Temple Bar Walks

Celebrating architecture in the City of London to a wide audience through a regular programme of talks and walks.

Temple Bar Walks

Temple Bar hosts a regular programme of talks about architecture in the City of London aimed at visitors, the City community, young people as well as built environment professionals . These include regular walks with City Guides about the history of the Square Mile, modern architecture walks, as well as lectures and schools’ visits. With the City annually attracting 6.59 million visitors with 1.5 million people visiting St Paul’s Cathedral, Temple Bar is once again the ‘Gateway to the City’ by introducing visitors to its architectural heritage, to the Wren Churches and the Livery Halls, as well as its modern architecture.

Overall – excellent lecture – the graphics and photographs which were also excellent

Previous attendee of Pat Langford Walk/Talk

Engaging speaker with a wealth of knowledge and a delivery that made you feel you were being talked to rather than lectured at. Really good .

Previous attendee of Alison Woolard Walk/Talk

Forthcoming Walks

Previous Talks & Walks

EDUCATION

The Trust hosts a regular programme of talks about architecture in the City aimed at a general audience and young people.