Available to do 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Check with individual attractions if you want to go in.
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The City Visitor Trail is a self-guided walk around the City’s top attractions. Mapping a path from St Paul’s Cathedral to Tower Bridge, the trail takes visitors past world-famous places like the Tower of London, the Bank of England, Guildhall, and a host of City churches.
There are also optional ‘side-tracks’ – themed walking routes that deviate from the main trail allowing visitors to explore the west of the City (Law and literature – taking in Temple and the areas around Fleet Street), heritage (London stories, London people – taking in the Museum of London, Postman’s Park, the Roman Walls and the Clockmakers’ Museum), culture (Culture vultures – taking in the Barbican and Guildhall Art Gallery) and the fast-rising east of the City (Skyscrapers and sculpture – taking in routes around famous modern icons like the Gherkin, and public sculpture areas).
Also available is the City Visitor Trail app for smartphones. This contains a series of audio stories about selected attractions given by people in the know. The trail is free to walk (though attractions that it passes may charge entry), and the free maps are available from the City Information Centre, Tower Bridge, Guildhall, and selected attractions and churches throughout the City. The app is also free to download and use.
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