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Area: London (Central)

'Most of the gardens are open to the public during the day, with the exception of Gray's Inn, which is open during weekdays only from 12 noon to 2.30pm. Mecklenburgh and Bedford Squares are private ...
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Category Camden

'The 18th-century village of Islington was once a hub of dairy farming, supplying much of London's milk. It was a place of healthy recreation for city-dwellers, with its clean air and the ...
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Category Islington

'All the gardens are open during daylight hours, unless otherwise indicated. Seating is provided in most gardens, and they are accessible to wheelchairs, except where stated.'


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Category City of London

One of a number of self-gudied walks. Others include: [1] Royal - - - : [2] Cultural - - - : [3] City - - - : [4] Ripper - - - : [5] Bridges - - - : [6] Legal - - - : [7] Nautical - - - : [8] Shopp ...
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Category Camden

'This is an easy walk of about 9 miles (15km), but with plenty of drop-out points should you wish for something shorter. It visits a number of South London’s most attractive parks, together with a ...
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Category Lambeth

'Brompton Cemetery, consecrated by the Bishop of London in June 1840, is one of the Britain's oldest and most distinguished garden cemeteries. The cemetery is Grade I Listed on the English ...
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'Bunhill today is a popular lunchtime spot for office workers wishing to escape the hustle and bustle of the surrounding City.'


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Category Islington

'The walks will take you through back streets, gardens, squares and parks and direct you toward trees of interest and beauty and providing you with some information about the various species of tre ...
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Category Camden

'Our walks programme includes: [1] Day walks in the Home Counties - mostly at weekends - - - : [2] Weekend trips farther afield [Hills and mountains] - - - : [3] One and two week trips even farther ...
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Category London (Central)

'The Chelsea Physic Garden was founded in 1673, as the Apothecaries' Garden, with the purpose of training apprentices in identifying plants. The location was chosen as the proximity to the ...
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[1] Visiting the City 'Find out what you can see and do on your visit to the oldest part of London - from attractions and galleries to guided walks' - - - : [2] Attractions around London  'Discover ...
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Category City of London

'This trail is a celebration of the diverse tree population and history of the Square Mile. It is also intended to highlight the importance of urban trees across the world and the need for people t ...
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Category City of London

'This walk starts at the oldest skyscraper. It then points out all the sky-scrapers in the City and ends at the tallest one in London, actually in Southwark so not strictly in the City (in fact the ...
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Category City of London

'Choose the main Trail which takes in the best the City has to offer or get side-tracked on any of four specially-themed routes: "Law and literature"; "London stories, London people"; "Culture vult ...
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Category City of London

The Walks are: [1] Old Clapham - - - : [2] Clapham North - - - : [3] Around Nightingale Lane - - - : [4] Clapham Common - - - : [5] South Side - - - : [6] West Side - - - : [7] North Side


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Category Lambeth

'The seven-mile-long walk, charted by 90 plaques set in the ground, takes you within sight of famous buildings and locations associated with the Princess during her life.'


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Category Westminster

'1. Bloomsbury ... 2. Soho ... 3. Holborn and Westminster ... 4. City of London ... 5. Hampstead ... 6. Kensington, Mayfair and Marylebone'


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Category London (Central)

[1] Insurance Walk - - - : [2] Banking Walk  - - - : [3] Markets Walk - - - : [4] Shipping Walk


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Category City of London

'We are a social enterprise with a mission to get people walking more and further on A-to-B journeys. We make digital and printed maps and work with organisations to promote walking as the safest, ...
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Category London (Central)

'These are all trees that established colonies during the 5,000 years of ice retreat. In other words they arrived after the ice started to melt, but before Britain became an island. It is possible ...
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Category Southwark

'I walked the Grand Union Canal in sections between 1999 and 2001, extending it slightly by adding the Regents Canal from Mile End in East London to the southern end. The walk passes throu ...
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Category Westminster

'These four sculptures form a delightful walking tour, taking in the sights of London alongside other public sculptures placed by Halcyon Gallery, including the Jelly Baby Family by Mauro ...
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Category Westminster

'The walk explores one of London’s best known and loved open spaces ...'


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Category Camden

'Walks are held on the first Sunday of every month except January ... Starting times are either 10.30 am or 2.30 pm (9.30 am for birds). Walks last approximately two hours, and you are recommended ...
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Category Camden

The Trails are: [1] Parliament Hill and the Tumulus (1.5 miles) - - - : [2] Heath Circuit (6 miles) - - - : [3] Sandy Heath and the Pergola (1.7 miles)


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Category Camden

'1066 Harold's Way is not a particularly demanding walk. There are no steep climbs up rocky hills sides, weaving in and out of tumbling streams or walking on land more suitable for sheep. ...
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Category Westminster

'Ibex consists of hill walkers and mountaineers of all ages, social backgrounds and experience. Our weekends away offer access to challenging high level walks and scrambling. For less experienced w ...
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Category London (Central)

'Islington has access to large open spaces in neighbouring London Boroughs. The Islington district of Finsbury Park is next to the southern end of Finsbury Park, in Haringey. The "Green Route" of t ...
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Category Islington

'The Jews of England arrived first of all in London in the wake of William of Normandy's conquest of England. It is thought they arrived shortly afterwards, though the first documented reference to ...
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Category City of London

'60km of continuous, green and attractive paths linking all 9 central London Olympic venues with some of the capital’s best attractions, heritage, parks, waterways and views.'


