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Cousin Lane Foreshore Archaeological Walk

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The City of London is filled with history throughout the ages visible to the eye as you stroll around the square mile. Join Dr Fiona Haughey for a guided foreshore walk providing a different viewpoint of human occupation in the area over the millennia dating from the end of the last Ice Age up to today.

People have lived, worked and traded in this area with today’s modern imprint just another step along the way. Come and look at the remains of London’s great trading history dating back over 1400 years as well as finding signs of the way the city has survived against invaders both in recent years as well as in the past. See how, in spite of all the dangers and tragedies thrown at it, London has survived and continues to thrive today.

Essential Information

  • Suitable for ages 12+. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult
  • Please ensure you wear sensible foot wear as the foreshore is an uneven and sometimes muddy surface
  • Access to the foreshore is by stairs only