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Highlights

  • Learn about Viv’s long and personal connection to Covent Garden.
  • Gaze at the house that Dickens lived and worked in.
  • Discover the ghostly history of the area.
  • Explore the hidden streets and alleys not seen by most tourists!
  • See the oldest restaurant in London.
  • Learn about the trial of Oscar Wilde.

What to Expect

Your Guide:
Hello, my name is Viv. I originally come from Norway. I have lived in London since 1975 and in that time have lived in Notting Hill Gate, Harlsden, Ealing, Putney, Camden, Holborn, New Cross, and Greenwich to name a few places!

I became homeless 16 years ago after...


What is included

  • Fluent English, Norwegian, Swedish, Danish.
  • Local expert tour guide.
  • Learn about Viv's personal experience of homelessness in London.

What to bring

  • A camera to capture your memories.
  • Comfortable walking shoes.

About your Localist

Albert

We are a Social Enterprise working with homeless, ex-homeless and vulnerably housed Londoners.


Language

  • English


$ 18 p.p.
 
 
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Funds are not sent to the Localist until after the activity has been completed, so you do not have to worry about your money disappearing.

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