Archaeological Walk with Totally Thames

Opportunity to discover Isleworth's Thames foreshore

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Discover 10,000 years of history beneath your feet with Totally Thames

The lives of Londoners and the Thames have been inextricably entwined for thousands of years. Join a Totally Thames archaeological walk and see the remains of Tudor jetties, a Bronze Age bridge, an Iron Age fish trap and prehistoric landscapes, as well as mesolithic trees and more.

Totally Thames' archaeological walks are ticketed events. Booking is essential and unless otherwise stated, the walks are not suitable for young children. Ticket charges and booking fees apply. The Thames foreshore can be muddy and rocky. Please wear sturdy footwear. 


2pm - 3.30pm, Wednesday 2 September. Ages, adults

Discover more about previous investigations on the site and hear all about the most exciting discoveries to date. If the tide is low enough we might even be lucky enough to see a thousand-year-old fish trap. Walk leaders: Nathalie Cohen & Eliott Wragg of Thames Discovery.

Meeting Point: Church stairs, Church Lane, Isleworth, TW7 6BH


August 26, 2015

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