Take a tour with a difference!

Our Green Badge Guided Tours provide a wide range of fantastic tours for all the family to enjoy. For a run-down of what each tour offers, take a look at the descriptions below. The tours are really popular, so we advise that you book early. For available tours please scroll down the page. To book tickets please call Lichfield Tourist Information Centre on 01543 256611 or call into the TIC in St Mary's on the Market Square which is open 9.30am to 4.00pm Monday to Saturday.

Please note that tours may be cancelled at late notice so please contact the Information Centre if you are looking to book tickets within 48 hours of the tour taking place.  

If you would like to arrange a bespoke tour for your group please call our Groups Officer on 01543 308210 or email jonathan.oates@lichfielddc.gov.uk  

Please note that all tours are subject to availability. Tours will last for approximately 1.5 hours each, other than those which include refreshments. Please wear sensible shoes and appropriate clothing, especially on the winter evening tours.

Please note that booking is essential for all the tours listed below:

Summer Tours 2015

Blood Thirsty Lichfield
Tuesday 7 April, 10.30am
Wednesday 27 May, 10.30am
Tuesday 4 August, 2pm
Meet outside St Mary’s in the Market Square.
Price £2 for both adults and children.
All children must be accompanied by an adult.
This tour gives a thrilling insight in Lichfield’s gory past.

Stroll around the Gardens of Lichfield
Tuesday 30 June, 6.30pm
Meet outside St Mary’s in the Market Square, price £3 per person.
A relaxing stroll around the wonderful and secret gardens of Lichfield.

Georgian Gems    
Tuesday 19 May, 7pm
Meet outside St Mary’s in the Market Square, price £3 per person.
Lichfield was home to many famous Georgian characters and this tour charts their history.

Romantic Tour
Sunday 12 July, 2pm
Meet outside the St Mary’s Centre in the Market Square.
£6.25 per person, includes a cream tea at Erasmus Darwin House.
Find out about the Romantic liaisons of some
of Lichfield’s sons and daughters.