London in the Swinging Sixties

London was known during the 1960s as the Swinging City. Throughout one of the most iconic decades of the last century, London was a metropolis of culture that dress the eye of the world through the fashion, music and art that inspired an entire generation.

This tour we not only aim to take you around some of the most well known locations of the 60’s era, but also take you off the beaten track to places you may never heard of yet played a huge part in the history of this turbulent time. See where the Beatles played their first and last gig, where fashion was reinvented into the colourful extravaganza we know today, the hidden criminal elements, and the cities seedy underbelly.

Important Information

You will be meeting your tour guide and Carers Support Merton respresentative Debbie Kilby at 10.25am on Broadwick Street, at its junction with Carnaby Street, outside the National Magazine Company offices. For online map search the address is 72 Broadwick Street, London W1F 9EP. This is 5 minutes walk from Piccadilly Underground Station (Exit 1, Lower Regent Street East side). The tour will be departing at 10:30am sharp, unfortunately due to strict time schedules we will be unable to wait for any latecomers.


The walk is suitable for most abilities, but note on this tour some of the streets are very narrow and for this reason numbers are limited to 12.

We hope that the sun will shine (or a least the rain stays away) however, if the weather report is particularly bad the tour would will be cancelled with 48 hours’ notice.

The tour is FREE to carers but we are asking for a voluntary contribution of £2.00 which can be made below. We understand that sometimes you may be more comfortable travelling with a friend or the person you look after. Places permitting a guest may join you but they will be charged the full £10.00 ticket price.  Please contact Debbie on 0208 646 7515 if you would like a guest to join you or would like further information.

If for any reason you are unable to attend after booking please to let us know as soon as you can in order another carer can take your place.

We look forward to seeing you there - if you do have questions please do give Debbie a call on 0208 646 7515 or email [email protected]

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London Walking Tour - The Sixties 22 Nov 18

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