Virtual Tours

"Life is too important to be taken seriously" Oscar Wilde

Virtual Tours conducted on Zoom with google maps, videos and beautiful pictures

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Literary & Artistic Chelsea: Walking on the Dark Side

Come on my Virtual Zoom Tour of Chelsea. Find out the story of the real Peter Pan, hear about the artistic and literary rivalries, learn about the life of Three Men in a Boat author Jerome K Jerome ... and the inspiration behind Bram Stoker's abominable Count Dracula.

Mayfair Virtual Tour

Let's meet for a Virtual Zoom Tour of elegant Mayfair. 

This tour tells tales of great foppery and foolishness. In the 18th century many a gentleman lost his fortune in the gambling houses.

I will be focusing mainly on these fops and dandies of that time, particularly the dashing Beau Brummell and cool Count D'Orsay. I will also talk about the clubs of today, some of which keep carefully guarded secrets!

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Want to organize your own custom tour? Get in touch with me today.

All photos © Clarissa Skinner

 

Virtual Tours

"We are here, not because we are law-breakers; we are here in our efforts to become law-makers"
Emmeline Pankhurst

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The City of Westminster

Come on my Virtual Zoom Tour of Westminster. On this tour we will look at pageantry and politics. We will see and hear the tales of strong, fearless women and see the many royal palaces that reveal tales of royal anguish, heartache and even regicide.

The City of London Coming Soon...

Join me on a Virtual Zoom Tour of the ancient City of London. Delve into the streets that Dr Samuel Johnson knew and loved, the author of the first English Dictionary.

Here in the City there is such an enormous diversity in architecture where the old meets the new. We begin in Roman times, nearly 2000 years ago, through to the Great Fire of London of 1666 and on to experience modern architectural giants such as Norman Foster and Richard Rogers.

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Want to organize your own custom tour? Get in touch with me today.

All photos © Clarissa Skinner