To explore 16th-century Amersham in a fun way with the help of Tudor-costumed guides, join our Tudor Walk. The walks will be resumed in spring 2024.

Join our guided walk organised by the Amersham Museum where you are going to be led by the costumed guides.

This walk tells you about life – and death – in Amersham in Tudor times; food and drink, work and housing, fairs and markets, sickness and cures, clothing, ghosts and religious beliefs. Costumed guides will tell you about the Lollard martyrs as you visit some of the places relevant to their stories.

Please, note the walk includes a steady climb through fields to the martyrs’ memorial.

Walks usually last about 2¼ hours but can be shortened by request. 

Tudor Walks start from the Museum at 2.30 pm on the last Saturday of the month (April to September).

So, if this walk whets your appetite, do continue with other guided walks to learn even more.

£6 for adults, children are free. 

For more information, and details or to book tickets, please, visit the website.

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Photo credits: Susan Bosher and The Amersham Museum

 

AddressAmersham Museum: 49, High Street, Old Amersham