The city of the Common Man - a day in the life of ....
We look at the role of the common man and woman in the city of London from the Roman soldier to our contemporary commuter. We will walk in the footprints of priests and pilgrims, go shopping with elizabethan servants at the local markets, learn about the trades people who made London the "emporium for the world" in the 16th and 17th century and drink coffee and tea with gentlemen from the 18th century.
Discover how people have lived and worked in this bustling and extraordinary 'Square
Mile' for nearly 2000 years.
Meet: The City Information centre opposite St Pauls Cathedral.
Finish: Bank underground station.
Duration: approx 2 hours
Cost: £7.00 per person. Discount available for larger groups