Walks

Walks and talks on a variety of topics and in a variety of places around Bruce Castle Museum are organised on a regular basis - check back here for further updates. 

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Empire, Migration and Entertainment: A South Tottenham Walk

  • Sunday 19 May, 10.30am 
  • Meet: at 10.15am for 10.30am start outside South Tottenham National Rail Station
  • Free, booking essential
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Join your guide Oona Kelly – local historian and Friend of Bruce Castle – as she leads you around the sites of South Tottenham. Listen to stories of how new communities shaped the locality and influenced the world beyond.

The walk will take 2 hours.

Ends: Stamford Hill

Dress for the weather and wear appropriate shoes for walking.

Book your free ticket for this walk via Eventbrite.

The walk is free. Donations welcome to the Friends of Bruce Castle - on the day direct to Oona

For any queries please email museum.services@haringey.gov.uk


Pushing Boundaries: A Walk Exploring Stories of the Unexpected 

  • Monday 20 May, 10.30am
  • Meet: Under the clocktower at Bruce Castle at 10.15am for 10.30am start
  • Free, booking essential
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Come along on a walk with curator Deborah Hedgecock on International Museums Day as she explores around the Bruce Castle Museum area – from Church Lane and Prospect Place to Birkbeck Road and Bruce Castle Road. Drawing on the collections and stories from the archives and collections at Bruce Castle, you can discover more about the lives of those who resided or worked here, and who tested and pushed boundaries to achieve the remarkable and the unexpected.

Ends: Warmington House, Tottenham High Road

Please book your free ticket for this walk via Eventbrite.

Dress for the weather and wear appropriate shoes for walking.


A Musical Hit Parade: A heritage tour of the High Road

  • Sunday 26 May, 10.30am
  • Meet: 10.15am for 10.30am start outside Costa, Seven Sisters
  • Free, booking essential
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Take a walk with Carol Hebbs of Tottenham Heritage Walks as she guides you up Tottenham High Road recalling the sights and sounds of music from our youth. Across the generations, the High Road has seen music venues that were the place to be and hear your favourite stars of the day. Which record shop did you frequent and flick through the vinyl? What stories do you have? Share, listen and explore the musical parade along the High Road through the ages.

Dress for the weather and wear appropriate shoes for walking.

Please book your free ticket for this walk via Eventbrite.

Finish: Near Spurs’ Stadium

For any queries, please email museum.services@haringey.gov.uk