Bloomsbury is known for its idyllic garden squares, the British Museum, and the creative minds of the 20th century Bloomsbury Group – individuals like Virginia Woolf and Vanessa Bell. Did you know, however, that it’s also in Bloomsbury that you can learn about a Second World War spy and the origins of afternoon tea?
Bloomsbury is also an important academic quarter, so we’ll see some of the many buildings of the exceptional University of London, the archaeological Petrie Museum, as well as Bedford Square, where the first higher education college for women was founded in 1849!
Find some peace and greenery on this leafy walk in central London and hear the stories of some phenomenal individuals along the way.
Tickets are £19.50 for adults and £14.50 for Students and Over 60s (+ Eventbrite Fees). Guests who purchase a Student Ticket will be required to show a valid student ID before the tour begins.
Book below or on Eventbrite. Tickets cannot be booked on the day.