Bankside Foreshore Archaeological Walk
Sun 16 Sep, 12pm - 2pmPast event
The London Thames is a large, self-excavating archaeological trench that winds its way across the metropolis exposing over time the history of the area over the past 10,000 years. Objects made from river clay are fired on the foreshore in the way this has been undertaken over the past millennia, extinguished by the rising tide leaving behind your beautiful pots.
Please note: the fire is subject to tides and is likely to be extinguished by 2pm.
The stalls on the riverside walkway will be open until 5pm.