Looking for ideas on things to do in London but do not want to spend a fortune? Books on London have the answer. Our series of books provide comprehensive guides for things to see and do in London. Not only will these open your eyes to the secrets of the capital, but these activities are relatively free!
Kids love ghosts and ghouls so why not try Walking Haunted London? From Deadman’s Walk and the Screaming Wood to Dick Turpin and Jack the Ripper, professional tour guide and inveterate ghost hunter Richard Jones leaves no haunted house or lost soul unmentioned. Join him on a truly hair-raising journey through shadowed alleyways, sleepy pubs and the darkest recesses of London’s historic homes – if you dare!
What you may not know is that there are many secrets above and below ground in London that not many people know about. With Secret London together with Andrew Duncan you and your kids can have your own Indiana Jones style adventures to uncover parts of the capital that even born and bred Londoners may never have seen. Below ground, discover an extraordinary honeycomb of structures – from the government’s vast system of offices and tunnels under Whitehall and through abandoned Underground stations to Clerkenwell’s amazing network of subterranean prison cells. Above ground, he leads the way through narrow alleyways and cobbled mews, revealing unexpected treasures and describing rarely seen interiors and special collections.
Plus there are many more ideas from Books on London for walks around the capital to discover Londons parks and gardens to Londons waterways and each one has local information, descriptions of the routes and beautiful colour photographs.
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