Do you have a passion for London? Museum of London has an exciting programme of courses and groups relating to London’s history and archaeology for adults of all ages and interests.
We run a variety of accredited and non-accredited courses throughout the year, across both sites and during the day, as well as evenings and weekends.
Browse all our courses below by subject: History and archaeology, creative, skills for life.
History and Archaeology
Explore the history and archaeology of the City of London with us:
Everyday life in medieval London 1000-1500AD - Mondays, 15 April - 1 July 2013 (Accredited)
World history : London and the slave trade - Tuesdays, 16 April - 14 May 2013
History of the City - Mondays, 22 April - 13 July 2013
The bare bones: basic anatomy - Mondays, 3 June - 24 June (fully booked) and 7 October - 28 October 2013 (fully booked). We will be running this course again in 2014
The bare bones: basic pathology - Mondays, 8 July - 29 July (fully booked) and 11 November - 2 December (fully booked). We will be running this course again in 2014
In addition to these courses, the Port of London Study Group are a special interest group who explore the history and heritage of the port of London together. For information about the group and how to join, please see History groups.
For courses in creative writing, art and photography:
London through a lens: intermediate - Mondays, 15 April - 20 May 2013
Writing London - Fridays, 26 April - 24 May 2013
Skills for Life
Adult Learners' Week - Museum of London is proud to support the Adult Learner Award ceremonies for London and the South East on 21 May because it reflects our commitment to inspire lifelong learners of all abilities, backgrounds and interests. The winner of the MOL award for language learning in the community will be announced shortly.
Read more information about Visits by ESOL learners and tutors.