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. 


Haringey Women's History Walk - Pioneers and Pleasure: Muswell Hill Women

  • Saturday 9 March, 11am-1pm

Free, booking essential.

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womens history map of Hornsey

From suffragettes to the feminist punk band The Slits, Muswell Hill has some remarkable women to discover. First settled as part of a medieval shrine to Mary, mother of Jesus, more secular inhabitants include an influential 20th century designer Peggy Angus and pioneering Egyptologist Myrtle Broome. Just join your guide Oonagh Gay on this 90-minute circular tour and learn more on this free walk about women from Muswell Hill for Women's History Month in Haringey. 

Oonagh Gay is a fully qualified tour guide who regularly does walks and tours around Haringey and London with Islington Guided Walks.

This special free walking tour is organised by Bruce Castle Museum and Archive with Oonagh Gay. 

Please dress for the weather and wear suitable footwear.

Meet: Outside The Everyman Cinema, Fortis Green Rd, Muswell Hill, London N10 3HS

Spaces are limited. Booking is essential via Eventbrite.

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

For other events around the borough for Women's History Month in Haringey, check out the rest of the programme here.