Community archaeology engagement in schools (c)MOLA

Archaeology Ambassadors

Our Archaeology Ambassadors are influential leaders and experts from the worlds of business, industry and heritage. Drawing on their notable connections, our Archaeology Ambassadors raise awareness for our Research and Community Programme and promote the significant impact these projects have on society.

Sharing our passion, Archaeology Ambassadors advocate the message that participation in, and a greater understanding of, our heritage develops a strong sense of place, identity and belonging.  Positioned at the heart of the development process, we have the transformational power to regenerate and strengthen communities by linking the past to build a positive future.

Taking part in this exciting journey, our Archaeology Ambassadors have access to the latest archaeological discoveries, invitations to private behind the scenes tours, networking and CPD events. Other benefits include newsletters and support for business CSR objectives.

If you or your organisation could help to support our charitable work and would like to be involved, please contact Suzie Haworth, Director of Development and Fundraising at

  • Taryn Nixon, MOLA Chief Executive speech at the House of Lords

    A great turnout for archaeology

    We launched our Research and Community Programme in the prestigious surroundings of the House of Lords.
  • Medusa mount under conservation at MOLA (c)Museum of London


    Our Patrons are benevolent and dedicated individuals who understand the importance of heritage.
  • Corporate publc engagement in archaeology (c)MOLA

    Supporting Partners

    Our Supporting Partners demonstrate their commitment to heritage through their support.
  • Thames Discovery Programme on the foreshore (c)MOLA

    Current campaigns

    Support our current charitable campaigns and make a positive impact with archaeology today.
  • 3D mesh model of St Aplhage tower, created with data from laser scanning

    Research and Community Projects

    We carry out a range of research and community archaeology projects every year, with our partners.