Heretics and Horrors Tour - Explore bloody London
21 September 2019, 13:00 to 14:30 Please note: this event has passed
Embark on this 90-minute guided walk in the City of London exploring the horrors of living through the plague and the Great Fire of London.
Walk along the medieval street plan of the City of London. How would people have lived during the great plague? What did they do to try and avoid this deadly disease? Why were cats and dogs no longer safe on the streets? What were Watchmen paid to watch?
We will discuss how Bloody Mary earned her name, was she as bad or worse than her father Henry VIII? and why did people fear her?
Were body snatchers a necessity? Did Sherlock Holmes really jump?
Authentic different tour
Meet other adventurous souls
Get to know new places
Hazel will be ready to welcome you outside Cafe Nero, exit 2 St Paul's Underground Station 10 minutes before the walk starts. A Peer Advisor will also accompany you on this tour.
Look out for the London Guided Walks sign. The location is indicated on the map provided. However, if you have selected hotel or mainline station pick-up, Hazel will be in contact with you to confirm details. Please remember you are responsible for your own safety so please ensure you wear comfortable shoes and suitable clothing.
If you have any problems on the day Hazel can be contacted on 07545 020406.
Tickets can be bought here: https://estore.kcl.ac.uk/product-catalogue/kings-worldwide/global-mobility/heretics-and-horrors-tour-explore-bloody-london
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