St Paul's Underground Station

St Paul's Underground Station
Cheapside, London, EC2V 6BJ
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The City by the Book

Charlotte Bronte loved it. Alexander Pope hated it.  Known mainly as a place for money making and trade, the narrow alleyways of the City also gave birth to writers and poets.  It either charmed or repelled its visitors and it has featured in or inspired books and poetry over the centuries.  This walk from St Paul's to…

Mon 22 Oct

£12 (£9)

  • 11:00 – 13:00

'For parliament or the king?': The city and the civil war.

***Civil War Connections around St. Paul's and Cheapside***   The British Civil Wars (1642-51) were a major factor in the creation of modern Britain. This walk explores how the City of London was involved and the impact of the Civil Wars on parliamentarian, royalist and the ordinary citizens of London. No military…

Sat 29 Sep

Exit 2

£12 (£9)

  • 11:00 – 13:00

Publish & Be Damned: A Fleet Street History

Fleet Street © Andrea Vail Let's take a walk down Fleet Street to hear about the monks, knights, and lawyers who made this area their home in the middle ages, the rise of mass market book publishing, and how Fleet Street went from having the City's first printing presses to becoming a 24-hour news operation. WHERE…

Wed 3 Oct

£12 (£9)

  • 19:00 – 21:00

Shakespeare - Take Him for All in All

Photo © 2016 Alan Tucker – City of London Map, St Paul's Guide tel: 07982 132231: please contact me on this number if booking has closed. He was a man, take him for all in all, I shall not look upon his like again. (Hamlet Act One, Scene Two) While Shakespeare is the stuff of legend, he was in so many ways a…

Fri 19 Oct

£12 (£9)

  • 14:00 – 16:00

Women of the West - walking tour from St Paul's tube station (Exit 1, Cheapside)

Selected dates in June, July, August and September, FREE. Walking tour of the City, taking in stories of forgotten women workers, medieval business owners, famous queens, and 20th-century heroines. Grim tales of a woman's work during the plague, Suffragette activity and two of the most powerful women in the City's history…

Thu 27 Sep


  • 14:00 – 16:00

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