A TOUR guide offers two short walking tours in County Durham to coincide with the Lumière festival.
Ken Bradshaw, a fully insured and trained member of the Institute of Tourist Guiding and the British Guild of Tourist Guides, promises two fascinating and fact-filled short walking tours on Friday, November 19.
He runs both for residents to explore and learn a bit more about the county and to share his passion for the area with tourists who might visit Durham for the UK’s biggest light festival, Lumiere, which has from Thursday November 18 to Sunday. , 21 November.
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Mr Bradshaw said: “The first at Barnard Castle begins at the Bowes Museum with a commentary on this magnificent market town with its incredulous Baroque museum, the magnificent Butter Market and St Mary’s Church coupled with a 12th century castle and the fascinating history of the city itself The tour starts at 10:30 am.
“That same day, in the afternoon at 3 p.m., a tour of Durham City from the Market Square begins with an overview of the city’s historic past, its medieval heart and the World Heritage Site of the UNESCO with its 900 year old cathedral and castle. ”
Tickets are through Eventbrite and cost £ 10 each and seats are limited to ensure maximum fun and be Covid compliant.
For more information and reservations go to Barnard Castle Guided Walk Where
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