Family-friendly walk around Roman London

Address:
The City, London

Dates and ticket price

Dates & Time:
19th, 25th May, 15th June, 21st July and 18th August 2019
11 AM to 12 noon
Tickets & Cost:
Adult £7.50; Child £5; See museumoflondon.org.uk

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The Museum of London will be putting on a special family-friendly walk through the streets of Roman London.

With a bit of imagination your kids will travel back in time 2,000 years and see the remains of the old city wall, the long lost fort, and the hidden amphitheatre where brave gladiators and acrobats entertained the raucous crowds.

Note: This walk is suitable for children aged 5 and over.

 

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> Craig’s review of The City – “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”

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