Safety is of the utmost importance. These ‘walking pieces’ have been submitted by Third parties. We asked them not to choose hazardous routes, or to include defamatory content. We have not been able to check risks associated with the walks submitted – please take care. When using headphones / smartphone it is all too easy to become so absorbed that you forget about what is happening around you or where you are treading – please act responsibly.
Queen Square, Bristol, UK
Queen Square in Bristol was host to one of Bristol’s historic riots, which you can now explore with this GPS-triggered audio play – which was a world first when it was first made in 2004. Move around Queen Square to hear the sounds of the riot, as the story unfolds around you. This version of […]
Museum of London Docklands, Hertsmere Road, London, UK
A/Drift is a walk in a virtual world. It starts and ends at the entrance hall of the Museum of London Docklands on West India Quay and puts the listener/walker in the role of a visitor to 2019 London Docklands from a future in which the world’s coastal cities have been submerged beneath the sea. […]
Moree Cemetery - Aboriginal section, NSW, Australia
You are standing on sacred ground, Kamilaroi ground. Beneath your feet are the remains of 220 Aboriginal people, 120 children among them, many who never made their first birthday. Most here were buried here between the years of 1940 and 1968. This was at the height of segregation, opportunities for Aboriginal people were few and […]