Paul Dickson Tours

Norfolk

Update June 2020 

Walking tours of Norwich are resuming. Taking place in July and August with up to 5 people socially distanced, using a voice amplifier to ensure everyone can hear. Paul is also taking bookings for private tours of up to 5 people.

Shardlake’s Norwich
17 July, 31 July, 6 August, 21 August, 11 September, all at 10.30am, ticket £9.50, start from the Maids Head Hotel

Norwich: an introduction
July 24, July 30

NEW tour:
Fairhaven Woodland & Water Garden, St Benet’s Abbey and South Walsham Marshes
7 and 15 August, both at 9.30am, 2.5 to 3 hours, ticket £16, start from Fairhaven Garden
Half day guided walking tour starts at Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden. Walking through part of the beautiful natural Broadland garden, home to the King Oak, one of the oldest trees in Norfolk, before heading off to South Walsham Broad and the path beside the Fleet Dyke, which leads to a view of the 1000 year-old St Benet’s Abbey across the River Bure. Hear the story of St Benet’s, before returning to Fairhaven through South Walsham Marshes with some wildlife spotting, then finish with coffee or tea and cake in Fairhaven’s picnic area.

Pre-March 2020

Paul Dickson Tours offers year-round guided walking tours in Norwich and the Broads National Park, featuring private tours for groups of 2 to 20, along with a series of bookable public tours.

Tours include Norwich an Introduction, Shardlake’s Norwich – celebrating CJ Sansom’s novel Tombland, Rails, Trails and Sails – a full day tour in Norwich and the Broads, Norwich Historic Pub Tour, The Great Market, Tombland and the Maids Head Hotel, Colegate: People and Places, Boardman and Skipper – architectural legacy, River, Merchants and Markets – a half day tour in Norwich, and Norwich on the Dark Side.

Paul is an official City of Norwich Tourist Guide and an English National Parks Experience Collection provider.

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