St Paul’s Cathedral, with its breathtaking dome, has been a City of London icon for centuries. Built on a hill within the old Roman wall enclosing the Square Mile, it has attracted all aspects of City life to gather round it.
This circular walk explores activities old and new often hidden or overshadowed highlights; ancient ceremonies; a cluster of Christopher Wren churches; Roman remains; and medieval schools. Hear the story of the City gate that relocated to the countryside in Victorian times, then finally returned to London in 2006 to enhance today’s Cathedral Quarter.
To book: visit our Eventbrite page
Please note: children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
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
Our weekly walks have individual booking pages and earlier cut off times, please see the individual listing.
Some of our walks offer concession rates: valid for over 65s and students.
All Eventbrite bookings have a booking fee.
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 or other 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 walk with us?
Note: We try to make our walks as inclusive and accessible as possible