Half- and full-day tours
Let me put together a special itinerary for you. We can spend a morning, afternoon or a full day exploring some of London’s best sights at your own pace. If your time is limited I can put together a whistle-stop tour of London, using the famous Tube.
In town for a conference or a secondment? Let me take you and your work colleagues on a tour of London or an evening stroll. Choose from well-known sights or hidden alleyways and a welcoming pub.
It's only rock ’n’ roll but I like it - and if you do, let me show you some of the places linked to Britain’s unrivalled music heritage. See iconic venues, famous studios where many classic albums were recorded, and stars' homes.
Learn about London’s maritime past, and where time starts. Explore the tea clipper 'Cutty Sark', gaze in awe in London’s very own ‘Sistine Chapel’, have a mooch around Greenwich Market and admire a house built for a queen.
Let us Muggles travel round by public transport (leave your Nimbus 2000 at home) and see where scenes from the Harry Potter movies were filmed, from Gringotts Bank to Diagon Alley and the Ministry of Magic.
The City of London
Discover its hidden wonders, from atmospheric medieval churches to narrow alleyways, hidden gardens and a cosy pub. With 2,000 years of history, from the Romans to the newest skyscraper you’re never far from a fascinating tale or two.
Dark tales of the City of London
Meet some of the more sinister characters of the old city, from the original double-crosser and thief taker, to a serial jailbreaker, the ghost of a grieving sister, a mysterious nurse and the Black Dog of Newgate Gaol...
London has some fantastic ale houses, from the historic to the hard-to-find, so why not come and have a pint or two in a hidden gem? There are some excellent local gins to try as well.
London's livery companies
Livery companies have played their part in the City of London for centuries. Goldsmiths, Skinners, Dyers and Vintners and many more have fascinating histories, elegant architecture and ancient traditions.