Group Visits & Tours

29442726770_98cb51ed7f_zWe offer groups bespoke days out with tours, tea and talks. We are a great starting point for your visit to Lichfield. At the moment the number of visitors we can accomodate will be restricted.

All floors of our Museum are accessible by lift. A portable hearing loop with resources is available on request.

We can adapt what we have to offer depending on the interests of the group.  At the moment we are not offering refreshments, but there if you wish to buy a takeaway tea or coffee from the cafe’s in the city centre you are welcome to use one of the benches in our beautiful herb garden.

25095007992_3ec657fc51_oWe can also provide outreach talks to groups at a cost of £60, plus travel expenses (45p per mile).

Just email or give us a call to chat about your visit.

 

To book, please call us on 01543 306260, or email enquiries@erasmusdarwin.org

The options available (please bear in mind that these numbers will be restricted whilst social distancing is required:


29442733500_729de02d99_z45 minute tour of Erasmus Darwin House

£4.00 per person, up to 36 people per tour. There is a minimum cost to this activity.


45 minute tour of the Cellars

(our cellars offer a fascinating look back through the centuries and are only open by guided tour)

£3.00 per person, up to 15 people per tour, but larger groups can be split. There is a minimum cost to this activity.


20160816-dsc_03171304 20160816-dsc_03271311-hdr-pano-2-edit-edit90 minute walking tour of the historic Cathedral Close

£5.00 per person.


40 minute talk on Erasmus Darwin

£45 per talk, up to 40 people

25094560382_bb4fe20297_oIntroductory talk on the House and Erasmus

While your group enjoys refreshments in our Lunar Room, we can tell you the fascinating background to the Museum and the man himself. This then gives you free time to wander around the House in your own time and enjoy our glorious herb garden.

 

“I would like to thank you, on behalf of Burntwood and District U3A for an extremely enjoyable afternoon. Several of the group have commented how informative it was and that they had no idea of the  multitude of talents possessed by Erasmus Darwin! We were especially lucky to have had our tour partly conducted by one of our very own members – Tony.

Many thanks for allowing me to “dress up” in that beautiful gown. I really felt like the lady of the house!

We all learned so much in a short space of time. An ideal visit for members of the University of the Third Age.

Very Best Wishes, Hazel Whitehouse

Chairperson, Burntwood and District U3A”

Garden Tours

Coming soon.