Starting in the Roman and Medieval galleries at the Museum of London, this walk will take you along the City waterfront from Blackfriars, where a Roman ship was discovered in 1963, to the locations of several historical archaeological excavations investigating the harbour of Londinium, the Saxon harbour at Queenhithe, the new harbour established at Billingsgate alongside the first medieval timber bridge, and so much more. Take the opportunity to explore London’s maritime history through the ages, and where it may head in the future.