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Medieval Jewish Winchester Guided Walking Tour

Sunday 13:30

Winchester Visitor Information Centre

A medieval Jewish themed walking tour of Winchester.


Sunday 13:30
Sunday 15:00

May 12th 2024 at 13:30 - May 12th 2024 at 15:00

Sunday 13:30
Sunday 15:00

July 14th 2024 at 13:30 - July 14th 2024 at 15:00

Event details

Address:Visitor Information Centre, The Guildhall

Postcode:SO23 9GH

Tickets:Tickets are £11 for adults, £5 for children (under 16)

Contact Information:Tel: 01962 840 500


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Join one of Winchester’s professional guides for a 90 minute walking tour, starting at Winchester Visitor Information Centre. The tour focuses on Winchester’s Jewish community in the medieval period. The route passes the north side of the Cathedral before crossing the High Street to St. Peter’s Street and Jewry Street, once the main area of Jewish population. During the 1200s some members of the Winchester community were very wealthy and powerful including Licoricia and her family. The tour then visits the site of Winchester Castle and covers the politics and prejudice that led to the expulsion of the community in 1290. Tickets are available in advance through the website or in person at the Visitor Information Centre.


By Bus:Close to Winchester Bus Station.


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