Festival of British Archaeology

THIS EVENT ENDED ON THE 28TH JULY 2013

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Museum of London, 150 London Wall, City, London EC2Y 5HN†
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13th July 2013†until†28th July 2013
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Festival of British ArchaeologyGet to grips with London's local heritage and see archaeology in action at the Festival of British Archaeology, a nationwide festival which includes special events taking place all over London. With excavation open days, behind-the-scenes tours, workshops, guided walks, talks and family fun days, there will be something for everyone. Highlights include The Rose Revealed, a look at detailed plans to dig, conserve and display artefacts from London's most important Elizabethan theatre; a session on 'Londinium: the Roman city' in the Crypt Museum of All Hallows by the Tower which includes a visit to the Amphitheatre remains under Guildhall Art Gallery; and free, fun family events at UCL Institute of Archaeology including behind the scenes tours, art activities and artefact handling. Added to these are talks at the British Museum, activities at Eltham Palace and excavating Richmond, organised by the Museum of Richmond. Digging up the past, the Festival of British Archaeology promises to reveal there's more under your feet than mere concrete and soil.

About Museum of London

Experience the real flavour of London life from the prehistoric to present day when you visit the Museum of London, a modern museum boasting over 1.1 million objects. Following a £20 million redesign, the five lower Galleries of Modern London take you through the history of the city from the Great Fire of London in 1666 to the present day. More about Museum of London

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Underground Stations

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Barbican Tube Station
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St. Paul's Tube Station
4 minutes walk
Railway Stations

Railway Stations

Hoxton Overground Station
26 minutes walk
Car Parks

Car Parks

Smithfield Central Market NCP
3 minutes walk
Barbican Centre 22 Legion
3 minutes walk

