New heritage trail launching at Pittville Pump Rooms

Soak up Pittville Pump Rooms’ history in a new way on the heritage trail, launching in September 2021.

Explore the story of Pittville Pump Rooms on a new immersive heritage trail being launched at the iconic Grade I listed Regency building from September 2021.

Bringing its history to life, visitors can choose methods that suit them best, whether it’s a visual tour: viewing vignettes of artefacts from a specific era, gazing upon handmade replica models of the pump room or even taking a step back in time by trying on Regency period costumes.

There’s also a self-guided audio tour, listening to characters across the eras telling their stories, accessible via QR codes.

As well as a series of themed talks and workshops, a children’s clue hunting trail, food and drink, live music and other exciting surprises too.

Pittville Pump Room heritage open days will be running at various dates from Thursday 16 September through to Friday 12 November 2021.

For more information, call Pittville Pump Room on (01242) 528764.

By Zoe Gater

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Tuesday 20 July 2021

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