Thursday, 27 October 2022, 09:30am



Discover the archaeology of the City waterfront including foundation of London by the Romans, the London base of a North European Mediaeval trading Network, Cross the Wallbrook that flowed through Roman London. See the last surviving mediaeval landing point and the last working wharf in the city. You’ll discover the hidden history of this extraordinary part of London.

The walk will begin at 9:30 am, meet at the top of the river stairs at the bottom of Cousin Lane next to the Banker Pub. Find it on Google Maps or What3Words

Reduced price concessionary tickets are available for people aged 25 and under or 65 and over, people living with disabilities and/or mental health problems, veterans and unwaged people.

COVID-Secure Activities


The safety of all our staff, volunteers and participants is our priority. All our activities are run with a COVID-secure risk assessment in line with current guidance. We comply with the ‘We’re Good To Go’ Visit England industry standard for activities during the COVID-19 outbreak.


• Book tickets for all the members of your party – including children
• Follow the instructions of the Walk Leaders at all times
• Wear a face covering if you prefer

Please don’t:

• Come if you have COVID-19 symptoms, if you or someone in your household has had a positive test, or if you’ve been told to self-isolate.

We’ll give you a full refund, before or after the event, if you’re unable to attend because you have COVID-19 symptoms, you or someone in your household has had a positive test, or you have been told to self-isolate.

If we cancel a walk, we’ll refund your order.

Our walks are extremely popular and usually sell out, please let us know as soon as possible if you’re not able to attend.