We are a family run business that develops and delivers walking events with a creative twist. Our walks and ‘walkshops’ (walking workshops) are mainly artist led, depending on the event you choose there will be a mix of drawing, learning and making. Our focus is to be creative using walking as the art form. Participants come and explore an area, learn something new and develop skills. Group participation is fun and stimulating and you will be part of a walking performance. ‘The art is in taking part‘ which we call ‘walking creatively‘.

We have been walking alongside artists, museums and landscape professionals and delivering walking experiences for over ten years. Let us guide you on a creative, reflective journey to experience art whilst walking. The Museum of Walking guarantees to stimulate your mind. Sign up to join one of our experiential events, by clicking on the links below.


  • Various dates and times  in August
  • Follow your nose on an olfactory walk – a Smell & Touch Safari in Greenwich
  • Airbnb Exclusive Experience
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  • Tuesday 22 August 6.15pm-8.00pm
  • Sense Safari: Follow your nose
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  • Wednesday 23 August 6.15pm-8.15pm
  • Revealing the Westbourne – a Lost river of London – with Tom Bolton
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  • Thursday 24 August 6.30pm-8.00pm
  • Sense Safari: Sounding out Greenwich
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  • Sunday 27 August – all day
  • Sound Walk Sunday
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  • Tuesday 5 September from 4.00pm-8.00pm img_7296
  • First Monday: Sound Salon – Town Hall & The Cricketers, Brigthon
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  • Wednesday 20 September 6.15pm to 8.15pm
  • Fitzrovia – Bloomsbury
  • Exploring the Urban Forest with Paul Wood
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  • Wednesday 27 September 6.15pm-8.15pm
  • Camden Town: Dreams of Another London
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If you would like us to develop a walking event tailored to your needs read more here about our pricing, or if you would like to collaborate in developing one, then please read more here and contact us just send us an e mail to talkingwalking [at] museumofwalking.org.uk


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