Tours

History is not just online or in the classroom, it can be seen in the streets. London and Oxford are home to some of the world’s most famous landmarks. Take a personal walking tour taking in some of the most magnificent sights. London Bridge, the Houses of Parliament with its famous Big Ben tower, Oxford University with the Botanical Gardens, Buckingham Palace and the lights and sounds of London’s nightlife.

This is why we offer a free consultation to discuss a plan, made individually for your needs and wants.

Your walking tour can start from your central London address, at Carfax Tower in Oxford or an easy to reach location can be organised. The only people on the walking tour will be you/your family and the guide so you really are getting a personal service.

To book a free consultation, please go to the contact form below.

Oxford Walking Tours.

Starting in Central Oxford by Carfax Tower, you will be taken on a walking tour of Cornmarket, Broad Street, Radcliffe Square, Magdalen Bridge, Christ Church College, and back to where you started.

Coming Soon:

Oxford Literary Walking Tours

Alice in Wonderlands. The Oxfordshire Walking Tours.

“Curiouser and curiouser!” Cried Alice (she was so much surprised, that for the moment she quite forgot how to speak good English).”  Lewis Carroll, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland & Through the Looking-Glass

To co-inside with the release of the upcoming book. ‘What to do in Oxford? A virtual tour.’ and ‘What to do in Oxford? A literary tour.’ We will be offering walking tours related to the literary greats of Oxford.

The Inklings, C.S. Lewis and Tolkein

” A clean, sweet city lulled by ancient streams,
A place of visions and of loosening chains,
A refuge of the elect, a tower of dreams.” C. S. Lewis

Oscar Wilde

Importance of Being Earnest. Oxford Walking Tours.

“Oxford still remains the most beautiful thing in England, and nowhere else are life and art so exquisitely blended, so perfectly made one.” Oscar Wilde

We will take you to see the haunts, drinking places and locations related to Colin Dexter, Lewis Carrol, C.S. Lewis, Oscar Wilde, Philip Pulman and J.R. Tolkien. Our walking tour will show you sites of inspiration for the writers, from Tree Beard, Alice’s sweet shop and the entrance to Narnia.

Central London Walking Tours.

Starting either at your central London address or at Buckingham Palace, you will be taken on a tour based on your preference of either Trafalgar Square and then Convent Garden or down to Westminster, the Houses of Parliament, and the Supreme Court.

Coming Soon:

East End of London Walking Tours

Jack the Ripper walking tours will be coming soon. You will learn about the victims, the locations, possible suspects and the diary.