Mary Shelley & St Pancras walking tour
Sunday 17 October and 21 November at 11am
Meet the biography of one of the greatest Londoners ever. Mary Shelley, a beautiful and brilliant young writer that, only eighteen, creates in Frankenstein a character capable to haunt our imagination for almost two centuries.
She had an extraordinary background and a revolutionary youth: in St Pancras graveyard we discover the stories and anecdotes of her life as well as the history of London in exceptional times of social and political change.
Following on the footsteps of Mary's biography we also explore the Victorian gems of the neighborhood: St Pancras Station and Hotel, Regent's Canal, Granary Square and much more.
Meeting point: 11am at Mornington Crescent underground station
Transport: Mornington Crescent is served by Northern Line underground trains
Duration: 1 hour
Distance: 0.6 mile
Cost: £10 per adult. Booking fee included, on-line pre-booking required
The walking tour ends by Kings Cross underground station
Cancellations must be made at least 1 day (24 hours) before departure. Refund not available to no shows or late comers.
The number of participants to this event is limited: to book PLEASE CLICK HERE