The distinguished Emeritus Museum of London archaeologist. "London Walks puts you into the hands of an expert on the particular area and topic of a tour" (New York Times).
Friday, 15 December 2023 @ 7.30 pm
Weaves an exploration of Victorian London with Dickens's London Life and writing...
Peasants' Revolt to Street Art
The great London mix: the City, Southwark, Bermondsey and Rotherhithe – pearls on the Thames necklace
"both the archaeological evidence and the myths and legends of the origins of London"
"It is a truth universally acknowledged that a Jane Austen devotee in possession of the good fortune of a couple of free hours must be in want of this virtual tour" Guided by Kevin
the 1915 flight path and bomb run through World War I London
1. "we explore the London that William conquered" 2. "we lay bare how he changed England for all time"
"...we also look at the evidence for 'Celtic' origins of London" No Need To Book
"...we also look at the evidence for 'Celtic' origins of London"
castle, wall, historic buildings, great pubs and 'the smallest house in Great Britain'
From Legionary Fortress to Medieval Castle
As the Sun and Moon move around our skies we look at how Londoners organised and celebrated their year throughout history. Guided by Kevin
The walk tells the story of London's myths , legends and the celtic origins of Halloween. Guided by Kevin
“Tis the night—the night. Of the grave's delight"
"London bridge is the key to much of the history of London"
What is the evidence? And can we trust it? Archaeologist-guided.
"The first British Brexit?"
"...although the Anglo-Saxons have a rich history how much of it can be trusted?" Find out on this tour. Guided by Kevin
Your boon companions on this tour of London in the Middle Ages are a Museum of London archaeologist and the greatest medieval poet of them all... Guided by Kevin
Led by Kevin Flude, a former Museum of London archaeologist...
"we look at evidence for 'Celtic' origins of London and how May Day was celebrated in London"
This walk tells the epic tale of the uncovering of London's past by Archaeologists...
an archaeologist-guided portrait of London in the early 16th-Century
follows the events of the Revolt as the Peasants move through London in June 1381
"see the invisible and understand the inscrutable"
henges, barrows, hill forts, hut circles and genetic evidence
Your boon companions on this tour of London in the Middle Ages are a Museum of London archaeologist and the greatest medieval poet of them all.