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St Paul's Cathedral in London. Photo Credit: © Ursula Petula Barzey.

Some Favourites From St. Paul’s Cathedral in London

St. Paul’s Cathedral is one of London’s most famous landmarks, its majestic dome visible from many parts of the capital. This architectural masterpiece – a symbol of London’s strength and resilience – and has been the site of many historic occasions, including royal weddings and state funerals. It is a working church and a place for quiet reflection, but there are also many wonderful things to see inside on a visit. Blue Badge Tourist guide Patricia Gentry shares just a few of her favourites below.

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Pablo Fanque, the first black circus proprietor in Britain at Astley's Amphitheatre in 1847. Photo Credit: © Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons.

Celebrating Black History Month in Britain With Circus Stories

October is Black History Month in Britain. It is a great opportunity for everyone to learn more about people, places and objects that help tell the story of the Black presence in Britain – those whose names are not well known, and events that included people from Africa and the Caribbean who can help to inform the narratives of British history.

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Partial view of Trafalgar Square and National Gallery in London. Photo Credit: © Ursula Petula Barzey.

Public Walking & Virtual Tours By London’s Blue Badge Tourist Guides

In addition to offering customized private tours, many London Blue Badge Tourist Guides also conduct regular walking tours and virtual tours for groups. Joining a group tour can be a fun and affordable way to take in the sights. For locals, a walk with a knowledgeable and passionate Blue Badge Tourist Guide can reveal fun facts and hidden gems you may not have been aware of.

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