We’re going to be in the district of London in late June and plan a day walking the area. We’re thinking Leadenhall Market, Sky Garden, the Pub called Hung Drawn&Quartered and All Hallows by the Tower. We’re both older and we’re wondering if these venues are close enough for a leisurely morning. We’ll pre-book at the Sky Garden of course.
The tour from Leadenhall ends a minute or so away from the sky gardens. The Leadenhall tour us not too much walking either. At certain places there are public benches, but it is mostly standing. There may be a few steps though (not wanting to give too much way). The pub should be a short walk, but after sitting & relaxing in the sky garden- it should not be a problem. The sky garden is slopped, there are wide stairs, and also ramps. Hope this helps.
You should be fine as all reasonable near but should you have a problem just jump on a bus or tube. Enjoy
Leadenhall Market is a great place to visit and very photogenic. It's a working place and could be busy. Next door you have the Lloyds Building which is also a very good photographic opportunity. The Gerkin is close too. It's quite an easy walk to the sky garden building but I don't know the pub you're visiting. Make sure you have a map of the area so you don't get lost and enjoy the visit
Hi yes these venues are all in the city of London and within walking distance and you can take your time. Leadenhall Market may not be fully open as generally this area is aimed at the people who work there during the week but it is still nice to look at this Victorian market area.
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