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London Audio Chapters

Take a guide around London with one of our Audio Guides

Use the map to find selected individual chapters of StrollOn's MP3 Audio Guides of London.
The Yellow area is the West End
The Red area is the City of London
The Blue area is Westminster
The Green area is the South Bank

Clicking on the map will take you to a page listing the individual chapters by region.

The links directly below the map take you to pages featuring specific selected chapters
about CHURCHES, MUSEUMS and THEATRES


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Audio Chapters of London

All City of London

Billingsgate Market

Stand by the Roman harbour.

The Bank of England

Cash and crises for 350 years.

The Guildhall

The Hall where the Guilds ruled London in Shakesepare's time.

Jamaica Wine House

Georgian food and Elizabethan espressos.

Leadenhall Market

Shops for the Romans and for Harry Potter

St Mary-le-Bow Church

A lovely Wren Church

The Monument

The story of how a baker destroyed a city.

St Paul’s Cathedral

The dome of St Paul’s dominates the City

The south bank of the City

Shakespeare’s theatreland

Tower Bridge

The bridge that opens

Tower of London

A castle, a prison and a place of execution.

All South Bank

Borough Market

The best food market in London

London Eye

The wheel on the river

Royal Festival Hall

The South Bank main concert venue

The Globe Theatre

Shakespeare’s theatre

Millennium Bridge

The shaking bridge between the South and North.

Southwark Cathedral

Shakespeare's cathedral on the banks of the Thames.

Tate Modern

London’s largest collection of modern art

River Thames

Stories about Old Father Thames.

All West End

Carnaby Street

Shops, Beatles, bands and the swinging sixties.

Chandos Place

The haunt of highwaymen

China Town

Food and entertainment from the East.

Covent Garden

Shops, jugglers, coffee and the first bordellos.

Frith Street in Soho

A taste of Soho

Leicester Square

The centre of Theatreland

Moss Bros

Where did you get that suit sir? The history of hiring.

Royal Opera House

One of the finest opera houses in the world

The statue of Oscar Wilde

A smiling Irishman

St Paul’s Church Covent Garden

The superstars of entertainment standing in a garden.

Raymond Revue Bar

The titillating Soho nightclub

Soho Square

A peaceful square in the West End

Theatre Royal Drury Lane

The oldest theatre in London

All Westminster

Westminster Abbey

The ancient church for Kings and Queen

The Banqueting House

Built for the banquets and for the execution of the fallen king.

Big Ben

Have you seen a clock tower, a clock and a boxer all in one?

Buckingham Palace

The Queen’s Palace

Cabinet War Rooms

Where Churchill ran the War

The National Gallery

One of the great art collections of the world

St James’s Park

A park with a lake in the middle of London

St James’s Palace

The palace on the park

St Martin-in-the-Fields

Music, brass rubbings and a café

Trafalgar Square

Trafalgar Square the heart of London

Victoria Tower, Palace of Westminster

The Queen’s entrance into Parliament.

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