1st Sept & 3rd Nov 2018
In partnership with:
Richmond Local Studies Library
1.5 hrs (approx)
Each group has a guide pace so you can stay in your comfort zone.
with earlybird, £19 afterwards.
One Child FREE with every adult ticket
Short breaks to learn about the key places and institutions in Richmond in WWI
Original research from The National Archives
Refreshments at the end
We're delighted to partner up with The National Archives to headline the "Know Your Place" festival, managed by the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames.
Join a 7km running or walking tour to learn about the key places and institutions in Richmond that were of great importance during WW1 in the run up to Armistice 100 - a century since the end of the First World War.
We'll begin at The National Archives, see the Royal Botanical Gardens and the Poppy Factory and many other sites along a scenic route before enjoying some light refreshments at the Local Studies Library (Old Town Hall, Richmond).
Book your ticket now
**EARLYBIRD: Book before the end of September and get your tickets for just £14 (for the November dates)
Tickets are £19 after that (+ booking fee). Includes small groups at various paces, a history-loving guide, photos and refreshments at the end.
Pick a speed that you're comfortable with - this helps keep you in your comfort zone during the run.
September 1st 2018
10:30am - Mixed ability running tour
2:30pm - Walking tour
November 3rd 2018
10:30am - Running tour (we'll break into two groups based on pace. The fastest for regular runners, the slower pace a very gentle trot.
2:30pm - Walking tour
2:30pm - Running tour at a gentle pace (12 minute miles)
No one gets left behind on our tours - we are running to explore London's history, not to set any PBs!
Book a private tour at a time convenient for you! Contact us with details on the size of our party and preferred date and time.
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