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Join us for a guided walk in London; you need to book beforehand.

The two hour walk takes in the sights of Regent’s Canal, King’s Cross, Granary Square and Camden.

The walk is organised by IWA Towpath Walks Society.

The meeting point for this guided walk is at King’s Cross tube station (meet by Taxi Queue sign, next to outdoor Pret a Manger)

 

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Event Dates

Sunday 21st January 2024

Location

Central London

Access for all

Regent’s Canal, King’s Cross, Granary Square & Camden

Join us for a guided walk in London; you need to book beforehand.

The two hour walk takes in the sights of Regent’s Canal, King’s Cross, Granary Square and Camden.

The walk is organised by IWA Towpath Walks Society.

The meeting point for this guided walk is at King’s Cross tube station (meet by Taxi Queue sign, next to outdoor Pret a Manger)

 

Details

Time

2:30pm

Book your place

Prior booking is strongly recommended – please contact London Walks:

Tel: 020 7624 3978 or email london@walks.com

Ticket Type Price
Regular rate £15
Concessionary rate £10
Children aged 8–15 (with adult) £5
Children under 8 (with adult) Free

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Location

Central London

Kings Cross Station, London, UK

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