Forthcoming Online Tours

Our tours are delivered via Zoom to your device (computer, tablet, mobile phone). Evening tours are 45-60 minutes, plus time for your questions afterwards, and tickets for these are just £10 (+ booking fee) per device/household (i.e. if there are two or more of you watching the same screen, you only need buy one ticket).

You can book direct from the listings below, or just visit our Eventbrite page. We’ve also got a calendar view if you want to see all the month’s events on one sheet.

We’re also more than happy to do private talks – so if you want to arrange something for friends, family, work colleagues, a group or society you belong to, just drop us a line to find out more about virtual or real-life tours and talks that we can do.

UKToursOnline Season Ticket

If you want to book multiple talks (or buy extra tickets for friends and family) why not get a Season Ticket? You can then get five events for the price of just four (and there’s no Eventbrite booking fee) so you save over 30% – just click on the ‘pay with paypal’ button to the right (you can use credit or debit cards, or paypal, in the checkout)

Buy here – five talks for the price of four

After purchase, we’ll send you a promo code that you can use to book the talks you want.

£40.00

And don’t forget our Gift Certificates – the ideal present for anyone to make their choice of our tours. Available in any units – find out more here.


Sunday 5 December 6pm (London time)

Welcome to Bath

YOUR GUIDE: Rachel Pearson

Discover the City of Bath – UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most beautiful cities in England.

Rachel was great… very knowledgeable and interesting. I learned a lot and can’t wait to visit “

Bath’s stunning honey-coloured Georgian architecture is straight from Jane Austen, and its history goes back to the Romans and beyond.

Do you want to know what makes it so unique, and who the people were who helped shape the city that we see today? Then come on this virtual tour with Rachel Pearson and discover a place full of surprises, culture and stories.


Wednesday 8 December 7pm (London time)

Westminster: City of Power and Glory

YOUR GUIDE: Don Brown

Join Don for this online tour as we walk (virtually) through Westminster, taking in the palaces, the abbey and government as we go.

The City of Westminster is home to royal palaces, the national church of Westminster Abbey, the Houses of Parliament, Downing Street, monuments to famous Britons (and others), Royal Parks and much more.

This the classic London walk is enhanced by being online as we can look inside the palaces and parliament, and get up close to the famous door at 10 Downing Street.


Tuesday 14 December 7pm (London time)

Ten Architects Who Built London

YOUR GUIDE: Don Brown

Discover some of the great buildings of London and the architects who designed them in this 60 minute zoom tour of the capital.

This highly-illustrated tour of the capital will take us across the city to find out more about its ‘signature’ buildings and the architects behind them.

We’ll meet ten of the most significant of London’s architects who between them built the cathedrals, churches, houses, offices, bridges, public buildings and stations that are instantly recognisable as ‘London’.


Saturday 18 December 7pm (London time)

NEW The Second Great Fire of London: A Wartime Conflagration

YOUR GUIDE: Mike Armitage

Discover the story of an air raid that ravaged one of London’s most historic quarters on a Sunday evening just after Christmas.

London had endured nightly bombing raids for over two months. On Sunday 29th December, the City of London was subjected to an incendiary bomb attack lasting over three hours. When the All Clear siren sounded over 400 high explosive bombs and 22,000 incendiary bombs had been dropped by the Luftwaffe that had devastated the financial district.

This virtual tour by Mike Armitage will look at the impact of this raid, the fire and at the traces and damage that is still visible today. We shall hear stories of historic buildings destroyed and the miraculous survival of St Paul’s Cathedral in the midst of all the destruction, as well as paying tribute to the surprisingly small number of people killed.


Wednesday 22 December 6pm (London Time)

10 things you didn’t know about London’s Southbank

YOUR GUIDE Rachel Pearson

Come and explore the richly vibrant Southbank area of London and unearth ten facts you almost certainly won’t have come across before!

Today this part of London boasts a thriving market, a cathedral, the tallest building in the UK and a WW2 battleship. There are connections to John Harvard and Sir Francis Drake, not to mention William Shakespeare. In this UK Tours Online talk, you’ll get to know this colourful part of London and will go away with ten titbits you will long to tell your friends.


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