Discover 3000 years of London's queer history in our 7km jogging tour.
For Groups & Private Bookings
Explore 3000 years of queer lives over a 7km jog, stopping at key places along the way to hear stories of secret love, public punishment, gender non-conformity and civil rights progress.
This is a ‘no-glory-holes-barred’ look at the tops and bottoms of London’s queer history, and all runners are welcome.
£2 of every ticket will be donated to the Albert Kennedy Trust, supporting homeless LGBT young people.
Why run with us?
We've only gone and been rated #8 out of 200 Outdoor Things to Do in London on TripAdvisor, with nearly 200 5* reviews...
WHERE IS IT?
7 km /
St Brides' Church
Check out our speed guide below
NO BAG DROP
So pack light!
Join a group tour
**EARLYBIRD: Book before 31 May, reduced price is £14**
Please choose a speed that you're comfortable with and select a ticket. Can't make these dates? Take a look private tour bookings below.
You run 5k in 35 minutes or more. We might mix some walking into the run.
Saturday 14 July 2018, 1pm
Your usual running pace is between 30 and 35 minutes for 5k.
Sunday 15 July 2018 11am
Your usual running pace is faster than a 30 minute 5k
Saturday 14 July 2018, 10am
Speeds are a rough guide to help runners stay in their comfort zone. Email with any queries.
Book a private tour
Book your own private tour at a date and time that suits you.
Price (per person):
For larger bookings please contact us using the form at the bottom of the page.
"Myself and my mum did the LGBT History tour over the bank holiday and it was fantastic! I am new to running so the 7k was a challenge but everyone was so lovely and supportive. An absolutely brilliant experience and a way to actually make running super fun and incredibly interesting!!"
Lydia Doherty, Facebook review
"Great way to see central London - especially for a relative newbie to the city! Vanessa was lovely, a good laugh and the whole group were all really friendly. Great way to spend an evening."
Dani Elle, Facebook review
"As somebody with limited knowledge of history, I found it a useful tool for improving my general British history, as well as that specifically related to LGBT culture."
Simon, Facebook review
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