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Suffragette Walking Tour, London

Take a Suffragette Walking Tour on your university or college trip to London.

A large proportion of the Suffragettes’ fight for 'Votes for Women' took place in central London.

On this insightful walking tour, your students will discover where the movement developed, amidst some of London’s most famous landmarks including Trafalgar Square, Downing Street, Whitehall & the Houses of Parliament.

Accompanied by a detailed account of events and a large number of photographs from the period, your knowledgeable guide will bring the streets of Edwardian London to life.

You will learn about the key events and characters that were involved in the fight for women's rights, along with a backstory of scheming politicians that hindered the movement; resulting in marches, speeches, violence, force feeding and arson. In addition, the tour will explore the shocking and largely unknown story about Churchill’s views on women gaining the vote, concluding with how women finally won the vote.