Discover Official Walks & Talks

Guildhall Art Gallery & Roman Amphitheatre: Tues, Fri, Sat & Sun

Note: Guildhall Art Gallery is closed until early April 2022 for refurbishment 

No tours will take place until the gallery reopens 

The Guildhall Art Gallery contains a wonderful collection of paintings dating from the 1600s to the present day, including historic scenes of the City of London, Pre-Raphaelite gems and modern masterpieces. 

The Gallery houses such world-famous works such as Dante Gabriel Rossetti's ‘La Ghirlandata', John Everett Millais' ‘My First Sermon’ and ‘My Second Sermon’, as well as John Constable's magnificent landscape, ‘Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows’. Dominating the Gallery is John Singleton Copley's mammoth ‘The Defeat of the Floating Batteries at Gibraltar’.

Below the Gallery you’ll view the Roman Amphitheatre, discovered when the building was rebuilt by Richard Gilbert Scott. Alongside this unique London survival you can see highlights from the Corporation’s collection of historic artefacts.

Learn about Guildhall Art Gallery’s collection on a free tour led by a qualified City of London Guide. They take place every Tuesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 12:15 and 13:15hrs. You will need to book to visit the Gallery in advance and can then join a tour.  Entry to the Gallery is also free.

Please note that the Guildhall Art Gallery may occasionally be closed to the public. Guiding does not occur on these dates. For dates of upcoming closures, please double check the Guildhall Art Gallery website Guildhall Art Gallery

Photos: courtesy of Niki Gorick

Please note: children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

Download a copy of our guided walks leaflet here

We offer daily, weekly and monthly walks around the City of London 

Our daily walks run from the City Information Centre, just south of St Paul's. You need to book via Eventbrite to secure you place

Note: the cut-off time for booking our daily walks is 21:00hrs the night before. If we don't have any bookings then the walk will not take place 

Private tours

If you'd like to organise your own walk, lecture or a virtual tour, then please use our Find a Guide section. If you're a member of an Arts Society or a U3A group we'd love to take you on a tour of the City. And if you're a company based in the City who'd like to organise a social event for your work colleagues, why not book an evening walk with us? 

If you've been on a walk recently we'd love to hear from you. Why not leave a review on our TripAdvisor page?

Note: We try to make our walks as inclusive and accessible as possible