Chichester Tour Guides Chichester England, PO19 1QU

Join us on one of our regular Chichester City guided tours to hear stories from the past and discover places that you’ve never seen before. A walking tour provides a fascinating and informative insight into the history and culture of…

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Join us on one of our regular Chichester City guided tours to hear stories from the past and discover places that you’ve never seen before. A walking tour provides a fascinating and informative insight into the history and culture of the City. In order to ensure a relaxed and informal atmosphere with plenty of opportunity to ask questions, we like to keep our groups small.

For those of you who already know Chichester well, we offer a wide selection of specialist walks to tickle your fancy: Roman Archaeology, Georgian History, Architecture through the centuries, Art – modern and ancient, Great Personalities, Ecclesiastical History, Parish Churches through the ages and many more!

We also offer half and full-day excursions deeper into Sussex and over the border to Hampshire. We are always delighted to put together a bespoke guided tour according to your own desires. All our city (Green Badge) and regional (Blue Badge) guides are qualified to the highest level by the Institute of Tourist Guiding and regularly undertake Continuous Professional Development activities.

As well as conducting walking tours and mini-bus excursions, we love presenting one-off talks or lecture series on topics of local history for local organisations, businesses and social groups.

So, don’t hesitate to email or call, to chat over your ideas!

www.chtg.co.uk

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01243 850533

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