For many centuries, public executions were held on London's open spaces, the condemned held in prisons run as private businesses. Not just crimes were punished at Tyburn and West Smithfield: you could find yourself on a gallows or chained to a stake purely because your conscience clashed with the political climate.
The City of London is an ancient place, a city of life but also a city of death. There are many grim stories lurking beneath the City's surface, and this tour takes you to sites on its western side connected with death, execution, and a deadly hoax.
Please meet me outside Exit 1 (NOT the Cathedral exit) of St Paul’s underground station: look out for my blue 'Footprints of London' hi-vis waistcoat.
Concessions apply to students, the unwaged, those aged 65 and over, and children aged 6-15 (who MUST be accompanied by a paying adult); children 5 and under go free with a paying adult.
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