Open Tours – From £20 per person

Joining one of my monthly open tours is a fun and easy way to explore London’s art and architecture, with a wide choice of venues from the V&A to up-and-coming design districts. You just need to sign up for my newsletter to receive the invitation.

Private Tours – From £200 for up to 10 people

Ideal for corporate events, business trips and family gatherings, private tours can be tailored to your exact requirements, offering the ultimate freedom and flexibility. Simply let me know your needs and I will create an individual tour itinerary for you. I can also suggest nearby cafes and restaurants to complete a memorable experience.

If you have any questions or would like to book a tour, please email us info@annikahallguides.com and we’ll get in touch with you as soon as we can.

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Albertopolis – a vision of Prince Albert

Prince Albert had a grand vision for the area of South Kensington. The idea was that it would be a centre for culture and education. […]


An excursion to Greenwich

Half an hour’s boat journey from central London and closely associated with Greenwich Mean Time and the Royal Observatory and a perfect outing with plenty […]


Apsley House

The house is a treasure trove filled with history related to the Duke of Wellington, and surprisingly even has pieces of Sèvres porcelain from Napoleon’s divorce gift to […]


Bankside Walk

This is a walk in the area called Bankside. Here we will see interesting new architecture such as Tate Modern’s Switch House contrasted with the […]


Barnes Village Walk

Barnes has a genuine village atmosphere with a church dating back to 12C and had a Tudor manor house called Barn Elms House where Queen […]


British Museum

The British Museum features some of history’s greatest treasures such as the Egyptian mummies. Many of the objects on display have been key to understanding […]


Hackney Wick

The East End based Hackney Wick is a vibrant area full of old factories some of them turned into artist studios, small breweries and a […]


Kenwood House

The famous C18th architect Robert Adam was asked to glorify an early C17th country house off Hampstead Heath. The result is an elegant, neo-classical villa […]


Kings Cross

The Kings Cross area seems to really have come alive. From having been a seedy ‘no-go’ part of London it is now an interesting mix […]


Leighton House, Home of a Victorian Artist

The Kensington home of Victorian artist Lord Frederic Leighton has many links with the V&A, and to point these out this tour will consist of two parts. The […]