London Walking Tour: The Belgravia Walk

06 August 2018

Newly introduced to the programme are a series of London Walking Tours specifically for Wellington Parents. Join us as City of Westminster Guide, Lou Cohen, takes us through the different districts and shares her wealth of knowledge about one of London’s most iconic boroughs.

The leading developer of the Regency and early Victorian era was Thomas Cubitt. In 1820 he began work on the Grosvenor estate. Grand houses were built, and garden squares designed and planted. Some of London’s wealthiest residents moved in and the squares of Belgravia remain some of the most desirable addresses in Westminster. Find out about the history of the gardens and some of the famous and infamous residents who once lived in and around them.

Meeting point – by the Foch Statue, in Grosvenor Gardens SW1 (near Victoria Station) at 10.15am for a 10.30am start. The tour shall last approx. 1hr 45 mins and will go ahead whatever weather. Spaces are limited to 20 people. Tickets are £14 per person.