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Selected Saturdays until March 2021 | 10.30am (see below for details)
Tickets: £6

Booking essential - please select the 'Website' button above.

Virtual tours running to March 2020 - 30 minute slices of entertainment & discovery during these strange times! 

All you need is access to the internet and once you have booked you will be sent details of how to join the virtual tour via Zoom.

Upcoming events:

Saturday 16 January| 10:30am | Wellington Circus
A 30-minute virtual stroll around a small area of Nottingham. We will explore some of the buildings along High Pavement, hear about the city's oldest religious building and its connections with Robin Hood, plus lace warehouses, elegant houses and a very long staircase. There is so much to see and hear about along this street that it's been split into two tours. Tour 2 starts at St Mary's Church and finishes at Hollowstone.
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Saturday 30 January| 10:30am | Shakespeare Street
Join a 30-minute virtual stroll around a small area of Nottingham. We’ll pass the buildings of a local University & discover something of their former occupants, see where Nottingham Forest Football Club was founded and perhaps end up having fun at the YMCA.
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Saturday 13 February | 10.30am | Nottingham's Arboretum
A 30-minute virtual exploration of several different aspects of cake. From King Alfred’s less successful baking attempts, to cultural associations and regional variations, via dances and celebrations . With a dash of language and a small pinch of history this tour aims to whet your appetite for the holiday season. No recipes, baking tips, or free samples - just a glorious celebration of cake.
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Saturday 27 February | 10.30am | Low Pavement
Join a 30-minute virtual stroll around a small area of Nottingham. We’ll hear about the occupants of several Georgian houses, find an unexpected building designed by a local architect and the family business of a renowned local author.
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Saturday 3 March | 10.30am | Stoney Street
Join a 30-minute virtual stroll around a small area of Nottingham in the heart of the Lace Market. With monumental former industrial buildings, the city’s oldest postbox plus pictures of some of Nottingham’s most famous sons and daughters. Lots to explore in the Creative Quarter.
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Gold Star Guides was founded and is run by Felicity Whittle, an award-winning Blue Badge Tourist Guide. She has been entertaining visitors from home and abroad for over a decade and now offers literature-themed and heritage walking tours in and around Nottingham.

Comments from previous participants on a Gold Star Guides virtual tour:

Very enjoyable virtual tours which provided much relief in these difficult times. On-line presentation means you can see the detail which is often missed when in-situ. Happy to do more of them.

Well, that was just wonderful. Your delivery is superb. Very clear and engaging. My attention did not wander for a moment.

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