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Guided Walk: Prehistoric Sizergh

Explore the traces of Sizergh’s prehistoric past, and its picturesque present, with a guided walk to Sizergh Fell. Booking is essential.

  • Booking essential
  • Free event

Sizergh’s estate is home to a number of prehistoric burial sites and traces of our Roman past. Discover hidden histories, beautiful views and fascinating nature with a guided walk. Our friendly, knowledgeable volunteers will lead the way, and you’ll wander through diverse limestone grassland and take in the wildlife, from grasses and flowers to birds and invertebrates, glimpsing stunning panoramic views over Morecambe Bay. This walk will take around two hours.

Times

The basics

Booking details

Call 0344 249 1895

Meeting point

Please meet outside Visitor Reception (in the main building just off the car park).

What to bring and wear

Please wear sturdy footwear and waterproofs if needed.

Accessibility

There is an accessible toilet in the Visitor Centre.

Other

The walks are free, but please remember our car park is pay and display (or if you're a National Trust member, please scan your membership card at the machine for a free ticket). Any donations towards the upkeep of the estate would be greatly appreciated.

Contact info

Central Box Office

Upcoming events

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Summer of Play 

Step back in time with Summer of Play at Sizergh.

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on
20 Jun to 8 Sep 2024
at
10:00 to 16:30
+ 80 other dates or times
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Garden Tours 

Discover Sizergh’s garden and plant collection with a garden tour.

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on
20 Jun to 31 Oct 2024
at
14:00 to 15:00
+ 101 other dates or times
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Pop-up talk: The Sizergh Sisters 

Discover some of Sizergh’s lesser-known stories with pop-up talks.

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on
27 Jun to 29 Oct 2024
at
14:15 to 14:45
+ 9 other dates or times
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Guided Walk: Ancient Trees and Magnificent Murals 

Discover spectacular ancient trees and a historic mural with a guided walk to Helsington Church. Booking is essential.

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on
1 Jul to 26 Aug 2024
at
11:00 to 13:00
+ 4 other dates or times