Best Walking Tours in London
Ghost tours, guided walks and tasting tours; there's a whole other side of London that these guided walks are just waiting for you to uncover. Whether you want to know Jack the Ripper's jaunts or uncover the best beer on a stroll through the city, let these walking tour events in London be your guide. Check out our recommendations for some of the very best walking tours in London and discover a hidden side of the capital.
Last updated on 18th January 2018
Topping the charts when it comes to tasting tours in London is this hop-based nugget. Heralded for their historic, London beer production, not only can you immerse yourself in the action with a walking tour of the brewery, there's tasters to boot.
When it comes to beer tours in London it's best to get the best of both worlds, the flavour and the process combined. Head on down to the Southwark Brewery as their tour does just that, inviting you in to see the workings of the brewery, and promising tasters to boot.
At this exciting ghost walk, you’ll see London’s most haunted house, the city’s most haunted parks, and sail across the Thames, seeing the sights and being told the dark history of London and the Tower.
Take a magical tour round the parts of London filmed during Harry Potter in this sensation walking tour, with an interactive trivia quiz to prove who really is the biggest Potterhead.
This isn’t any old walking tour – you’ll have to solve riddles and puzzles using clues and your brains in the ultimate treasure hunt. An amazingly fun way to see round London – and you get 20% off your bill at the final pub. Try the City version as well.
Get an exclusive tour of the Ham Yard hotel, where you’ll be guided and taught about how to collect and successfully hang art in order to make it fun in a living space, before enjoying a three course lunch or afternoon tea.
You’ll end this London walking tour with a delicious brunch at Mac and Wild, but before that, you’ll discover all the produce growing on your doorstep with this guided walk through Battersea Park.