Cemetery Club have received Visit Britain’s “Good to Go” consumer mark, in recognition of the steps we have taken to ensure the safety of our tours as we grapple with COVID-19.

The logo shows that Cemetery Club is adhering to public health guidance, as set out by the government and that we have completed the necessary COVID-19 risk assessment.

Following the risk assessment and to limit the spread as much as possible:

Plastic Visors

Sheldon & associated guides will wear plastic face visors during the tour for your safety.


Even though the tours happen outside, we still encourage guests to wear masks to be mindful of other non-related households who may also be attendance.

Limited group size

Government advice allows outdoor tours to have of 30 people to attend: however we are being super careful and limiting the number to 15. Please ensure you book early to avoid disappointment.

Keeping Distance

All guests will be instructed to maintain a distance of at least 1 metre from other attendees outside of their own household at all times during the tour. Fortunately cemeteries have the space to accommodate this!


Our guides will have hand sanitiser but if you have your own, it would be helpful if you could bring enough for you and your household.

Feeling unwell

Please do not attend the tour if you feel unwell or show any symptoms linked to COVID-19, and stay informed with the latest updates.

Current Tours


The Wonder Women of Hampstead Cemetery! Explicitly celebrating the achievements of the women buried in this lovely part of Camden.


Funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, the UK’s first queer cemetery tour looking at the LGBTQ+ dead of Brompton Cemetery.


On the edge of Barnes Common is a cemetery being reclaimed by nature: queer writers, heroic doctors and talented painters reside in this little known gem.

Arnos Vale

A tour looking at the queer dead of Bristol’s Arnos Vale Cemetery, also funded through the national Lottery Heritage Fund.

tower hamlets

Tales of everyday cockney folk in a cemetery that’s not as flashy as Highgate or West Norwood – its also the most densely packed cemetery in London.

tower hamlets

A festive spectacular based on the ’12 Days of Christmas’, looking at Christmas in the East End from years ago and the people who celebrated it.

If you have any questions or would like to speak about booking tickets for a tour (or would like to have one conducted privately) please…