Your guide to the greatest city in the world

Welcome to London! I'd love to show you around.

If you're new to the city, I'm going to make you feel like one of the locals- if you've been here for a long time, I'm going to show you something you've never seen before.

About me

My name is J. Draper, and I've lived in London for years, studying all the nooks and crannies and little details that even seasoned Londoners sometimes miss. You might know me from TikTok or YouTube, where I teach fun titbits about my city's history. I've worked in museums and heritage my whole adult life, and now I'm taking the plunge and starting out on my own!


Having lived in London most of my life (50+ yrs), Jenny was still able to surprise me and opened my eyes.

-Linda R.

Jenny was brilliant, bright, accommodating and hilarious. The tour was fascinating, educational, exciting... I am definitely going to book for one of her tours again in the future!

-Lili B.

Private Tours

Museums, galleries, churches. And historic houses. And the odd castle. There's no limits to where you can go on your own bespoke tour.

Classic London

Great for a first-time visitor to London. Wanna see all the really famous bits in one morning? Let's do it! We'll start off in the heart of royal London, see the King's home at Buckingham Palace, spot pelicans in St. James' Park, and see Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, and the London Eye.

This tour is wheelchair-accessible.

The British Library

This is one for bookworms! The British Library has handwritten notes and manuscripts from almost every British writer you can think of, from Geoffrey Chaucer to Andrea Levy; and incredible historical documents like Shakespeare's First Folio, a copy of Magna Carta, and even lyric sheets handwritten by the Beatles themselves! This tour will take you through the very best of the over 200 million objects in the Library's collection.

This tour is wheelchair-accessible.

The Tower of London

Surely the most famous castle in the world, right in the middle of London. This is where the King keeps the crowns that sit on his head, and where queens like Anne Boleyn and Katherine Howard have lost their heads. We'll also get to meet its famous inhabitants- beefeaters and ravens!

The Tower is only partially accessible by wheelchair.

Gruesome Tales For Grown-Ups

The tale of Smithfield is a tale of blood. Plague pits, surgery, graverobbing, and some of the worst execution methods the medieval mind could devise- it's all happened here. We're going to see a church where so many people have been buried that the ground level has risen around it, and walk through Smithfield's famous meat market. This one is not for the faint-hearted!

This tour is not currently wheelchair-accessible.


Discover London with me

Whatever you want to see while you're in London, I can help you get the most out of it. Whether you've lived here all your life or just have a single afternoon, I'll show you something you never noticed before.