Ventnor Victorian architecture: 1st and 2nd December 2018
This walk will be led by Richard Downing, and is offered free of charge as part of our ‘Ventnorville’ Christmas Celebrations. The walk starts at the Heritage Centre, 11 Spring Hill, at 11.30 am on Saturday 1st, repeated at 2 pm on Sunday 2nd. It will last an hour, maybe an hour and a half, depending on who contributes. No booking – first come first served!
Trails to walk on your own:
‘Ventnor Town Trails’: a series of printed ‘Ventnor Town Trails’ are available in the Heritage Museum.
‘Ventnor Heritage Trail’: this is series of trail boards around the town, established by the Ventnor & Undercliff Heritage Partnership in 2016. The first of the boards is located outside the Museum, and copies of the trail leaflet are available in the Museum, or can be downloaded here.
‘St Lawrence Village Trail’ and ‘St Lawrence Coastal Trail’ (both produced by the Ventnor & Undercliff Heritage Partnership), and the ‘Ventnor Historic (Beer) Walk’ are specially written local history trails visitors can follow by themselves, to explore the fascinating history of our town. They are available to download from this page – click on the images below:
Ventnor Historic (Beer) Walk: An historic stroll through the social history of Ventnor in the early 19th Century (click image to download):
St Lawrence Coastal Trail : (click image to download):
St Lawrence Village Trail (click image to download):