Sherlock Holmes Online Walking Tour

When Audible asked me to write a podcast about ‘The Real Sherlock’ I decided to create a walking tour of London that would take in some of the most important places in the lives of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and the world’s most famous detective.

Join me on this virtual walking tour, on 23 August, where I’ll introduce you to the places that inspired the author and helped him to create Sherlock Holmes, Dr Watson and many other memorable characters. It’s also a great chance to see parts of London you may not have been able to visit – or perhaps you live in London and have simply walked past them without knowing their significance. You can join the event from anywhere in the world. Come and discover some of the hidden wonders of this wonderful city and be immersed in the London of Sherlock Holmes. https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-sherlock-holmes-online-walking-tour-tickets-166637955611

Baker Street tube station in London
Audible Original The Real Sherlock, by Lucinda Hawksley
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Online walking tour

On 24 March, I’ll be doing a virtual ‘walking tour’ about William Morris in West London, starting at 6pm UK time, joinable from anywhere https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/william-morris-in-west-london-virtual-walk-tickets-145287289193

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Walk Charles Dickens’s London

If you’re planning a trip to London – or if you live there! – my downloadable walking tour works with your smartphone and takes you on a journey from Dickens’s first adult home, to the Charles Dickens Museum via many of the London streets and sites from which he took inspiration. It is available to download from Voice Map:

https://voicemap.me/tour/london/charles-dickens-from-furnival-s-inn-to-doughty-street

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Walking tour: William Morris in West London

Book tickets now for my new walking tour, happening on Sat 28 July in London.

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/william-morris-in-west-london-walk-tickets-48007198824

Walk along some of the prettiest river paths in London and discover the worlds of William Morris and his friends, as well as stories of feisty suffragettes, poets, designers, and ghosts of the old river. The walk will begin at Hammersmith station and end at Ravenscourt Park.

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Walk in Dickens’s Footsteps

If you live in, or are visiting, London, you can walk in the footsteps of my great great great grandfather with my downloadable walking tour: https://voicemap.me/tour/london/charles-dickens-from-furnival-s-inn-to-doughty-street

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© Lucinda Hawksley 2021. Last updated 28 September 2021.