The Museum of London will be putting on a walk through the streets of Roman London, pointing out all the unseen archaeology underneath your feet, and some of the visible bricks above.
You'll see where the forum and basilica were situated, and where the remains of London's amphitheatre still lie (underneath the Guildhall Art Gallery), and some remaining pieces of the city wall.
If you enjoy this walk then you might like to check out our self-guided version. You can read Craig's review of it on his blog, where he's also posted a load of photos of the Roman walls and Roman remains.
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Craig’s review – “I thought I'd just hang around The City today, the so-called "Square Mile". That's the bit inside the old city walls where all the big banks and financial institutions live.If you want to make some new friends then try catching the tube from Waterloo to Bank at half-8 in the morning -- when all the bleary-eyed businessmen and women are bustling off to work.… continued”
Read Craig’s The City review
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