A Walk in History

In the company of One Aldwych Curator, Dr Matthew Green

Matthew would love to take you on an immersive whirlwind tour of the greatest city in the world.

He will meet you in the Lobby Bar and guide you through London’s labyrinth of cobbled alleys and snarling thoroughfares, and through the centuries, showing you a side of the city rarely featured on conventional tours of chocolate-box London; less the Palace, Paul’s and Parliament and more a cathartic voyage of discovery revealing the city’s hidden treasures delivered by a gifted storyteller and lifelong Londoner. As a world expert, you may ask Matthew to take you to see literally anything in the whole city, but one of these four critically acclaimed tours would work as the foundation.

Coffeehouse Tour

Why not stimulate your body and mind on a Coffeehouse Tour of the oldest part of London, exploring how the arrival of the ‘bitter Muhammedan gruel’ in the 17th century transformed the face of the city, brought people together and inspired brilliant ideas that shaped the modern world? With unlimited dishes of the coffee, brewed exactly as it would have tasted 300 years ago?

2 hours; from £295 inclusive of coffee

Medieval Wine TOur

Five Drinks Tour

If you are feeling brave (and thirsty) throw yourself into a London in Five Drinks Tour, exploring how five drinks – ale, wine, coffee, chocolate and gin – forged modern London. Naturally there will be generous servings of 17th-century chocolate, Georgian gin and more.

3hours; from £400 inclusive of drinks

City Soul Tour

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