For groups of ten or more, we offer walking tours around the area on many topics that touch the life of the Cathedral across the last one thousand years
Led by our experienced and knowledgeable Cathedral Guides, this is an opportunity to explore Southwark at a leisurely pace, including stops and visits at sites of interest. Group leaders may wish to combine a tour of the Cathedral with an escorted walk in the surrounding area.
We have five walking tours on offer. Click on the links below to find out more about them.
- Shakespeare in Southwark Walk
- Historic Bankside Walk
- Borough High Street Walk – A Travellers’ tale
- Medical Practices in Southwark Walk (including a visit to the chapel at Guy’s Hospital)
- Dickens in Southwark Walk (including a visit to St George the Martyr)
Walking Tour (Shakespeare/Bankside/Borough) £8.00
Walking Tour (Medical/Dickens) £9.00
Cathedral Tour + Escorted Walk with a Cathedral Guide £14.00
All prices are inclusive of VAT.
*To qualify for these rates, the minimum number of people per group is 10. The maximum number per group is 53 people.
We are willing to consider group visits 7 days per week however these will be subject to services and other activities taking place.
Alternatively, please download the booking form here and send it as an email attachment.
Payment for tours can be made in one of the following ways:
- Cash payable on the day in the shop. A receipt will be issued.
- Cheque payable either in advance, on receipt of a VAT invoice, or on the day, for which a receipt will be issued. Cheques should be made payable to Southwark Cathedral Enterprises Limited
- Company Voucher for subsequent invoicing and payment.
Group organizers or external guides wishing to arrange a familiarisation visit are most welcome.
For more information, to request a group brochure or make a booking, please email our Visits & Tours Officer or telephone on 020 7367 6734.
Alternatively, please download our booking form here and send it as an email attachment.
All profits generated by Group Visits are used to help maintain the ministry and fabric of Southwark Cathedral.