Working Women of the East End
About the tour:
The East End has been an important area throughout London’s rich history as a place of refuge, change, idealism but also of rampant crime and poverty. It’s full of stories that draw in locals and tourists alike. This walking tour aims to change the way the East End is seen, by highlighting the women involved in the area’s vibrant history. You’ll hear the stories and see the locations important to Britain’s First Feminist, Mary Wollstonecraft, as well as the East London Suffragettes, Anna Maria Garthwaite, the Match strike of 1888 and much more.
This tour is operated by Women of London, a women’s history walking tour company created by experienced tour guides. After many years of taking people on tours around London while working for other companies, the two female founders decided it was time to teach London’s history through the achievements of women. Women of London aims to show visitors and locals that women’s History can be found everywhere.
Yes, but they need to be accompanied by an adult.
Your booking confirmation, comfy shoes and something to protect you from the English weather.
Yes, please bring ID that proves your age.
This tour ends at Liverpool Street Station.
FLEXIBLE: 100% refund for cancellations made at least 48 hours in advance of the start time of the experience. Cancellations made within 48 hours of the start time of the experience will receive no refund.