s Footsteps: from Covent Garden office to Stockwell lodgings
  • After the last picture show: what happened to those cinemas
  • Come fly with me: untold tales of London’s airports
  • A Room of One’s Own: Virginia Woolf in London

Virtual Tour Tickets cost £10 per individual or £16 for a group

Real world tours cost £15 per person (£10 concessions) – except for the In Vincent’s Footsteps walk which costs £25 as this includes entry to and a tour of the Van Gogh House

Book here

Hope to see you soon



Phone: +44 (0) 7958 916 402

Twitter: @stephensLDN

Facebook: StephensLDN


1 thought on “Come on one of my walks …

  1. Just reminiscing about my childhood in SW 18 I used to live on the east hill estate near st georges hospital dad had a shop in st John’s hill called the radio shack (not the USA one) used to walk to clapham junction and the other way to the high street to the Arndale centre then onto king georges park in the 70s I used to go to Eltringham school near that concrete roundabout – dare say east hill has been redeveloped by now? Hated the smell of hops from the Brewery !

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