Archaeological Site Tour of City

 





NLA
are organising a series of events and walks which, were I not doing my own walk on Saturday, I would go on:

(more details see http://thedevelopingcity.com/about/)

Archeological Site Tour - click here to book
Saturday 4 August, 09:30-11:00
Archaeologists from Museum of London Archaeology and the Thames Discovery Programme lead a free tour of current archaeological sites in the City of London, following the route of the Walbrook, one of London's most significant lost rivers.

Walk - City East - click here to book
Wednesday 8 August, 18:00-19:30
An evening guided walk of the architecture of the City of London, led by Blue Badge Guides, tracking the riverbank before heading to the City's cluster of tall towers - ticket cost £12
 

Curator-led tour - click here to book
Friday 10 August, 13:15-13:45
Free guided tour of the exhibition, led by curator Peter Murray

Walk - City West - click here to book
Saturday 11 August, 14:00-15:30
A guided walk of the architecture of the City of London, led by Blue Badge Guides, covering ground between Bank Junction and St Paul's Cathedral - ticket cost £12

The Developing City is a free exhibition on show at The Walbrook Building (entrance opposite Cannon Street station) until 9 September 2012. The exhibition is open from Tuesday-Sunday 11:00-17:30, with extended opening hours on Friday until 19:00.

For further details on the exhibition and accompanying programme of events please go to www.thedevelopingcity.com

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