This walk meanders through the Temple and Inns of Court off Fleet street. We will discover the house where noted dictionary compiler Samuel Johnson lived and also say hello to Hodge (his cat that sometimes meows if stroked gently!)
A vibrant stroll in the West end of the City that highlights both famous people and places. Oliver Cromwell, John Donne, Mahatma Ghandi and even Tony Blair are just a few who knew this area.
Lunch can be arranged in the fabulous Middle Temple Hall with the stunning hammer beamed roof, a table presented by Queen Elizabeth I and the stained glass. Built in 1570. (Prices on application).

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