Piccadilly Line

Green Park to Covent Garden, featuring a cricket bat and Sherlock Holmes

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This walk unearths the secrets of some of London's most famous streets, buildings and spaces:


Why are there no flowerbeds in Green Park?

Where did Queen Victoria go when she didn't want to be noticed?

How did Michael Portillo escape from the paparazzi?

Which American President had a wife with the middle name ‘Kermit'?

What did Kenneth Williams have in common with Sherlock Holmes?

How did an 18th century resident of Covent Garden blow himself up simply because his wife hadn't cooked his dinner?

 

The answers to all these questions and many more will be revealed as we walk the Piccadilly Line ...

There's no need to pre-book - just turn up. Meet by the statue of Diana (Goddess of the Hunt, not the other one), in Green Park. This is immediately outside the exit from Green Park Tube station marked ‘Green Park/Buckingham Palace'. (See the link on the right for a map.)

 

 


Scheduled walks will resume in the spring. In the meantime please contact me to arrange private walks.


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Scheduled walks will resume in the spring. In the meantime please contact me to arrange private walks.

Walk the lines...

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Eiffel Tower

The Eiffel Tower grows by 7 inches in summer. Again, a lovely way of bringing to life what could be a very dull statement in a physics lesson. (In this case - metals expand when they are heated.)