Dulwich Village

A walking tour of the historic district of Dulwich

London 1 day 18 stops 5.2 hours All Season 1600


Dulwich is a historic district of south London located just 5 miles from the centre of the capital. Although still called a 'village' and retaining much of its Georgian charm, it's traditional village centre is now surrounded by neighbouring districts and is a built up area of London. The area is famous for its Picture Gallery and private schools, including Dulwich College, but has many other interesting spots and green spaces to make it worth while visiting, This guided walk gives an insight to the history and attractions of the area, as well as some recommendations for food and drink.

       Dulwich is home to the world's first purpose-built art gallery and a stunning collection of Georgian architecture.


North Dulwich station - start

Traditional finger post

Old Burial Ground

Site of the old village stocks

Crown & Greyhound pub

Georgian cottages

Webster memorial fountain

Old Grammar School

Edward Alleyn sculpture

Christ's Chapel

Dulwich Park

Pickwick Cottage

Dulwich Picture Gallery

K2 red telephone box

Lovers' Walk

Belair House

River Effra (part of)

West Dulwich - finish

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