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Take a child-friendly Fire of London walk led by an expert Blue Badge guide.
Explore hidden alleyways, sing songs in a ruined churchyard, admire St Paul’s Cathedral and see the remains of the old City wall. Skilled Blue Badge tourist guides will entertain and inform, achieving key learning objectives, while encouraging questioning and discussion which extends learning well beyond the curriculum.
You’ll never look at the city in quite the same way!
Combined with a visit to the War, Plague & Fire gallery this walk (which starts and finishes at the museum) makes a perfect day out.
£165 for one class
75 minute walk, plus 60 minute self-directed War, Plague & Fire gallery visit
To request to book these sessions, please use the online booking request form. A guide will contact you to confirm details.
For further information about Blue Badge Guides, visit the British Guild of Tourist Guides website (opens in a new tab).
Help with visit costs
Are you a London school? You might be eligible for money to cover transport and visit costs! Find out more on the Culture Mile School Visits Fund website (external link, opens in a new tab).
For visiting the museum:
Download War, Plague and Fire gallery activities (PDF 1.5mb)
For the classroom:
Visit the Fire of London website and interactive game
Handle original objects from 1666, then join in a dynamic role-play enactment of key moments in the story of the Great Fire.
A playful interactive storytelling based on little-known accounts of ordinary people’s experiences of the fire and its aftermath.
Meet Captain Cook's shipmate Isaac Smith to discover navigation and faraway lands.
Following the recent advice from the government and Public Health England surrounding COVID-19, the Museum of London and the Museum of London Docklands will be closed to the public as of Thursday 19 March.
The health and wellbeing of our visitors, staff and community are of utmost importance to us and this decision is in response to increasing concerns surrounding COVID-19.
We will continue to closely review the advice from Public Health England and monitor the current situation of COVID-19 to keep people up to date on our plans.
Please check www.museumoflondon.org.uk for updates from the museum.