Special Tours & Collaborations

As well as our  popular Women of London walking tours  ‘Women of Westminster‘ and ‘Working Women of the East End’ we also offer tours covering a range of areas of London and a variety of women through history!

Read more about the ‘Women of the National Gallery’  and the ‘Women of the National Portrait Gallery’ below.

All of our walking tours are available to book for private and corporate events, please contact us on bookings@womenoflondon.org.uk 

Women of the National Gallery

The National Gallery in London proudly hosts a collection of art from the 12th-20th centuries, and visitors from all around the world come to take in and admire the collection.

This 2.5 hour walking tour will skip past the more well known artists to highlight the female artists in the collection, their stories, struggles and how they fit into the broader history of art.

This 2 hour small group walking tour is limited to 10 people and costs £25.00 per person.

The tour will feature art and history by the following artists:

-Catharina van Hemessen
-Elisabeth Louise Vigee le Brun
-Judith Leyster
-Artemisia Gentileschi
-Berthe Morisot
and many more…

Book now to join us in celebrating the achievements of women in art.

This walking tour will start at the red telephone box outside the Sainsbury Wing of the National Gallery, opposite Canada house. 
Please arrive 10 minutes before the start of the tour to meet your guide.

Women of the National Portrait Gallery

The National Portrait Gallery has one of the most extensive collections of portraits.

Through its halls you will see the faces of Kings, Queens, Politicians, Engineers, Musicians, the list goes on.

This unique walking tour will take you to a special variety of portraits of women throughout history, reveal their stories and the power behind their portraits.

This 2 hour small group walking tour is limited to 10 people and costs £25.00 per person.

This tour will include the portraits of:

-Nell Gywnn
-Pauline Boty
-Jane Austen
-Mary Seacole
-Dorothy Hodgkin
-Mary Beale
and many more…

Book now to come face to face with incredible women throughout history.

This walking tour will meet at the Edith Cavell Memorial, which is located across the road from the entrance of the National Portrait Gallery. 

Please arrive ten minutes before the start time of the tour.