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Borrowcop Gazebo was built in 1804 and provides stunning views of Lichfield and surrounding areas. It is said to be the location of the burial ground of three Christian kings killed in battle by Roman troops.
The Georgian Grade II listed walled garden, nestled in the village of Elford, has been brought back to life over the past few years thanks to the tireless efforts of a group of volunteers called the Elford Hall Garden Project.
The Garden of Remembrance is a tranquil green haven, nestled between Minster Pool, Museum Gardens and the Cathedral. It is a lovely quiet spot to contemplate and rest, during a busy day in the city.
Lichfield Clock Tower, also known as Friary Clock Tower, is a 19th century Grade II listed clock tower located on The Friary, just opposite Festival Gardens, in the heart of the city. The tower dates from 1863, when it first stood on the junction of Bird Street and Bore Street over the site of the...
Lichfield District Council's Council Chamber and Chief Executiveâ€™s office are housed in two of Lichfieldâ€™s most historic buildings â€“ Lichfield Grammar School and the School Masterâ€™s House. The two buildings date back to 1682.
The Lichfield pinfold is situated on Beacon Street, and dates back to the times of cattle markets in Lichfield.
Lord Brooke was an English Civil War Roundhead General, who commanded Parliament forces in Warwickshire and Staffordshire. Lord Brooke was killed during the 1st siege of Lichfield Cathedral in 1643.
Minster Pool & Walk is a beatiful tranquil spot in the heart of the city, nestled between Beacon Park, Stowe Pool and Lichfield Cathedral. The pool affords delightful views of the Cathedral's spire across the water.
Monks Walk Garden is a charming hidden garden, located in the grounds of Staffordshire University and Lichfield Library and the public has free access at all times. Feel free to visit, spend time and contemplate in our beautiful surroundings.
Museum Gardens is a beautiful tranquil spot, in the heart of the city centre. It is home to a stunning water feature, three statues, including one of Commander Smith, Captain of the Titanic. It was restored to its former glory in 2011 and in the summer boasts glorious displays of...
Prince Rupert was the nephew of Charles I. He was arguably the most famous and distinguished Royalist of the English Civil War. Amongst his notable victories was the capture of Lichfield Cathedral Close in 1643. Prince Rupert created an artillery mount, known as St Rupert's Mount,...
Speakers' Corner Lichfield was launched in May 2009, with the help of the Speakersâ€™ Corner Trust, to much applause. Hundreds of people joined in the celebrations which featured over 30 speeches, musical and dance performances, as well as star appearances from BBCâ€™s Jo Malin and ex Corrie Star...
On 24 November 2012, at Wall in Staffordshire, a lasting monument to the Queen's Diamond Jubilee was unveiled alongside Watling Street, close to its junction with ancient Ryknild Street, where once stood a milestone of the reign of the Emperor Marcus Aurelius Claudis (268-70).