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Past events

Tour22/06/24 Refugee Week Guided Walk Symposium18/10/23 Tributaries: Reflections on Public Art and Water Exhibition15/09/23 - 08/10/23 Life by the Lea Performance17/09/23 Performance Lecture: Simon Faithfull, 0º00 Navigation Performance17/09/23 Performance: The Lay Shaft Drive is Down by Helen Cammock Tour23/09/23 BSL Interpreted Guided Tour of The Line Workshop23/09/23 Mask Making at Greenwich Peninsula with Thames Festival Trust Workshop16/08/23 Woodblock printing workshop for families Workshop09/08/23 Cyanotype printing workshop for families Workshop24/06/23 Creative Workshops in the Royal Docks Tour03/06/23 - 30/09/23 Guided art tours Talk22/03/23 Artist talk: Larry Achiampong in conversation with Priyesh Mistry Walking weekend24/09/22 - 25/09/22 Walking Weekend Tour06/08/22 - 12/11/22 Free Saturday tours Workshop28/09/22 Community Consultation evening Workshop10/10/22 Inside Out: Birdwatching Workshop10/10/22 Inside Out: Resilience Walk Workshop11/10/22 Inside Out: Madge Gill Tour & Archive Visit Tour12/10/22 Inside Out: Phytology Site Visit Talk12/10/22 Inside Out: Roundtable Discussion Workshop23/07/22 The Living Line: family friendly workshops Performance13/07/22 Aamad: Schools Dance Performance Exhibition22/06/22 - 03/07/22 Nature in Mind: A community exhibition inspired by Madge Gill on The Line Workshop18/06/22 - 19/06/22 Open Weekend at Trinity Buoy Wharf Workshop11/06/22 World Oceans Day at Royal Museums Greenwich Performance09/04/22 Rana Begum: No. 1104 Catching Colour – launching at London City Island Walking weekend18/09/21 - 19/09/21 Spend Time on The Line Workshop23/05/21 Madge Gill: Nature in Mind – drawing & making workshop Film Screening and Talk08/06/20 World Oceans Day 2020 with Royal Museums Greenwich: Serge Attukwei Clottey Workshop05/06/20 Artist Lola Lely’s Madge Gill-inspired workshop Talk28/05/20 Jane’s Walk London: live conversation Workshop27/07/19 Lost and Found on The Line with Abigail Fallis Tour21/09/18 - 22/09/18 Sketchcrawl: Imagine The Line Music video23/05/15 I Walk The Line

Guided art tours

Tour03/06/23 - 30/09/23
11am - 12.30pm

Book onto one of our guided art tours, happening every Saturday during the summer months! These free walks will be led by artist and educator, Gisela Torres, and guide you along The Line to discover the art, nature and history along the route.

Tours by Gisela will introduce the artworks along the route, and explore creative responses to themes including photography, architecture, history and sculpture. Tours will also reveal the nature and heritage contexts of the area.

Some of the walks will be co-hosted by external groups, which can be found in the Guided Art Tours collection. These may have specific focuses and alternative arrangements. Please note booking on Eventbrite is free or pay-what-you-can and is essential.


  • Start: meet at11am outside London Aquatics Centre at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. The meeting point is directly under the roof of the Aquatics Centre on the bridge between Endeavour Square and the river. Please arrive 5-10 minutes early to ensure you join the group.
  • Tour: lasts approximately 90 minutes
  • End: the walk ends at 12.30 at Cody Dock. There is a cafe, toilets and outdoor seating at Cody Dock.


  • Start: the closest station to the start point, London Aquatics Centre, is Stratford. Stratford is connected by the Jubilee Line, Elizabeth Line, Central Line, London Overground, National Rail, Stansted Express and DLR.
  • End: the closest station to the end point, Cody Dock, is Star Lane. Star Lane is on the DLR.

What to expect

  • Most of the tours are led by Gisela Torres, an artist and educator. Trained as a photographer and filmmaker, her practice engages with self-portraiture, performance, printmaking, sculpture and emerging media technologies.
  • The tour passes 11 different artworks, and goes via The House Mill heritage site and along the River Lea.
  • From 15 July, the walk will also include a 15 min stop at the House Mill, where we are hosting Tributaries, an exhibition of moving image works on the theme of water.
  • Please wear appropriate footwear and weather appropriate clothes.
  • Please bring water with you for the walk and suncream if it is hot.


There are sections of this route that may not be accessible for a wheelchair user due to the gradient, surface or narrowness of the paths.

There will be opportunities to stop and rest along the way, however the tour is reasonably paced and covers changes in level. If you have access needs, please get in touch prior on info@the-line.org. We want our tours to be as inclusive as possible and will adapt where possible, but recognise we may fall short in meeting all accessibility requirements.


London Aquatics Centre at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

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