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.


  • Orcombe Point Devon CITiZAN

    CITiZAN Winter Trail: Lost Lives Guided Trail

    14.12.2019 | Start Point Car park, Stokenham, TQ7 2ET

    As part of a series of winter walks brought to you by our CITiZAN team, this guided trail with CITiZAN maritime archaeologists will take you from Start Point to Slapton Sands. Firstly, you will be taken on a 2-hour guided trail across the sands at low tide, followed by a warm-up in the pub, before taking a 2-hour hike back along the cliff tops, the walk will focus on the lives, landscapes and settlements that have been lost due to coastal erosion, human error and wartime preparations.

  • Thames Discovery Programme: Rotherhithe-Bermondsey Foreshore Walk

    15.12.2019 | Hanover River Stairs, opposite Isambard Place, Rotherhithe, SE16 5QT

    From ship-building and breaking to the Pilgrim Fathers and kings, the stretch of foreshore between Rotherhithe and Bermondsey tells a rich story. Join one of our expert archaeologists on a guided walk along this part of the Thames.

  • An aerial survey of the wreck of a Danish ship, the Hans Egede, on Brett Aggregates land at Cliffe, Kent.

    TAG 2019: Power, Knowledge and the Past

    16.12.2019 to 18.12.2019
    | UCL Institute of Education, 20 Bedford Way, London WC1H 0AL

    Our experts will be at TAG2019 from 16th-18th December, taking part in sessions, panels and walks exploring this year's theme: Power,...

  • 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).

  • 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