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Category Westminster

Designed to celebrate Her Majesty The Queen’s Silver Jubilee in 1977, the original route connected all of the city’s most famous sights, from Buckingham Palace to the stately dome of St Paul’s. It ...
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Category Westminster

'This much loved open space in south London has two parts; the Victorian Grade II listed park and the park extension to the east, created in the 1960's.'


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Category Lambeth

'In contrast to the natural heathland, the park around Kenwood is a designed landscape created by Sir Humphrey Repton. There is something to enjoy here in every season.'


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Category Camden

'All the gardens are open during daylight hours, unless otherwise indicated. Seating is provided in most gardens, and they are accessible to wheelchairs, except where stated.'


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Category Lambeth

'An area rich in history, this corner of London has played a significant part in the capital's development both economically and culturally. Boasting former residents of writers, artists and invent ...
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Category Westminster

[1] The Royal Walk - - - : [2] The City Walk - - - : [3] The Ripper Walk - - - : [4] The Cultural Walk - - - : [5] The Historic Riverside Pubs Walk - - - : [6] The Legal Walk - - - : [7] The Writer ...
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Category London (Central)

'Each walk lasts around two & a half hours, which includes a number of refreshment stops en route in carefully selected historic pubs. We will tell you about the history of each pub visited on ...
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Category London (Central)

'The four walks here cover much the main areas of Central London a first time visitor will want to cover: [1] The London Icons Walk - - - : [2] The City of London Walk - - - : [3]  The Kensington W ...
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Category London (Central)

'To go on a London Walk meet on the pavement outside the designated Tube Stop at the time stated. London Walks guides are easy to spot – they hold up copies of the famous white London Walk ...
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Category London (Central)

'The accompanying booklet is now out-of-print and the Wall Walk panels have deteriorated or have been removed, but enough interest in the walk remains to justify its inclusion. New discoveries en r ...
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Category City of London

'Walks are limited to 20 people so as to keep it more personal and are ADVANCE TICKET PURCHASE ONLY. You cannot pay on the day ... These walking tours go ahead regardless of the weather - rain or s ...
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Category London (Central)

'Royal London Walk ... Westminster Walk ... The Queen's Walk ... City of London Walk ... Pool of London Walk'


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Category Westminster

'Our walks are predominantly on Saturdays (occasionally Sundays) and all start from country locations, reached by rail from the main London stations. This is where most of us meet up at about 9 - 9 ...
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Category Lambeth

'You may like to note that very few of the gardens featured have toilets and that the only public toilets in Notting Hill open on Sunday are in Avondale Park.'


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'The Friends of Nunhead Cemetery (FONC) exists to represent all those with an interest in the cemetery. The group seeks to promote the conservation and appreciation of the cemetery as a pl ...
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Category Southwark

'Liverpool Street Station – Bishopsgate - Brushfield Street - Old Spitalfields Market. Commercial Street - Hanbury Street - Brick Lane. Bethnal Green Road - Squirries Street - Warner Place - Hackne ...
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Category City of London

'22 different installations and sculptures dotted around the Paddington area ... Take a day (or just a couple of hours) to explore the area's art and discover canalside walks, bridges, bars and caf ...
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Category Westminster

Walk Ideas for You to Try 'There are ample opportunities for walking in and around London, and there are many books full of suggestions. Read below for some suggested places to walk ...'...
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Category London (Central)

The walk 'is wonderful at any time, but especially in early spring when the blossom is out, or in the second weekend of June when many squares are open to the visitor for a one-time charge'.


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Download from the Website PDFs of three Park Trails: [1] Dulwich Park trail - - - : [2] Peckham Rye Park trail - - - : [3] Southwark Park trail


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Category Southwark

'The time indication [2.25 hours] does not include visiting three attractions in Hampstead. You need just a few minutes for Burgh House and 30 to 45 minutes for the house in Willow Walk. To fully e ...
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Category Camden

'The full 14-mile route goes through Chelsea, Putney, Wimbledon and into Sutton. There is also a shorter, family-friendly 5-mile route that follows the last five miles of the main route, for anyone ...
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'Walk the Walk is a grant making charity that raises money for vital breast cancer causes.'


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Category London (Central)

The Walk 'Embankment • The Strand • Covent Garden • Trafalgar Square • St Martin’s Lane and Five Dials • Soho and Chinatown • Greek Street and Soho Square • Oxford Street and Tottenham Cou ...
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Category Westminster

'The Friends of Waterlow Park is an independent local community group concerned with Park issues. It was formed in 1992 under the auspices of Camden council. FoWP worked with Camden Counci ...
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Category Camden

'FOWNC aims to increase knowledge and appreciation of West Norwood Cemetery. We hold general tours on the first Sunday of every month, special themed tours of the cemetery during the summe ...
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Category Lambeth

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