The guides are all experts in the City with a rich and varied mix of professional backgrounds. They will provide entertaining insights into the history, architecture, planning and people that make this area of the City so interesting. Participants will be able to ask questions along the way.
All events start at 17:30 UK time and will last between 1 and 1.5 hours and will be hosted on Zoom.
A Stroll Along Fleet Street with City Guide, Marilyn Greene
Walking from the site of the original Temple Bar in Fleet Street, we will discuss its original function and its removal. Continuing up Fleet Street and Ludgate Hill, we will admire some of the monuments, buildings and Churches which makes this route so historic and will conclude at the new site for Temple Bar in Paternoster Square.
Marilyn Greene is a museum curator and educator. She was curator of Hampstead Museum, Burgh House from 1998-2006 and worked in the learning department of the Victoria and Albert Museum from 2000-2013 and more recently at London Transport Museum. She has been guiding locally for many years on history, art and architectural themes and qualified as a City guide in 2015. She particularly enjoys talking about the architecture and landscaping of the City. Marilyn leads student teaching tours; tours for locals and tourists, and virtual tours and is member of the co-operative guiding company Footprints of London.
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