A Ball of Chalk - Small Group East End Walk

Urban Saunters

Available to 31 December 9999
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London has been captivating adventurers for centuries. People inevitably marvel at the likes of Buckingham Palace and Big Ben, Tower Bridge and the London Eye.

And deservedly so; these landmarks are central to the capital’s history and modern identity.

But outside the thriving hub of central London, the East End holds a culture and heritage just as rich and intriguing.

Up for an adventure in the capital?

Instead of kings and queens, the stories of the East End focus on the everyday people of the capital: cockneys and artists, workhouse paupers, and Bengali Muslims (to name a few).

On the Ball of Chalk tour hosted by Urban Saunters, your adventure begins near Brick Lane before sweeping through backstreets and aisles, past bagel shops, and breweries – coming to an end at Shoreditch station.

You’ll be accompanied by an expert guide for the whole tour, filling you in on all the intriguing stories and fascinating past of the area.

With no worries about trying to figure out directions, you’ll have all the time in the world to admire every aspect of the East End. Take a moment to appreciate the area’s street art, wander beside historical buildings, listen to the everyday noises surrounding you.

Anyone hungry?

The tour is limited to a maximum of ten people, ensuring you gain the most from the experience. Ask your guide that burning question, strike up a conversation with the other people on the tour – you never know what you might learn.

All that walking is sure to fire up your appetite. As part of the tour, you’ll be stopping by SptialfieldsSpitalfields Market, where the selection of food from all over the world is guaranteed to leave you satisfied.

Good food, company, and a side of London as fascinating as it is culturally significant – that’s an adventure we could all do with now and again, don’t you think?

88 Whitechapel High Street,
London Borough of Tower Hamlets,
Greater London E1 7QX
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