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Historic Derby Guided Tours
Sat 29 Jan - Sat 26 Mar
Location: Sales and Information Centre, Full Street
Most tickets cost more when booked via telephone or in person at box office. See our Ts & Cs for details.
Please meet your tour guide outside the the Sales and Information Centre
Running Time: 1 hour 30 minutes - approximate, including any interval(s).
Come on a guided tour and find out about the history of Derby.
A cathedral city in the centre of England, lying on the River Derwent, rich in history, culture and diversity. A story of Romans, Vikings and onto the 18th century enlightenment, Derby became noted for fine ceramics, industry and engineering. A centre of the British railway industry, it is the home of iconic Rolls Royce and the Toyota car assembly plant. Derby located at the start of the UNESCO Derwent Valley World Heritage site, hosts the world’s first factory, now the Museum of Making.
Starting at the Sales and Information Centre on Full Street you will be guided across the city by your tour guide, the walk is around 2 miles in length and the tour finishes at the Derby Museum and Art Gallery.
This walk is suitable for 12 years and over
Group rates are available, please contact the Sales and Information Centre to book on 01332 255800 option 1.
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