Official Guides to the City of London

Mark King




Architecture, Legal London, Magna Carta, Religion, Romans, St Paul's Cathedral, Wartime, Evening walks, Pub tours, Public art, City churches, Film locations, General city tour, Financial Institutions, Great Fire of London, River Thames.


Enjoy touring with a local, professional guide.

London born, Oxford degree, international marketing career in US & Europe then worked in City's prof. services sector in corporate/commercial law firms. 

Full-time guide: London Blue Badge region & City of London. Chairman, British Guild of Tourist Guides (2016-18).

Author: The Blue Badge Guide's London Quiz Book (2016)

Discover secrets of London's exciting past, present and future...!


14 years experience working in the City of London

BA Hons. University of Oxford (Modern History & Modern Languages)

2014 - now: City of London tourist guide (Winner of Katrine Prince Best Student Prize, 2014)

2010 - now: London Blue Badge tourist guide (Class Prize for Best Tour of Westminster Abbey, 2010)

Olympic & Paralympic venues for London 2012 (Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park)

Member of the Institute of Tourist Guiding

Chairman, British Guild of Tourist Guides 2016-18.

Author: The Blue Badge Guide's London Quiz Book

Guided Tours

City of London

London's other central and suburban districts especially the East End, Westminster, West End, north-western suburbs, Canary Wharf business district, Greenwich, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Bankside. WW1 and WW2, Winston Churchill tours, modern architecture, Romans, Museum of London (inc. Docklands), Kenwood House & Iveagh Bequest.


Kenwood House, Lord Mansfield and Dido Elizabeth Belle. World War One Zeppelin raids in London. London in WW2. Jewish London.