Secrets of East London Walking Tour

The often overlooked, and hidden in plain sight; from Tower Hill to Bank.

About the Secrets of London (East) Walking Tour

On this entertaining, enlightening, and fascinating tour, your expert guide will reveal London’s secrets, once lost to time.

If you know where to look, the past can still communicate today its litany of secrets, and the hidden history buried beneath ancient streets and concealed by a city two-thousand years old.

Key facts about this tour

Start time:11:00 am
Expected end time:13:00 (1pm)
Leaving from:Tower Hill Underground Station
Ending at:Bank Junction
Estimated walking distance:1.5 miles

What to expect on this walking tour

This walking tour is 120 minutes long. You will walk approximately one mile and see hundreds of years of history.

Once you have experienced your tour you will be able to say you have seen:

  • St. Ghastly Grim
  • The tiniest sculpture in the City
  • A church with a tube station in its crypt
  • Time and Tides
  • And so much more!

Tour location map

Things to do after your tour

Once you’ve finished your walking tour why not visit some of the other exciting London locations below?

Tucked away in the heart of the historic City of London, the Guildhall Art Gallery is a hidden gem that art lovers and history enthusiasts should not miss. Housing a rich collection that spans from the Roman era to the present day, the gallery beautifully showcases the city’s vibrant past and artistic legacy, with much more beneath the surface.

Tower of London

The Tower of London, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is an iconic castle with nearly a thousand years of history, home to the Crown Jewels, royal armouries, and infamous tales of intrigue. Step back in time as you explore its imposing White Tower, medieval walls, and the haunting Traitors’ Gate, providing an unforgettable journey into the city’s royal past.

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