Events

Explore our public events. These pages provide information on events that MOLA is hosting and events that our archaeologists and specialists are taking part in. Events range from walks and talks to community digs, conferences and exhibitions.

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  • Reconstruction of the Boar’s Head Playhouse from 1599, by C Walter Hodges

    The Boar's Head Playhouse - Guided Walks

    02.11.2019 to 23.11.2019
    | Aldgate East Tube Station, London E1 7PU

    Thanks to support from Unite Students, we are excited to present four guided walks exploring the neighbourhood of the Boar's Head, a Shakespearean-era inn-turned-playhouse.

  • CITiZAN Volunteers record archaeological features at Mersea Island Foreshore Coastal and intertidal archaeology

    CITiZAN: Evacuating Mersea: 3000 Years of Community Life

    13.11.2019 | Mersea Island School, Barfield Rd, West Mersea, Colchester CO5 8QX

    Join us for an evening at Mersea Island school where our CITiZAN team will be discussing their findings in collaboration with University College London on an excavation on Mersea Island.

  • Thames Discovery Programme: Custom House Foreshore Walk

    16.11.2019 | Custom House Stairs next to Sugar Quay, Water Lane Lower Thames Street City of London EC3R United Kingdom

    Discover the archaeology of the City of London at Custom House waterfront from its Roman origins to the Victorian period as you explore the eastern foreshore of the City. Guided by one of our expert archaeologists, you’ll discover the pivotal role of the Pool of London in the city’s trade and growth.

  • Tours of the London Mithraeum Bloomberg SPACE for CBA Archaeology Day 2019

    22.11.2019 | 12 Walbrook, London, EC4N 8AA

    The Council for British Archaeology is celebrating its 75th anniversary. As part of the day's programme, there will be special tours of the London Mithraeum Bloomberg SPACE so that people can come face-to-face with some of the fascinating finds from the site.

  • Deventer, Devon and Cornwall recording a wrecked ship

    CITiZAN Guided Walk: Ships at Sunrise - The Dart's Hidden Hulked Heritage

    23.11.2019 | Old Mill Creek, Old Mill Lane, Dartmouth, TQ6 0HN

    As part of our series of winter walks from our CITiZAN team, this tidal trail takes you around the remains of a variety of hulks looking at the question of how and why ships become dumped in the estuaries all around the UK. The trail guided by CITiZAN maritime archaeologists moves through the creeks and inlets of old mill creek, telling the stories, history and mysteries of the vessels lying on the rivers banks to the backdrop of the Dart estuary at low tide as the sun rises.

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