Marilyn Greene

marilyn jan 2016

I am a qualified City of London Guide, a member of the City of London Guides Lecturers Association and an Associate of the Institute of Tourist Guiding.

A lifelong Hampstead Garden Suburb resident, I started guiding at the Modernist National Trust property, 2 Willow Road on its opening day in 1996.  Formerly the Curator of Hampstead Museum, Burgh House, I have been creating and delivering walks in the Hampstead area for more than 15 years.

I love discovering interesting nuggets of London history and am fascinated in how places develop and change as well as what lies beneath the ground. I am especially interested in artists and their connections with places and the stories of individual buildings.

As well as guiding in the City and Hampstead area, I also guide for the City Lit, London Transport Museum’s Hidden London programme and give tours at the Victoria and Albert Museum.

Walks vary from 1.5 hours to 2.5 hours and can be tailored for different ages and requirements

City of London Walks

Rescued, Revealed Restored: The Blitz and Preserving History

Gardens of the Blitz

Keeping up with the tides: the Thames and its changing history

The Great Fire of London

Hampstead area walks

Alleys and Lanes of Hampstead

Modernist Hampstead

Constable’s Hampstead

Hampstead and the Slade School of Art

Pioneers of Modern Art

Hampstead in the First World War

Henrietta’s Dream: Arts and Crafts in Hampstead Garden Suburb

From streamline to arts and crafts: inter-war architecture in Hampstead Garden Suburb

A Walk through Highgate: Experiments in Urban Living


Twitter: @marilyngreene10


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