Guided Walks around Boscastle with folklorist Steve Patterson
Summer is here which means the Museum will be starting our weekly guided walks from the Museum. This will be a great chance to explore Boscastle in an unusual and inspiring manner and to see the Museum in the context of the surrounding landscape and its folklore. Tickets are £7 per person, £6 concessions (ticket price includes a visit to the Museum at any time during the week of the walk). Walks will start outside the Museum on Wednesdays from July to September at 2pm. Sensible shoes and a bottle of water recommended. No need to pre-book.
There will be two different walks, the walks will be on alternate Wednesdays.
The view from Willapark near the White Tower, one of the locations visited on Walk 1
Walk 1 “The trail of the sea witches”
A 2 mile walk (lasting around an hour and a half) exploring Boscastle Harbour, the cliffs, the White Tower, Forrabury and the Stitches.
This walk will take place at 2pm on the following dates: July 5th, July 19th, August 2nd, August 16th, August 30th, September 13th, September 27th.
Above: Minster Church – one of the destinations on Walk 2
Walk 2 “The trail of the saints and witches of wood and water”
A 3 mile walk (lasting around two and a half hours) exploring the Valency Valley, Minster Woods and Churchyard and the memorial for Joan Wytte, the Fighting Fairy Woman of Bodmin.
This walk will take place at 2pm on the following dates: July 12th, July 26th, August 9th, August 23rd, September 6th, September 20th.
Sensible shoes and a bottle of water recommended. No need to pre-book.
It is recommended that you ring ahead on the day/day before of the walk to make sure it is going ahead due to weather etc. Contact the Museum on 01840 250 111 or firstname.lastname@example.org