Walks & talks
Our free walks have been designed to help you discover the best of the Quarter. These are free for everyone to attend and there’s no booking required so you can take an impromptu walk whenever you fancy it. Lunchtime walks start at 13.00 and last for 45 minutes so if you’re taking a break from work, you’ll still have time to grab a bite to eat. And, when there’s too much history to cram into 45mins, we make it a longer walk starting at 18.00. Just meet our professional guides at our meeting point outside 55 Baker Street.
If our scheduled walks programme doesn’t fit your timetable, book a bespoke walk at a time and date that suits you. Incorporate into a team building day, impress clients or simply arrange for staff to familiarise with the local area. Members can enjoy two FREE bespoke walk every year, see our bespoke walks page for further details.
Inside the Wallace Collection - 27 Sept 13:00
An expert Collection guide will introduce the history of Hertford House and its occupants, and highlight of some of the finest pieces in the collection, including furniture, porcelain and paintings. You’ll also be able to take in the spectacular, newly refurbished Great Gallery, described as “the greatest picture gallery in Europe”. Booking required.
The booking form for this tour will be released in our weekly newsletter early September. You can register to receive the newsletter here.
Halloween Spooky Walk - 25 Oct 18:00
Prepare to be spooked on our haunted Halloween walk. Hear about some gory and gruesome tales of the past, feel free to don your own Halloween costume!
NEW Transport Through Times - 22 Nov 13:00
Join us as we explore how London’s transport came of age in the Baker Street area. From the horse drawn carriage via the Omnibus to the taxi and the modern Routemaster. Plus, find out where in the Quarter a famous Beatle once took tea with a London bus driver!
Streets of Sherlock Holmes - 13 Dec 13:00
Get to know the origins of the Quarter’s most famour character Sherlock Holmes. Whether you’re a fan of Arthur Conan Doyle’s crime sleuth or have a penchant for literature history come and join us.