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.


  • MAAST Understanding Roman Artefacts

    MOLA Academy for Archaeological Specialist Training (MAAST): Understanding Roman Artefacts

    16.01.2020 to 25.06.2020
    | MOLA, Mortimer Wheeler House, 46 Eagle Wharf Road, London N1 7ED

    We are excited to announce our next specialist-led archaeology training programme - Understanding Roman Artefacts - as part of the MOLA Academy of Archaeological Specialist Training (MAAST).

  • Prittlewell research (c) MOLA

    Engaging with IROs: 'Exploring Research, Policy and Practice Interfaces' conference

    31.01.2020 | Dana Research Centre and Library,165 Queen's Gate, London, SW7 5HD

    This conference, organised by AHRC Heritage & IROC explores the opportunities and challenges of working across institutions and the interfaces of research, policy and practice. There will be a variety of speakers, from across the cultural sector and research institutes.

  • CITiZAN Cover the Coast Walk: Humber Bridge

    14.02.2020 | Humber Bridge Country Park, HU13 0LN

    Join the CITiZAN North team and Active Coast to walk across the iconic Humber Bridge as part of the Cover the Coast series of events. Explore both sides of the Grade I listed bridge and discover the historical and natural heritage of the area in more detail.

  • Bow porcelain saucer decorated in underglaze blue, from excavations on the factory site, Stratford High Street (HNB06) © MOLA

    London’s 18th-Century Porcelain Industry Workshop for Archaeologists

    15.02.2020 | MOLA, Mortimer Wheeler House, 46 Eagle Wharf Road, London N1 7ED

    Join us in this free workshop, where you can learn all about porcelain manufacture in London from our experts. It is in London that the early English porcelain industry has its roots. This workshop is aimed at archaeologists and non-specialists, from the manufactories at Isleworth, Chelsea, Vauxhall, Limehouse and Bow

  • Temple of Mithras with light and haze (c) Bloomberg

    Inventive Vents Family Event: London’s Roman History and Mysteries

    15.02.2020 | London Mithraeum Bloomberg SPACE, 3 Queen Victoria Street, London EC4N 4TQ

    Join us along with architecture education charity, Our Hut, for an exciting afternoon discovering the many layers of London's past through learning, drawing and making at the amazing London Mithraeum Bloomberg SPACE. Take part in our drop-in workshop or join a tour (available at selected times, sign up on arrival)