During the 60 year reign of Queen Victoria Lichfield grew and developed with an increasing population and expansion of the inner city. This tour describes some of the great benefactors, businessmen and entrepreneurs that helped to remodel the city as well as illustrating the many splendid Victorian red-brick buildings that line the city’s streets. Highlights include the The Old Library and Museum, the statue of Samuel Johnson, the tragic story of Edward Shakeshaft and the restoration of the west front of Lichfield Cathedral.
Duration: 1h30 | Walking: Moderate
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