Regular guided walks take place throughout the year. Various donations and charges will apply.
Richmond Town Walks
Explore the colourful history of Richmond and hear some of its fascinating stories in this volunteer-led walk, lasting between an hour and 90 minutes. They remain on level ground - as far as is possible in Richmond! Walks take place on Wednesdays and Fridays and must be pre-booked. Other days may be available on request.
More information: Dorothy Storry 07427 981840 or email: email@example.com
These hour-long walks are a stunning way to find out more about the town - planes, prisoners, boats, boots, bridges, nurses, Normans, Belgians, castles and trains all feature!
Starting from The Green Howards Museum, you will take a walk round Richmond with your knowledgeable guide, enjoying the scenery but also spotting the clues to its military past.
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Local guide Rhoda Fraser brings to life local stories, traditions and legends, including the Drummer Boy and Potter Thompson.
Lasting for just over an hour, the walks are suitable for all ages and take place on Fridays and Saturdays in August. Meet at the Turf Hotel or Friary Gardens at 6.30pm. Other times and dates can be arranged by appointment.
More information: Rhoda Fraser 01748 818156 or 07775 618472.