The first part of this day out is in Westminster Abbey, which is always crowded, but the second part of the day is outdoors, with lots to see and explore. Still a great day out.
Join Hodge, Dr Samuel Johnson's favourite cat, as Jon Bickley's sculpture comes to life and introduces you to a London statue for each letter of the alphabet.
There is even free entrance to Westminster Abbey for Step Outside groups with primary aged children!* You will see some of the statues there - and much more besides!
Let Hodge guide you from Westminster Abbey to St Paul's on buses and on foot, discovering a wealth of wonderful statues. And then finish the day on a rooftop, with a panoramic view across London.
About 4 miles, or 6.5 kilometres, with bus rides
About 6 hours with exploration and rest-your-legs time.
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Picnic and rest spots
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*Free entrance to Westminster Abbey with the Guide (normal adult entrance £18, family entrance £45). The ticket in the Guide is for one or two adults accompanied by at least one child. Valid for children up to and including 11 years