Official Guides to the City of Westminster

VIRTUAL TOURS!

Thanks to the current restrictions in place in the UK regarding coronavirus, we are pleased to announce that a number of our members are running “virtual” tours, online!

Check out some of Westminster’s greatest stories, from the comfort of your living room!

Explore the famous, infamous and surprising with us… Our members are qualified tour guides, dedicated to providing top quality tours of Westminster, London’s most famous and vibrant borough! 

Who are We?

Explore the famous, infamous and surprising with us… Our members are qualified tour guides, dedicated to providing top quality tours of Westminster, London’s most famous and vibrant borough!

What and Where is Westminster?

You can recognise our guides by their distinctive CWGLA badges. We have many varying areas of expertise, why not take a look at our Guides page to find a local expert… 

What and Where is Westminster?

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Who are our Guides?

You can recognise our guides by their distinctive CWGLA badges. We have many varying areas of expertise, why not take a look at our Guides page to find a local expert… 

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Left: Henry VIII's wine cellar in the basement of the Ministry of Defence building, with the building exterior on the right
History

Toasting Henry

Beneath the imposing grey building that houses the Ministry of Defence a Tudor gem lies hidden. Access is restricted, but one of our lucky guides

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Cruickshank Print: Credit Westminster Archives
History

A Regency Rebellion

Tread in the footsteps of the Cato Street conspirators, who on 23 February 200 years ago plotted to assassinate the prime minister and bring down

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