Trace Hackney’s heritage from Saxon settlement to city borough, with its rich diversity forged by 400 years of immigration from all over Britain and various parts of the world. The walk will include a visit to Hackney Museum, locating 17th century Sutton House and climbing 135 steps to the top of the 13th century St. Augustine’s Tower, to admire the view over Hackney and beyond on a summer’s evening, which being English could be rain or shine!
- How did Hackney get its name?
- What brought Samuel Pepys to Hackney?
- Which significant murder happened in Hackney on 9 July 1864?
Duration: Allow for 2½ hours
Cost: £12 (£9 concessions) – pay on the day, card or cash.
Start: Hackney Town Hall Steps, Mare Street, London E8 1EA at 6.30pm
End: St Augustine’s Tower, off The Narrow Way, London E8 1HT
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