Thames River Walking Tour
London River – that’s the river for me.
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About the Thames River Walking Tour
This exciting walk follows the Thames path on the North bank.
From the ‘wobbly’ bridge to the bridging point that created London, the London Bridge will enlighten and entertain you.
This walking tour takes in the bridges, memorials and events of 2,000 years of London history. So remember to slightly wobble your gait to get that authentic riverside experience.
Key facts about this tour
|Start time:||11:15 am|
|Expected end time:||13:15 pm (1.15 pm)|
|Leaving from:||Saint Paul’s Churchyard|
|Estimated walking distance:||1 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:
- A plethora of bridges
- Shakespeare’s globe
- Fishmongers Hall
- The original walkway to London Bridge.
- 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?
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.
The Sky Garden, London’s highest public garden, offers stunning 360-degree views of the city from atop the Walkie Talkie building. With its lush, beautifully landscaped gardens, chic bars, and restaurants, it’s a sublime retreat that combines relaxation and sophistication, making it an essential visit for stunning cityscape views.
The Monument to the Great Fire of London, commonly known as The Monument, is a towering column that commemorates the catastrophic fire of 1666. Offering a spiralling climb of 311 steps, it rewards visitors with a breath taking panorama of the city, serving as a poignant reminder of London’s resilience and rebirth.