What you'll do
This is a family-friendly experience, kids 10 years old and younger come FREE (just let me know how many they are for logistics). There will be a quiz for them along the way to keep them interested and engaged! Explore the Roman Empire, an adventure in London before London! Roman funded “Londinium” 2,000 years ago and built a small Rome in Britain. They built an amphitheatre for games, temples to pray, spas to wash and meet up, heated houses with swimming pools and mosaic floors and a defence wall against the local Celts and Anglosaxons. A well connected town with the rest of the Empire, London was at the heart of the North European trade system. All this without internet and phones: just wooden writing tablets!
I am Italian and learnt about Roman history all my life. In Italy we are surrounded by Roman heritage, it's part of our culture. I have been amazed to discover how much of the 2,000 years old Roman Empire is still visible and can be experienced in London and I am thrilled to share it with you!
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Where you'll be
We start at the Roman section of the Museum of London to have an overview of the 400 years of the Roman ruling in Britain. We then walk along the ruins of the Fort and Wall to reach the rests of the Amphitheatre. Finally we enjoy an experience with sound and light at the Temple of Mithras, the god of sun, cosmos and justice. Optional extension: reach Tower Hill by public transport and see the statue of Trajan and part of the wall.
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Sun, Sep 22 From 2:30 PM to 4:30 PM.
$26 per person
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Up to 8 guests ages 2 and up can attend.
This a small group tour, max 8 people. Children up to 10 years old come free, you do not need to book for them (let me know how many they are for logistics).
Explore the Roman Empire kids friendly