For: Adults
Min age: 12
Duration: 1hr 30m
Entry type: Paid advanced booking
© Museum of London

Suffragettes en route to Women's Sunday: 1908

© Museum of London

Discover what life was like for women at the dawn of the 20th century and how their position in society began to change. Follow in the footsteps of Emmeline Pankhurst, Mary ‘Slasher’ Richardson and the wave of Suffragettes who campaigned tirelessly for women’s rights. Remember the actions of ordinary women who lived their lives differently to the generations before them, shaping society through small acts of rebellion, such as joining the workforce. Walking through Westminster and Soho, visit key locations including the Suffragette Fellowship Memorial and Parliament Square, and hear the stories of countless women who made a contribution in their own way.

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Please note this is an external walk; please dress appropriately as the event will proceed regardless of weather.

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