The Time Traveller's Walk
We start our 5 mile walk exploring the maritime history of London and travel from one time zone to another in the blink of an eye before passing under the river Thames to capture stunning images of the modern architecture in the financial heart of London. We’ll then take a short tube ride to the East End of London to photograph the street art in Shoreditch and finished in the City of London. Sites include the Royal Observatory, the famous Tulip staircase, the Royal Naval College, the Cutty Sark, Canary Wharf and the street art of East London.
We will learn about the history of the places we visit, find the best locations for photos and learn how to use our camera for creative effect. Your walk is led by a professional photographer and each guest receives FREE walk notes and a guide to photographic technique.
The Time Traveller’s walk is available every MONDAY and THURSDAY.
Max 4 Guests
Cutty Sark DLR
*excluding Eventbrite booking fee
See more of the great city of London on one of our other great walks.
THE SOUTH BANK WALK
THE ROYAL PARKS WALK
THE NORTH 'N' SOUTH WALK
The South Bank of the Thames offers the visitor a wealth of photo opportunities including the Palace of Westminster, Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, The London Eye, The National Theatre, HMS Belfast, the tallest building in Europe, Tate Modern, the Millennium Bridge, Tower Bridge, St Katharine’s Dock and the Tower of London.
Take in the tranquil surroundings of four of London’s Royal Parks whilst capturing images of iconic landmarks including Nelson’s Column,The Mall, St James’s Park, Buckingham Palace, No 1 London, Kensington Palace, the Albert Memorial, Royal Albert Hall, the V&A and the Natural History Museum (plus some of London’s wildlife!).
This walk starts in the legal heartland of Temple and takes us along the north bank of the Thames seeking out the political centre, the home of the original spy-master, the Queen’s bodyguards, the oldest object on the streets of London, an artistic centre named after a sugar baron, James Bond’s HQ, the Archbishop’s HQ and a tunnel full of graffiti.