Team London Bridge: Walking Tour
Join us for a walking tour along the river and learn about the history and significance of the Thames in the development of London.
Hands on History: In the Footsteps of the Mudlarks
This guided foreshore tour is your chance to go mudlarking and find archaeological artefacts revealed by the River Thames.
The Line at Greenwich Peninsula & Royal Victoria
Discover public art installations by the waterways on The Line.
Hands on History: Mudlarking Exhibition in St Paul's Cathedral
Travel back in time to the Middle Ages through handling medieval artefacts recovered by mudlarks from the River Thames.
The Wren London Series: Wren by River
Uber Boat by Thames Clippers will host Wren by River, an introduction to Wren’s London legacy, from the perspective of the river Thames
Urban Sketching at Chiswick Pier
Join Urban Sketchers London on a 'Sketchwalk' along Chiswick riverside - no experience needed
Canada Water: Building Victorian London
Immerse yourself in a metaverse space and join environmental Historian and Research Lead Dr. Jim Clifford for a VR tour.
The Thames: Its Myths & Mysteries
The murky Thames has been a focus for sacred rites and popular superstition since ancient times.
Hands on History: Mudlarking into the Future
The panel discussion will reflect on the role of mudlarks in uncovering London’s long-forgotten history.
Finally, art about climate change that won't make you dissolve into a pit of anxiety. Welcome to the cabaret of the future, a club night of optimism.
As the evening darkens, gather around the fireside at Creekside, Deptford, to hear watery gossip & folk tales from the Thames, our sacred river.
Time And Tide
A live online screening of Paul Wyatt’s critically acclaimed film “Time and Tide: The Thames, Greenwich, and a hidden past.”
A Trip Along the River Thames in 1749
Using the panorama of the north bank of the Thames created by the Buck brothers in 1749, join us on a journey along the early Georgian river.
Hands on History: Working River and London's Docklands Lecture
In this lecture, mudlark and author Jason Sandy takes us on a journey down the River Thames, exploring the Docklands and the traces left behind.
Thames Sightseeing, Brunel River Cruise
A boat trip into the birthplace of modern London. Three Brunel bridges, two Brunel tunnels, and a monster ship.
Hands on History: Thames Discovery Pop-Up Display
See the Fulham FROG's Foreshore Artefacts and Textile Production display at Fulham riverside walk (Putney Bridge end), Bishops Park.