A virtual tour is an ideal way to explore new areas of London. If you're a member of an arts society or a livery company why not book a group tour with me? Keep visiting this page as I'll be adding more virtual tours. I also offer occasional virtual tours you can book individually - visit Ticket Tailor for news.
Redbrick houses, leafy streets and white painted fences. Bedford Park was the original garden suburb that attracted artists, actors and middle-classes families. Wander up its roads, groves and crescents; encounter one of Ireland’s greatest sons, a pioneering aviator, a Russian revolutionary and the murder of a matinée idol.
Bloody City of London
Hanging, Drawing and Quartering; the Great Plague, botched beheadings, an early assassination and an excruciating operation. Meet the original double-crosser and an heroic jail breaker. Learn a little about London’s bloody past, as we move ‘virtually’ westwards from Tower Hill to Smithfield. You may need a stiff drink!
Aside from the much loved Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew has been home to courtiers and artists for centuries. On this online tour we’ll cross Kew Bridge and meet a visiting Impressionist, father and son botanists, a green-fingered princess and her cricket-loving husband, an intrepid woman artist - and maybe a cannibal..
Rock, royalty and revolutionaries. With its attractive riverside location and picturesque houses, Richmond has had its fair share of notable residents. On this 45-minute virtual tour you’ll visit a famous venue for rock 'n' roll, a much-loved theatre and a Tudor palace. You'll meet a prisoner from the American Revolutionary War, a revolutionary Chilean, an award-winning actress, a Bloomsbury printer and enjoy one of the best views in London.
Vintry, Dowgate and Queenhithe
Discover the history of three of the City of London’s wards. On this 45-minute virtual tour we’ll uncover lost City churches, the site of a Roman bathhouse and an unlucky livery hall. We’ll learn about North America's oldest trading company and the origin of 'at sixes and sevens', find a movie location for a much-loved Ealing Comedy, visit an Anglo-Saxon trading port and pass the home of a pantomime hero. And we may catch a medieval murder or two.