Tours and Talks

What Lies Below – the gravestones of Lichfield Cathedral

Sunday 16 June at 2pm

On this walking tour around the graveyard of Lichfield
Cathedral I’ll be advising people to look down at what lies underneath their feet and not upwards to the three spires of the cathedral!
I’ll be telling the story of some of the people who have their gravestones in the cathedral’s graveyard – who include bishops, deans, vicars, workmen, pub landladies and scholars!
The tour will last an hour and a half and will go around the cathedral graveyard areas.  Bring suitable clothing and sensible walking shoes as parts of the graveyard are on sloped, uneven lawns.

Tour cost is £6 per person, you can book online using Paypal, credit or debit cards, please click on the button below and select the number of tickets required.

Tickets required

The Plaques of Lichfield – Signs of a City

Saturday 22 June at 11am and 2pm

Sometimes unseen by locals and visitors alike there are a number of plaques around the city centre that tell the history and heritage of Lichfield. This tour, in association with the Lichfield Civic Society, takes a gentle stroll round the streets of Lichfield following a trail of plaques that describe the people, buildings, structures and locations, from Samuel Johnson’s favourite willow tree to the former home of his best friend David Garrick.

The tour lasts an hour and a half and there are two start times – 11am and 2pm. Please select the appropriate star time and the number of tour tickets from the drop-down menu and press the Buy Now button.
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11am Tour

Tickets required – 11am

2pm Tour

Tickets required – 2pm