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 my Ticket Tailor page 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! Now booking.
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. Now booking.