Westminster City Archives news and events

Westminster City Archives is proud to host a range of events, from special talks and walks through to major exhibitions and online projects.

Upcoming events 

All our events are free (unless listed as otherwise) but booking is essential.

Book your space by emailing archives@westminster.gov.uk or calling us during our opening hours.  

Mapping Gender

An evening of papers from Roehampton University's Popular Literature and Culture Research Group, Thursday 8 November, 6.30pm to 8.30pm, email corbette@roehampton.ac.uk for a ticket.

An Introduction to House History

A workshop with Alison Kenney, Saturday 24 November, 2pm to 4.30pm. 

Plans of Buildings in London and Westminster, c. 1450 to 1850

A free talk by Dorian Gerhold, London historian and author, Thursday 29 November, 6pm.

Discover Westminster

Discover the architecture and design that make Westminster great through self-guided walks which anyone can enjoy during lunch, after work or on a weekend break in London. 

A walk through Westminster is a walk through time; every corner holds a piece of history waiting to transport you to another age and each street holds a key to its own unique past.

Tell us about your walk. Send pictures and comments to our blog, to the Archives Centre or tag us on Instagram.

Treasure hunt in Westminster

Take your family and friends out to explore the historic sites of Covent Garden, and learn interesting and obscure facts about Seven Dials, the theatre district, the famous market and more with our free and exciting treasure hunt app, made by volunteers at Westminster City Archives using Huntzz.

Have fun and impress your friends by following the clues and collecting virtual coins as you discover this fascinating area.

To play, download the free Huntzz app from the Apple Store or Google Play. Funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund.

Get in touch

View the Archives Centre contact details and opening hours.

Find us on Facebook and stay up to date about what's on. As well as events, we will use Facebook to tell you about our exhibitions, collections and special projects.


Last updated: 11 October 2018
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