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Official Guides to the City of Westminster

Members of the Westminster Guides and Lecturers Association ensure that the best use is made of your time, responding to your interests and giving you an enjoyable insight into an area stretching from Pimlico to the Strand via Belgravia, Victoria and Westminster, from Covent Garden to Paddington via Soho/Mayfair/Fitzrovia and Marylebone.

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We are currently running the following walks:

* lunchtime walks on the First Tuesday of every month from now until November 2016.

* a First World War walk starting the first weekend of July, and then running to mid November.

* a Royal Westminster walk to celebrate Her Majesty's 90th Birthday on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays until 28 August.

See latest news section for more information.

Also you can go on a Westminster walk, by using our Contact a Guide section.

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GREEN PLAQUES LIST

We now have a list of all the commemorative green plaques in Westminster. Download them here

With a City of Westminster Guide, you can explore, experience and enjoy all of the history that this vibrant borough can offer.With a City of Westminster Guide, you can explore, experience and enjoy all of the history that this vibrant borough can offer.
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Latest news

Royal Westminster walk

Celebrate HM The Queen's 90th birthday with a walk in Westminster

Join City of Westminster official qualified guides on a walk which celebrates The Queen's 90th birthday and her record-breaking reign of over 64 years.... Read more »

 
Lunchtime Walks starting at Westminster Cathedral

Lunchtime walks in Victoria

First Tuesday of the month (now until November 2016)

Six different walks by qualified City of Westminster guides.... Read more »

 

Remembering the Battle of the Somme

Join expert guides from The City of Westminster Guide Lecturers Association

Westminster may not seem the place to remember the Somme. But from the Civil Service Rifles training in the courtyard of Somerset House, to the ambulances carrying the wounded out of Charing Cross station, to the corridors of Whitehall, there are echoes of the battle everywhere.... Read more »