Morley College

Heroes and Villains - Tuesdays and Thursdays

January to March, 2022

11:00 AM to 13:00 PM

This course of 8 live walks is offered in conjunction with Morley College

From the Cato Street Conspiracy to the Gordon Riots, this series of walks will visit areas in London that commemorate Heroes and Villains. But at a time when the legitimacy of some statues is being challenged - who is a hero and who is a villain?

The Tuesday course is now fully booked.  Spaces are  available on the Thursday course. 27th January to 24 March, 2022

 To book and find more details of locations visited,  please visit the Morley College website:

London’s Parks, Gardens and Open Spaces - Series 1

Tuesdays – April 26 to June 21, 2022

11:00 AM to 13:00 PM

London has some of the most wonderful parks and gardens in the world. To enjoy these open air museums and plant galleries you have to walk them. These walks offers the chance to learn more about the lungs of London

To book and find more details of locations visited, please visit the Morley College website:

Reformation to Restoration

Thursdays – April 28 to June 23, 2022

Henry VIII' s reformation and dissolution of the monasteries in 1530s changed the physical, social and ecclesiastical fabric of London. The Restoration of the Monarchy in 1660 introduced a new order to London. Explore London life during these dramatic events.

To book and find more details of locations visited, please visit the Morley College website:

For Schools

Walk London With Us walks can bring history and literary figures to life with walks round the hidden parts of London. For example, our “Roman London” walk is suitable for both primary and secondary schools. But we can always devise, in co-operation with teachers and staff walks that highlight parts of the National Curriculum.

For Universities and Colleges

Walk London With Us can provide walks which bring to life areas of study about London’s built environment and history.

The “History of Housing in London” is already a popular walk with planning and architectural students and our History of Finance in the City is a regular walk we provide for school visits and universities alike. We can also provide “Introduction to London” walks for overseas students as part of their orientation programme to the City.