Towards the end of the 18th century Lichfield became one of the most well-known cities in the whole of the country and this was partly down to four of the most famous, and influential people associated with the city. The lexicographer Samuel Johnson, the physician Erasmus Darwin, the stage actor David Garrick and the ground-breaking poetess Anna Seward all helped to promote the name of Lichfield across the country…and beyond. The tour tells the story of all four of these Georgian greats while visiting the houses and locations where they lived and stayed.
Duration: 1h30 | Walking: Moderate
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