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London > Entertainment > Arts Centres
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London > Attractions > Museums
150 London Wall, City, London EC2Y | Same location as Festival of British Archaeology
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London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
West Smithfield, Clerkenwell, London EC1A | 3 minutes from Festival of British Archaeology
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London > Attractions > Art Galleries
Ground Level, Barbican Centre, Silk Street, City, London EC2Y | 3 minutes from Festival of British Archaeology
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London > Shopping > Music Shops
Cromwell Tower, Silk Street, City, London EC2Y | 5 minutes from Festival of British Archaeology
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London > Shopping > Markets
West Smithfield, Clerkenwell, London EC1A | 5 minutes from Festival of British Archaeology
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London > Restaurants > British restaurants
150 London Wall, City, London EC2Y | Same location as Festival of British Archaeology
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London > Restaurants > Italian restaurants
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London > Restaurants > French restaurants
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106 Bunhill Row, City, London EC1Y | 10 minutes from Festival of British Archaeology
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London > Education > Professional Training
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4-6 Staple Inn, Holborn, London WC1V | 12 minutes from Festival of British Archaeology
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London > Leisure > Parks and Gardens
King Edward Street, City, London EC4M | 1 minute from Festival of British Archaeology
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London > Leisure > Golf
12 Smithfield Street, City, London EC1A | 5 minutes from Festival of British Archaeology
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The Basement, 49-51 Central Street, EC1V | 10 minutes from Festival of British Archaeology
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London > Nightlife > Pubs
71 Long Lane, Clerkenwell, London EC1A | 3 minutes from Festival of British Archaeology
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115 Charterhouse Street, Clerkenwell, London EC1M | 5 minutes from Festival of British Archaeology
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London > Nightlife > Bars
18-20 St. John Street, EC1M | 5 minutes from Festival of British Archaeology
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London > Nightlife > Wine Bars
7 St John Street, Clerkenwell, Clerkenwell, London EC1M | 5 minutes from Festival of British Archaeology
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London > Nightlife > Nightclubs
77a Charterhouse Street, Clerkenwell, London EC1M | 6 minutes from Festival of British Archaeology
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London > Business > Venue Hire
87 Bartholomew Close, Barbican, City, London EC1A | 2 minutes from Festival of British Archaeology
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Aldermanbury Square, Moorgate, City, London EC2V | 3 minutes from Festival of British Archaeology
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Barbican Conference Centre
London > Business > Venue Hire
Silk Street, City, London EC2Y | 3 minutes from Festival of British Archaeology
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He Wasn't An Easy Gentleman To Describe, Photographs By Kasia WozniakHe Wasn't An Easy Gentleman To Describe, Photographs By Kasia WozniakThe artist showcases fashion images captured on an adapted field camera dating from the late 19th century, inspired by the adventures of the fictional detective, Sherlock Holmes.1st February 2015Sunday 1st March 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150† London Wall† † † EC2Y 5HN
Category: event
Free EventOngoing
He Wasn't An Easy Gentleman To Describe, Photographs By Kasia Wozniak
event > Exhibitions > Art exhibitions - Photography†|†PRICINGFree
DATES15th October 2014 to 1st March 2015 - 10am-6pm
VENUEMuseum of London†
The artist showcases fashion images captured on an adapted field camera dating from the late 19th century, inspired by the adventures of the fictional detective, Sherlock Holmes.
Sherlock HolmesSherlock HolmesSherlock HolmesLikely to be one of 2014's most popular exhibitions, Sherlock Holmes at the Museum of London will be the largest exploration of the fictional detective in over 60 years. Drawing on the museum's Victorian and Edwardian collections, as well as material from across the globe and costumes and props from the recent BBC series, the exhibition will ask se1st February 2015Sunday 12th April 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150† London Wall† † † EC2Y 5HN
Category: event
Ongoing
Sherlock Holmes
event > Exhibitions > Special exhibits - Museums
DATES17th October 2014 to 12th April 2015
VENUEMuseum of London†
Likely to be one of 2014's most popular exhibitions, Sherlock Holmes at the Museum of London will be the largest exploration of the fictional detective in over 60 years. Drawing on the museum's Victorian and Edwardian collections, as well as material from across the globe and costumes and props from the recent BBC series, the exhibition will ask se...†More about this event
Sherlock Holmes, The Man Who Never Lived And Will Never DieSherlock Holmes, The Man Who Never Lived And Will Never DieAn exhibition which recreates the Victorian London of the fictional detective, featuring works in photography, paintings, film and original artefacts.1st February 2015Sunday 12th April 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150† London Wall† † † EC2Y 5HN
Category: event
Ongoing
Sherlock Holmes, The Man Who Never Lived And Will Never Die
event > Exhibitions > Art exhibitions - Installation
DATES17th October 2014 to 12th April 2015 - 10am-6pm
VENUEMuseum of London†
An exhibition which recreates the Victorian London of the fictional detective, featuring works in photography, paintings, film and original artefacts.
Designing A Moment: The London 2012 CauldronDesigning A Moment: The London 2012 CauldronDesigning A Moment: The London 2012 CauldronA new pavilion gallery has been built in the courtyard of the Museum of London to house the Cauldron designed by Thomas Heatherwick for the 2012 London Olympics which became such an iconic symbol of the Games. Designing A Moment: The London 2012 Cauldron is a permanent gallery, opened on the second anniversary of the London 2012 Olympic Opening Cer1st February 2015Thursday 31st December 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150† London Wall† † † EC2Y 5HN
Category: event
Free EventOngoing
Designing A Moment: The London 2012 Cauldron
event > Exhibitions > Art exhibitions - Installation†|†PRICINGFree
DATES25th July 2014 to 31st December 2015
VENUEMuseum of London†
A new pavilion gallery has been built in the courtyard of the Museum of London to house the Cauldron designed by Thomas Heatherwick for the 2012 London Olympics which became such an iconic symbol of the Games. Designing A Moment: The London 2012 Cauldron is a permanent gallery, opened on the second anniversary of the London 2012 Olympic Opening Cer...†More about this event
The Shape Of Things To Come: How Our Changing Demographic Structure Will Shape Future Society And HeThe Shape Of Things To Come: How Our Changing Demographic Structure Will Shape Future Society And HeThis lecture will consider the drivers of the shape of population structure ranging from the defeat of infectious diseases through contraception to migration policy, and likely social and economic implications of this over the next 30 years.3rd February 2015Tuesday 3rd February 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150† London Wall† † † EC2Y 5HN
Category: event
Free EventOn Soon
The Shape Of Things To Come: How Our Changing Demographic Structure Will Shape Future Society And He
event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Workshops†|†PRICINGFree
DATESTuesday 3rd February 2015 - 6pm-7pm
VENUEMuseum of London†
This lecture will consider the drivers of the shape of population structure ranging from the defeat of infectious diseases through contraception to migration policy, and likely social and economic implications of this over the next 30 years.
The Early UniverseThe Early UniverseWith Professor Carolin Crawford.4th February 2015Wednesday 4th February 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150† London Wall† † † EC2Y 5HN
Category: event
Free EventOn Soon
The Early Universe
event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Talks & Lectures†|†PRICINGFree
DATESWednesday 4th February 2015 - 1pm-2pm
VENUEMuseum of London†
With Professor Carolin Crawford.
The Nature of Human ViolenceThe Nature of Human ViolenceWith Dr Gwen Adshead.4th February 2015Wednesday 4th February 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150† London Wall† † † EC2Y 5HN
Category: event
Free EventOn Soon
The Nature of Human Violence
event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Talks & Lectures†|†PRICINGFree
DATESWednesday 4th February 2015 - 6pm-7pm
VENUEMuseum of London†
With Dr Gwen Adshead.
Animated AnimalsAnimated AnimalsA chance to bring some of the animals in the galleries to life.8th February 2015Sunday 8th February 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150† London Wall† † † EC2Y 5HN
Category: event
Free EventOn Soon
Animated Animals
event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Workshops†|†PRICINGFree
DATESSunday 8th February 2015 at 12.30pm-1.30pm, 2pm-2.30pm and 3.30pm-4.30pm
VENUEMuseum of London†
A chance to bring some of the animals in the galleries to life.
The Beginning And The End: Images Of The UniverseThe Beginning And The End: Images Of The UniverseWith Dr Valerie Shrimplin.10th February 2015Tuesday 10th February 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150† London Wall† † † EC2Y 5HN
Category: event
Free EventOn Soon
The Beginning And The End: Images Of The Universe
event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Talks & Lectures†|†PRICINGFree
DATESTuesday 10th February 2015 - 6pm-7pm
VENUEMuseum of London†
With Dr Valerie Shrimplin.
Is Human Evolution Over'Is Human Evolution Over'With Professor Steve Jones.11th February 2015Wednesday 11th February 2015 Where:
Museum of London, 150† London Wall† † † EC2Y 5HN
Category: event
Free EventOn Soon
Is Human Evolution Over'
event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Talks & Lectures†|†PRICINGFree
DATESWednesday 11th February 2015 - 6pm-7pm
VENUEMuseum of London†
With Professor Steve Jones.

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