Welcome to Green City Walks, showcasing the
beauty and history of the City of London.

The guided walks featured in these pages are
designed to give workers and visitors to
London a deeper appreciation of this great
City.

All walks feature beautiful architecture, gardens and water
features, many of which are unknown to most visitors to
London.


Latest News: Please note that all of the regular public walks
have now been suspended until the end of October 2012.
 
(Steve's services have been engaged as a guide for a major
London tourist venue). We apologise for this, and will try to
recommence a regular walking programme later in the year.
It
will still be possible to book any walk as a private booking,
please contact us for details.



Steve is pleased to present a new walk called the 'New River
Walk' This walk starts from the Angel tube station and follows
the 'New River' through the delightful Canonbury area. The
New River was actually a 17th Century grand civil engineering
project to bring much needed water from Hertfordshire to
London. We will walk the most picturesque sections of what is
now a beautiful river park in Islington, and learn about the
history of the area as we go.


As a new Friday walk, we are pleased to offer a walk which
covers the amazing story of the history of tea in London.
Called the
'Story of Tea in the City', this walk shows you the
places where tea was first sampled, auctioned and enjoyed in
London, and explains how the British taste for tea developed
over the last 350 years.
Green City Walks
Old London Bridge, Artist; Peter Jackson
Garden of St. Dunstan's in the East