Winner of the Worcestershire Education Awards 2017
Are you looking for a presentation that is different?
Well, look no further than Discover History!
We can come and visit your group, wearing authentic period clothing and
bring your chosen topic to life.
With a variety of historically accurate artefacts, your group can see, feel, smell, and in some cases reminiscence, about years gone by.
These presentations are suitable for both adult groups and children's clubs. Also, because they are hands-on, they are also great for residents who are in residential care or nursing homes.
We also offer slide show presentations on the History of Worcester,our home city that we are so passionate about. All of our guided tours have been adapted to be delivered as a slide show presentation which means you can enjoy the tour without the effort of walking or hiding beneath an umbrella!
Discover History are available to be booked any day, all year round and can visit your group at your normal meeting time, whether it is in the morning, the afternoon or in the evening.
OR WHY NOT JOIN US FOR A WALKING TOUR OF WORCESTER INSTEAD?
Group rates are available so come and join one of Worcester’s past Characters as they take you on a 90 minute historical walking tour around the making of our beautiful Cathedral City at a time to suit you.
Available all year round, whatever the weather.
Other themed tours are available. Please take a look at the Guided tours section of this web site.
WE ALSO OFFER GUIDED TOURS AROUND
THE GUILDHALL, WORCESTER TOO!
On behalf of Worcester City Council, we now offer guided tours around the Guildhall situated on Worcester’s thriving High Street.
With your own personal tour guide, we can take you to the hidden parts of this building which are not normally open to the public including what was once the holding cells for prisoners beneath the building who awaited a sentence mainly of death or deportation. Its not all doom and gloom though as we lead you to the enchanting Assembly rooms where many important visitors as well as Royals have dined. See the room where councillors once played tennis as
well as the list of Men that went to War.