Historic London Walks

Many of the places featured in When London Was Capital of America are still there today, and would be easily recognized by the colonial Americans whose stories are told in the book. Watch this space for unusual walks of Georgian London that take today's visitor to lesser-known parts of the historic city.

Following Unexpected Colonial Footprints

A walk from the Benjamin Franklin House near Trafalgar Square to St Paul's Cathedral re-visits the London the Founding Fathers knew.

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The line starts here for centuries of royals-watchers

London's Royal Parks have been a popular place for American royal-watchers since the eighteenth century.

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What Dr Johnson Knew

Julie Flavell takes you on a unique walk of Georgian London's Fleet Street in the days when southern American visitors were bringing a mixed race look to the neighborhood.

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