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​Let Draco the dragon show you around the City!

From towering, modern skyscrapers to mysterious, medieval fortresses and fabulous, world-class museums to the imposing, world-famous Tower Bridge, the City is packed with iconic landmarks and hidden gems just waiting to be explored.

The City Children’s Trail, provided in partnership with Open City and part of the City Visitor Trail, makes exploring London’s Square Mile on foot even easier for families, with three carefully chosen, kid-friendly, self-guided routes - perfect for young explorers!

Pick up the Children’s Trail map from the City Information Centre, located opposite St Paul’s Cathedral.

Ever wanted to see yourself as St Paul’s Cathedral, Tower Bridge or a Roman Gladiator? Now’s your chance! For a fun activity for all the family, grab your mobile device to try the filters and share using #VisittheCity.

Make me St Paul's Cathedral on Instagram
Make me St Paul's Cathedral on Facebook

Make me Tower Bridge on Instagram
Make me Tower Bridge on Facebook

Make me a Roman Gladiator on Instagram
Make me a Roman Gladiator on Facebook

Share on Facebook or Instagram tagging #VisittheCity, and you will automatically be added to a prize draw to win tickets to Tower Bridge, The Monument and St Paul’s Cathedral.

Yellow Trail - City stories

Activity Points: St Paul's Cathedral, Museum of London, and Guildhall

Hidden Gems: Goldsmiths' Garden - Churchyard of Saint Zachary, London's Roman Amphitheatre

Blue Trail - Skyscraper sketching

Activity Points: 30 St Mary Axe (the Gherkin), Lloyd's of London, and Leadenhall Market

Hidden Gems: St Helen's Church, Sculpture in the City

Green Trail - Towers of the Thames

Activity Points: The Monument, Tower of London and Tower Bridge

Hidden Gems: St Stephen Walbrook, St Dunstan-in-the-East

18 March 2014
Last Modified:
20 March 2020