Discover 3000 years of London's queer history in our 7km jogging tour.
Book your own private guide at a time and speed that suits you
The London's Pride jogging tour explores 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.
Journey from the Roman settlement of Londinium to modern-day Soho, learning about the surprising customs of Celtic warriors, the illicit love of a 14th century King, and the legendary antics of Long Meg, London’s first cross-dressing brothel owner.
This is a ‘no-glory-holes-barred’ look at the tops and bottoms of London’s queer history, and everyone is welcome.
£2 of every ticket will be donated to the Albert Kennedy Trust, supporting homeless LGBT young people.
WHERE IS IT?
7 km /
1.5 to 2 hrs
Check out our speed guide below
NO BAG DROP
So pack light!
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...
Prices (per person)
1 person ....£65
2 people ....£45
3 people ....£38
4 people ....£32
For groups of 6+, please contact us.
Moll Cutpurse (aka Mary Frith) was a cross-dressing, sword-bearing pick-pocket who became infamous in early 17th Century London for breaking the law and traditional gender codes.
Rumour has it that in 1611 she was brought on stage to be publicly punished in the presence of a priest, and she turned the event into a spectacular show, winning the audience over.
Tale from the Tour
We can't wait to give you a guided running tour.
Book at a time that suits you, and we'll be in touch to arrange the details, including the speed you want to go.
Meet your guide
Henry is a resident Londoner, who loves exploring the city's queer history.
He has a Guinness World Record for running the length of the UK, so who better to take you jogging round the gay old sites?
He's really friendly too...
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