Alice Trickey

Alice Trickey

Regional Qualification(s):

London

Language(s):

English

Phone Number(s):

07979 900840

Email:

alice.trickey36@gmail.com

Introduction:

*Winner of the Institute of Tourist Guiding's award for St Paul's Cathedral*

I love London!

I love its vitality and variety. From its leafy landscapes to its packed streets lined with landmarks, from history and culture, to fine food and great entertainment, London is a city with something for everyone.

Let me help you discover this amazing city! As a Blue Badge Guide, I have the incredible privilege of being able to share London and my enthusiasm and expertise with others. So whatever your interest, schedule, whether you're an individual, family or group, I can create programmes tailored to suit your needs.

London has a compelling history. With my passion for the past, let me take you on a bespoke tour of one of it's many historic sites, such as the Tower of London, Westminster Abbey, St Paul's Cathedral or one of the royal Palaces. London has a wealth of museums and galleries; let me show you the treasures of the British Museum or the National Gallery. Alternatively, we can head off the beaten track and explore London's hidden gems. With my insider knowledge, I can show you what makes London the living, breathing city it is today.

If you'd like to explore the wider UK, let me take you on a journey. Whether you're looking to visit Windsor, Stonehenge, Salisbury, Kent and Canterbury, Oxford, the Cotswolds, Stratford upon Avon or Bath, I can offer you a unique insight into this country's rich heritage.

An informative, entertaining and enthusiastic guide, let me bring the story of London and Britain to life!

Personal Interests:

History (particularly the English Civil War), William Shakespeare, Castles, Country Houses and Tea

Special Interests:

Walking Tours

Offer a variety of specialist walking tours, including
- Shakespeare's London
- The Great Fire, 1666
- The World Turned Upside Down- the English Civil War
- Sugar and Slavery
- Tea Tours
- Literary London
- Green Spaces

London Areas in Depth

- City of London
- Westminster
- South Bank
- Greenwich
- Bloomsbury
- Shoreditch
- Clerkenwell
- Kensington and Chelsea
- Docklands

History & Prehistory

- British History
- Romans
- Saxons, Vikings and Normans
- Medieval
- Wars of the Roses
- Tudors
- English Civil War
- Stuarts
- Georgians
- Victorians
- Suffragettes
- World War One and World War Two

Castles & Palaces

- Tower of London
- Windsor Castle
- Hampton Court Palace
- Kensington Palace
- Banqueting House
- Kew Palace

Museums

- British Museum
- V&A
- Museum of London
- Museum of London Docklands
- London Transport Museum
- Churchill War Rooms
- National Maritime Museum
- Wallace Collection
- British Library

Galleries

- The National Gallery
- The National Portrait Gallery
- Tate Britain
- Tate Modern

Royalty

- Changing of the Guard
- Explore Royal London- Buckingham Palace, St James's Palace
- Royal Parks

Stately Homes & Country Houses

- Hever Castle
- Leeds Castle
- Blenheim Palace
- Kenwood House
- National Trust Properties

Literature

- William Shakespeare
- Jane Austen
- Charles Dickens
- Sherlock Holmes
- Harry Potter

Theatre

- William Shakespeare
- Shakespeare's Globe
- West End

Food & Drink

- Tea Tours
- Coffee Houses
- Afternoon Tea

Regional Tours

- Stonehenge
- Salisbury
- Windsor
- Kent and Canterbury
- Oxford
- Stratford upon Avon
- Bath
- Cotswolds

Driver Guide:

No