Top 7 London Walks

These are our Top 7 London Walks from those available on Photoroute.


One of our circular, step free London walks through the historic Westminster. See some of the most impressive monuments and buildings in the capital and enjoy a walk through St. James’ Park or take a picnic and relax on the grass. The route takes you via Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, St James’ Park, Horse Guards Parade and Downing Street. This is a truly historic and beautiful walk.

South Kensington Museums and Parks

This circular tour passes 3 of London’s most famous museums – the V&A Museum, Natural History Museum and Science Museum. See the dinosaurs in all their majesty, discover the wonders of science and see some of the UK’s most impressive collections. Enjoy one of our relaxing London walks through Hyde Park and shop in luxury at Knightsbridge’s Harrods.

Princess Diana Memorial Walk

The Diana, Princess of Wales, Memorial London Walk takes visitors through four of the most beautiful parks in the world, and within sight of famous buildings and locations associated with the Princess during her life. The seven-mile-long step free walk crosses St James’s Park, Green Park, Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens. From the walk visitors can see three palaces and two mansions which figured in the life of the Princess: Kensington Palace, Buckingham Palace, Clarence House, St James’s Palace, and Spencer House, the one time London house of the Spencer family. This is one of the most Palace packed London Walks!


This route guides you along the newly renovated Southbank with glorious views of the River Thames. Some highlights on the route include the London Eye, Globe Theatre, OXO Tower and British Film Institute. The Southbank was recently renovated by the Greater London Authority, in preparation for the games, to provide accessible and step-free London walks.

Victoria Park and the Olympic Stadium

This circular walk takes you through Victoria Park, with views of the new Olympic Stadium and a peaceful walk along Regents Canal. The walk beings and ends at Hackney Wick Overground station which is accessible for people using wheelchairs and is completely step-free. Enjoy all the majesty of the central London parks without the crowds in this relaxing walk and discover the new Olympic site.

London’s Best Loved Theatres

Another of our circular London walks takes you, from Charing Cross Mainline Station, on a tour around 16 of London’s most famous theatres all in under 1 hour. The route takes you around Leicester Square, Piccadilly Circus, Charing Cross and Covent Garden, allowing you to enjoy exploring central London and discover what our finest theatres have to offer.

Bloomsbury Museums

The last of our Top 7 London walks takes you through one of the nicest neighbourhoods in the city –Bloomsbury. The route takes you past the iconic British Museum, Brunei Gallery, SOAS, Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, British Library and the Foundling Museum. Discover centuries of world history in just one afternoon or take a break and read a classic in central London’s green spaces.