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Alexandra Epps is an official guide to the City of London. Art in the City walks explore many different aspects of the arts of the City and are available for groups, societies, organisations, clubs, first time visitors, residents, workers, students, children, family groups and friends.



Art in the City walks explore many different aspects of the arts.

Some example walks are listed below but there are plenty more on offer with new themes being added all the time.

Bespoke themes also available.

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Public walks

  • 90 minutes to 2 hours

These walks do not run to a regular schedule so click here to see if any scheduled walks are coming up or join the Art in the City mailing list for regular updates on any future events.

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Private walks

  • bookings by arrangement
  • 90 minutes to 2 hours
  • half or whole day
  • daytime or early evening
  • can be combined with talks or
    gallery visits

Gallery on the Street

Discover the wealth of modern and

contemporary public art in the unique

square mile of the City of London -

creations ranging from the hand crafted

to the high tech. The artists; their

techniques, lives and influences plus the

history of the fascinating streets where

their work can be found.

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Art of Light

The magical qualities of stained glass windows in the historic churches of the City of London - windows both old and modern created by a series of remarkable artists and craftsmen in a variety of styles. Experience their symbolism, spiritual dimensions and above all radiant visual beauty.

Unity of the Arts

The unique relationship between sculptor and architect at the turn of the twentieth century led to the creation of many remarkable friezes, facades and reliefs on statement buildings in the City of London. Arts and Crafts, Beaux Arts, Edwardian Baroque and the arrival of the Modern movement.

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Art on the River

A fascinating stroll along the vibrant South
Bank of the River Thames. Experience the
wealth of intriguing post-war public art,
landmark iconic architecture and dynamic
views of the river - the lifeblood of London.

City of Angels

From seraphim and cherubim to archangels and fallen angels these celestial heralds have long captured hearts and imaginations. Discover angels as memorials, monuments, public art and more - all hidden within the beautiful churches, secret gardens and historic streets of the City of London.


Art meets Architecture

As part of ‘Sculpture in the City’, the City

of London’s inventive annual open-air arts

exhibition, discover art installations from

some of the world’s most high-profile
 artists all sited among many of the iconic

architectural landmarks. An urban

sculpture park in the heart of the City!

Broadgate Art

Experience an impressive mix of public art by acclaimed British and international artists set among the eclectic architecture of the Broadgate development. Discover a range of intriguing yet inspiring creations - anything from the monumental to the intimate.

Art of the Chapel
Art of the Chapel

Art of the Chapel

Fascinating stained glass within a variety of historic chapels in and around the square mile of the City. From the ancient chapel of the Bishop of Ely’s Palace to some of the delightful chapels nestling within the atmospheric Inns of Court - discover inspiring spaces and hidden gems.

Canary Wharf Art

Explore one of the largest collections of public art in the country created by some of the most inspired artists and designers of today. All sited within the landscaped parks, plazas and walkways of Canary Wharf. Including the welcome return to the East End of ‘Old Flo’ Henry Moore’s iconic Draped Seated Woman.

Canary Wharf Art
Canary Wharf Art