St. Paul’s to Westminster Abbey: A Stroll Between London’s Two Greatest Churches

Online Walking Tour

St Paul’s Cathedral and Westminster Abbey are two of London’s most iconic landmarks. For nearly a thousand years, people have beaten the same path from one to another, making the route between them as rich in history as the buildings themselves. Our modern-day route will take us along Ludgate Hill, Fleet Street, Strand, Whitehall and Parliament Street, and while the names may have changed, the route is the same as when it was first traversed all those years ago.

Join Royal Oak and London guide Mark Rowland for a virtual stroll along one of London’s most ancient thoroughfares to hear stories of politics and palaces, rebellion and retributions, justice and the law, grand architectural schemes, and the first steps towards standardising the English language and communicating it to the masses.

West Front from Cent Hall 300 (TM) Westminster Abbey


Thursday, October 21 | 2:00 p.m. EDT

Online via Zoom Webinar

$30 Royal Oak Members; $35 non-members

Register for Live


Between Friday, October 22 to Sunday, October 24

Rent the recorded tour to watch at your leisure

$30 Royal Oak Members; $35 non-members

Register to Rent

The Zoom video link will be sent to you on Friday, October 22 by noon (eastern).
The rental of the tour will be hosted on the Zoom website and only available for streaming until Sunday, October 24 at 11:59 p.m. (eastern). The video will not be available after that date and time. It cannot be downloaded.