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Join actors, musicians, and Dr Matthew Green for an immersive guided walking tour of London’s original – and best – coffeehouses. From Cornhill’s labyrinth of medieval streets to the gleaming steps of St Paul’s Cathedral, witness how the ‘bitter...more
St. Michael's Alley | Cornhill, London EC3V 9DS, England
Attended this tour today with my family. (Family aged from 14 to mid-seventies!). All really enjoyed it. Matt is a great story-teller, bringing history to life. Looking forward to attending some of his other tours.
It was the best historic tour of London history and coffee history we have ever been on. Dr Green was a mind of knowledge and portrayed it such a fantastic way that the time just flew. We must have walked a fair distance with out...More
This was an exceptional tour, and Matthew Green, Oxford Ph.D, was an amazing guide. He has such a wealth of knowledge of his city as well as the role that drinks have played in the development of London. From coffee to chocolate to ale, wine,...More
Dr. Matthew Green, author of London: A Travel Guide Through Time, is an intelligent and charming Oxford-educated PhD who clearly loves his city. My colleague and I arranged a private, combined coffeehouse and Fleet Street walking tour and were absolutely enchanted by the walk, the...More
Wouldn’t wish to deprive the groves of academe of the uniquely talented Dr Matthew Green, but couldn’t help thinking as he led us like the Pied Piper through the lanes and alleys of the ‘City’ last Saturday that our Parliament really needs people like him:...More
We did the coffee house tour with a group of friends from work. We all work for a company that traces its roots back to the coffee houses of the 1700s so we had a very personal journey from the start of the coffee revlution...More
A walk around the City of London understanding the history of how coffee first came to the UK and the establishment of the first coffee houses back in the 1700s. Sounds interesting enough, but when you are escorted by someone who knows how to relate...More