Destination | Bromley Walks and Tours

A walking tour of Victorian Bromley

15 June 2024

10:30 -12:30

Bromley is a treasure trove of Victorian Arts and Crafts architecture built when Bromley flourished in the late Victorian period. Our walk will take around some of the best examples: The Railway Tavern, The Star and Garter, The Royal Bell and more.

We will tell the story of how Bromley grew rapidly from 1860 and also of how many buildings have been adapted for use in the 21st century. The walk will finish at Bromley Little Theatre where we will see how it was adapted from a Victorian bakery and where refreshments will be available.

This event is supported by Your Bromley BID

Image: Peter Martin

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Railway Tavern and Bromley Little Theatre

The meeting place for the start of the tour is on the paved area in front of the Railway Tavern pub.

The meeting place for the start of the tour is the paved area in front of the Railway Tavern in East Street, opposite Bromley North Station

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Wheelchair accessible
Level Access and Automatic Doors (or No Doors)
Assistance dogs welcome
Accessible toilet

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The walk will be at Level access throughout the walk with lift access to the first floor of the Bromley Little Theatre

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