Camden Walking Tours 2018
Tours begin at Euston Station or Chancery Lane Station.
£8.00 per person, £7.00 for concessions (60+); £6.00 for The Postal Museum Members. Free for accompanied children under 12 years old.
Join an accredited Camden Guide for walking tours through 350 years of London Postal History. Both walks look at the major changes in the Post Office history – from transport innovations like the Mail Coach, the Railway, and the Mail Rail service; to key reformers such as John Palmer, Sir Rowland Hill, and Anthony Trollope.
No need to book – just turn up at the meeting point at 11.00 on the relevant date and the meet the guide, who will be wearing a guide badge. Walks last under 2 hours and will end at The Postal Museum.
Both walks are around 1 mile in length and step-free. Walks run in all weathers, except when the Met Office has issued a red warning for extreme conditions in the region.
From Mail to Rail
Euston to The Postal Museum
Meeting point: Next to the Robert Stephenson statue in front of Euston Station
- Saturday 10 November
From Tudors to Telegraphy
Chancery Lane to The Postal Museum
Meeting point: By Exit 2 of Chancery Lane Underground Station, on the North side of High Holborn
- Saturday 13 October
- Saturday 8 December
With the Camden Tour Guides Association