London's River walk - Liquid History
Seahorses and whales in central London? A London bus jumping over Tower Bridge? President Clinton's motorcade cut in half? So many questions to be answered on this fascinating walk!
It's time to go with the flow as we wander along the banks of old father Thames. This walk covers 2000 years of London's liquid history, exploring the vital role that the river Thames played in the creation and development of London. There are hidden passageways to explore, beautiful river panoramas to enjoy and many questions to be answered! Are there really seahorses in the river Thames? Was a whale spotted in central London? What stops for no man (including President Clinton!). This is a great walk for everyone and gives you a view of the city that is often overlooked.
Duration: Approx. 1 hour and 30 mins
Location: Meet outside the City of London Information Centre, beside St. Paul's Cathedral. The walk ends at the Tower of London. Just turn up at the start time and join the walk!
Cost: £10 per person. Please bring cash.
What to bring: Comfortable walking shoes and clothing, the walk takes place rain or shine! Oh, and don't forget your camera!