The Quaint Village of Hampstead and its Wild Heath

How about starting the new year with an afternoon stroll in London’s literary village and a ramble on Hampstead Heath, a wild park of woodland and meadow that inspired C.S. Lewis to write The Chronicles of Narnia and where Constable spent his final years painting ?

This walk is a lovely combination of peaceful streets of chocolate box-like Hampstead Village and the endless green spaces of the Heath.

The village and the heath have inspired writers, poets, musicians and film makers. Join us, hear their stories and enjoy the walk!

There will be a short break for a cup of tea and cake.

We will be meeting outside Hampstead Tube Station at 13.00

The price includes guided walk, led by a London Blue Badge Tourist Guide

What to wear: walking shoes or boots

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Kenwood House on Hampstead Heath

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