Six in the City are delighted to have been commissioned by the Friends of the City Churches (FCC) to deliver their specialist church walks throughout 2020.
These walks are for FCC members only so we strongly recommend that you join that amazing and worthwhile architectural heritage charity which is dedicated to preserving the beautiful and unique churches found within the square mile of the City of London.
The City of London has 2000 years of history packed into a small space. It is incredibly photogenic with it’s stunning Cathedral, historic River, classical buildings and tiny winding alleyways.
Join me, an award-winning professional photographer and City of London Guide, for a Photography Walk in the Square mile, looking for the most memorable and unique views to photograph.
We will look for those different, Insta-worthy shots around St Paul’s Cathedral, the River Thames, some of the City’s mediaeval lanes, Leadenhall Market (famous as the setting for scenes from Harry Potter films) and the iconic new buildings where the big money is made. Just bring a camera of any kind. We’ll have a chat over a cup of coffee before going out snapping.
NB The weather needs to be dry for this walk. If it look like it is going to rain significantly, then I will rearrange it and offer you replacement dates.
Six in the City are happy to provide private London tours for groups, families or corporate clients.
We are qualified tour guides in the City of London and can show you the hidden secret corners of London on a private sightseeing tour that avoids the crowds, suits your schedule and can even cover your specialist interests.
We are happy to create bespoke private tours of the City of London. Just tell us what interests you and we will create a guided tour tailored just for you.
A Christmas Carol – the locations that inspired Charles Dickens
A River’s Tale
Alleyways, Coffee Houses, Wealth and Livery
From the Human to the Divine – Sculpture around St Paul’s
From Puddings to Poultry, Gherkins and Cheese
From the Romans to Rogers
Gardens of Delight
Highways of the Barbican
Highlights of the City of London
Introduction to the City
London’s River, Tower of London to London Bridge
No Place for a Girl, or is it?
Movers and Shakers in the City of London
Playwrights, Palaces, Prostitutes and Piracy – A Walk around Southwark
Royalty and the City – Power and Influence
Slavery and the City
Something Old, Something New
The City of London – Introduction to Finance
The Medieval World of Thomas Becket
Philanthropy and a Little Bit of Evil in High Holborn
Wander in the Footsteps of Sir Christopher Wren
As well as private tours, we run the above walks as public walks from time to time, so sign up to our Newsletter to be notified of when new walks are added to our schedule.