Londinium (Roaming with the Romans)

Roman London 2,000 years on

  • 12 British pounds
  • Outside Tower Hill tube station

Service Description

The Romans came to Britain in the year 43 and founded London soon after. They stayed for almost 400 years. Discover how they shaped the history of the City through to the present day and find where they left signs of their presence. Find evidence of a Roman bathhouse, the stream that helped them found the City, the Roman walls, a temple and the site where gladiators fought. The walk lasts approximately two hours. Please be prepared for all weather conditions! Start: Outside Tower Hill tube station Finish: A short walk from Moorgate, Bank, Barbican or St Paul's tube stations "Wonderful walk experiencing ancient Roman London" May 2022 "The legendary Jonathan Wober guides us around Roman London, explaining the origins of Walbrook" May 2022 "..excellent [walk] and great details!" May 2022 "What a brilliant afternoon we had on Jonathan Wober’s guided 'Londinium' walk. So many fascinating nooks and secret places to explore, and Jonathan kept us all (adults, teenager and two year old!) educated and entertained." Nov 2021


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Contact Details

07715106692

londonontheground@gmail.com