The South Bank Walk

Join us on this 5 mile walk starting from the heart of government and following the lively South Bank of the river Thames. The South Bank 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, Tower Bridge, St Katharine’s Dock and the Tower of 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 lead by a professional photographer and each guest receives FREE walk notes and a guide to photographic technique. The South Bank walk is available every SATURDAY and WEDNESDAY

£49/person
4 Hours Max 8 People From Westminster Tube Station

The South Bank Walk

The South Bank of the Thames offers the visitor a wealth of photo opportunities including the Palace of Westminster, Big Ben, The London Eye, The National Theatre, HMS Belfast, the tallest building in Europe, Tower Bridge, the Tower of London, St Katharine’s Dock, and much more.

Please note that should you wish to take photographs in Southwark Cathedral you will need to purchase a £1 photo permit on entry.

  • Big Ben and Palace of Westminster
  • Westminster Abbey
  • London Eye
  • Tate Modern
  • Millennium Bridge
  • Shakespeare's Globe
  • The Shard
  • Southwark Cathedral
  • HMS Belfast
  • Tower Bridge
  • St Katherine's Dock
  • Tower of London
Historic Landmarks

Our walk includes the Palace of Westminster, Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, The London Eye, Tate Modern, the Millennium Bridge and St Paul's Cathedral, The Globe, Borough Market, Southwark Cathedral, HMS Belfast, The Shard, Tower Bridge and St Katherine's Docks.

Professional Guide

As your guide and professional photographer I'll be giving you some of the history behind the sites we will visit plus hits and tips on getting the most from your camera to capture memorable images of my home city.

Tour Notes & Photography Guide

Each guest receives a comprehensive guide giving you a brief history of the sites visited on your walk plus an indispensible guide on photography with tips on composition, exposure, lens choice, creative controls, filters, shooting panoramic images and more.

Easy Access

Your South Bank Walk starts and ends at a convenient London tube station. We meet at Westminster station on the Circle, District and Jubilee lines opposite Big Ben. Please note there are several flights of steps on the walk.

Book The South Bank Walk on Saturdays and Wednesdays (available dates in bold)

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