Then and Now London Walks are guided walks you can take in London which can introduce you to the fascinating story of this city. Most of the walks last for 2 hours and take you around different neighbourhoods with distinctly different characters. With Then and Now London Walks you can explore areas like Camden and Somers Town, Historic St Giles, Fitzrovia, Gray’s Inn to St Pancras, Hampstead Village, Hatton Garden, King’s Cross, Primrose Hill, The Foundling Museum, The Story of London through Portraiture, Soho, Covent Garden, Marylebone, Regent’s Park, Smithfield, Clerkenwell, Pentonville, Barnsbury, the Regent’s Canal, King’s Cross, St Luke’s and Highbury. Richard aims to run walks which are fun and informative and which present an intimate view of London’s history and heritage. There are great stories at every corner of this great city which connect us with our past. Your guide hopes that these guided walks will appeal to visitors and lifelong Londoners alike. Find out more about your guide here. Richard’s engaging and thoroughly researched walks are a great way to learn about the many stories of London in a relaxed and informal way. He can tell you how London grew from the fields beneath our streets to the huge and cosmopolitan urban society we live in today.