The City of London is adorned with many monuments, plaques and statues which are
easily walked past unnoticed but have fascinating tales to tell. The good, the bad
and the courageous all have a permanent place on the streets of The City. Walk among
monuments of the movers and shakers who created The City’s rich heritage and hear
stories of their past worthy come to life.
Length 2 hours, starting point near St. Paul’s Cathedral, underground station St.
At Sixes and Sevens
People following the same craft began making arrangements amongst themselves for
regulating competition and keeping professional standards high within their trade.
The development of Livery Companies played an important role in the structure of
The City Corporation. This walk tells the story of the creation of craft guilds
and the history of the Livery Companies.
Length 2 hours, starting point near The Royal Exchange, underground station Bank