Making archaeology accessible for over 30 years
We started out more than three decades ago as the University of London Extra-Mural Archaeological Society, catering for past and present students of the University.
Now, as EMAS Archaeological Society – or just plain EMAS – we welcome anyone with an interest in archaeology. Beginners, students, amateurs and professionals alike!
We’re proud of our broad-based and diverse membership, drawn from many walks of life, and are particularly keen to help younger people (18+) develop their understanding of archaeology or explore new areas of interest.
We are an institutional member of the Council for British Archaeology, the voice of archaeology in the UK, which brings together community groups, commercial units, academics and heritage organisations to create and share opportunities to discover, take part in and be inspired by archaeology.
EMAS lays on a range of group activities for its members, including free lectures, half day visits in London, whole day field trips and longer residential study tours.
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Lectures are held in central London, usually on a Friday evening, starting at 18.30 or 19.00.
Half-day visits to museums and other places of interest in London (usually on a Saturday) are led by expert guides.
Field Trips take place on Saturdays, leaving central London by coach at 08.00.
Study Tours are longer, hotel-based tours of significant sites in Britain and beyond.
Please click here for further information.