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DateVisit
27 September 2018King's Lynn Guided Town Walk
02 May 2018Visit to The Polar Museum and The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge
07 February 2018The Russian Season: Royal Faberge and Radical Russia
01 November 2017Visit to the National Heritage Centre for Horseracing & Sporting Art at Newmarket
07 June 2017Tony Tucker Walk - Alleyways of the City of London
05 April 2017Burghley House
03 December 2016Concert at Holkham Hall
23 September 2016Gainsborough's House, Sudbury and Little Hall Museum, Lavenham
03 September 2016Theatre Visit
18 May 2016Boughton House near Kettering
21 April 2016 Four Norfolk Churches with John Vigar
13 April 2016Theatre Visit
06 April 2016Monet to Matisse Royal Academy Exhibition: Painting the Modern Garden:
23 October 2015Theatre Visit
17 September 2015Bletchley Park
30 June 2015'Francis Bacon and The Masters'
11 June 2015London - A Riverside Walk with Tony Tucker (City of London Guide)
04 June 2015Audley End and Saffron Walden (Fry Gallery and Bridge End Gardens)
19 March 2015St Albans Abbey, Verulamium Museum and The Roman Theatre
06 December 2014Christmas Theatre Performance
24 April 2014London Churches and Hidden Gardens with Tony Tucker (City of London Guide)
06 February 2014 'Masterpieces: Art and East Anglia'
25 September 2013Doddington Hall (nr. Lincoln)
02 July 2013'Houghton Revisited'
19 October 2012St Nicholas Chapel and Trues Yard (King's Lynn)

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King's Lynn Guided Town Walk
Thursday 27 September 2018

 

 

Meet: historian Dr Paul Richards at 11.00 am 

at Tales of the Old Gaol House, Saturday Market Place.

Cost: £4.00 per person - to be paid on the day

No need to book in advance

 

The1½ hour walk ends in the Tuesday Market Place – and will demonstrate the development of the Town, its power and wealth, from 1100 to the present day and takes in familiar and less familiar buildings including The Minster, Hampton Court, Hansa House, Quayside, Thorseby College, The Custom House, King Street and St George's Guildhall.

The walk will end at about 12.30. 

Around the Tuesday Market Place there are various restaurants where you can make your arrangements for lunch:

Prezzo

The Riverside

The Duke's Head

The Maid's Head

The Globe

The Corn Exchange 

 

NB There is no 'resting' place until St George's Guildhall towards the end of the walk – be aware that access to the Guildhall is by stairs.

 

Richard Morley