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William Booth Town Trail

Nottingham Tourist Information Centre, Smithy Row, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG1 2BY
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Thursday 20th July 2017, 2pm - 4pm

Join the curator of the William Booth Birthplace Museum on a walking adventure around Nottingham as you follow a trail of historical facts to discover the truth about the founder of The Salvation Army's formative days in Nottingham. As you visit places associated with Booth you will pass some of the town's sites of interest, including: the Council House, St Mary's Church and the Lace Market Theatre.

The trail includes a stop inside the hidden gem that is St Stephen's Church, Sneinton, and ends at the William Booth Birthplace Museum in Sneinton, where you can step back in time and see William's birthplace as it looked in 1829 and wander around the museum at your leisure. Free, but booking is essential (spaces limited).

STARTS: In front of the Nottingham Tourism Centre, Smithy Row, Nottingham NG1 2BY

Approximately 90 to 120 mins. Approximately 1.6 miles.

Online bookings can be made by clicking on the booking link listed on the museum's webpage at: https://www.salvationarmy.org.uk/william-booth-birthplace-museum or by calling the Museum on 0115 979 3464.

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