Looking for a fun and educational half term activity that will burn a bit of the kids’ energy at the same time? Then look no further!

At the request of a friend of my wife’s, I recently ran a History of London walk designed specifically for children aged 9-13 which proved to be a great success.  So much so, I’m doing it again for another group of friends during October half term week and there are a limited number of spaces available on that walk.

The walk visits locations relevant to subjects featured in the Key Stage 2 Primary history curriculum – invasion and settlement (Romans, Saxons, Vikings, Normans), The Great Plague, The Great Fire of London, Victorian London and The Blitz – and is designed to bring those subjects to life in a fun, immersive and interactive way.

Meeting point is next to Tower Hill underground station at 11.00 am and we’ll finish on the 1 New Change Balcony around two hours later (full details will be sent on confirmation of attendance).

Cost is £10 per person for adults and £5 per child (all children on the walk must be accompanied by a parent/guardian).

Places are limited and must be pre-confirmed, if you wish to attend just let me know via my contact form and I will e-mail a confirmation by return.  Alternatively, if you and your friends would like to organise your own walk, get in touch and we can arrange a date.

I Look forward to hearing from you!