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Winchelsea Cellars Tour

Winchelsea Cellars Tour near Playden, East Sussex

Below are upcoming Winchelsea Cellars Tour events happening in Playden and the surrounding area. You can add your own events here.

Past Winchelsea Cellars Tour near Playden, East Sussex

Below are past that have already happened in Playden and the surrounding area. You can add your own events here.

September 2017

Winchelsea Cellars Tour

Tour
Thursday, 28th September 2017 from 11:00am
Winchelsea
ryeartsfestival.co.uk

There will be seven similar tours over the two weeks of the Festival. The tours are led by expert local guides, who show visitors around some of Winchelsea’s original 13th Century barrel-vaulted cellars, which are normally closed to the public.

The tour will include descriptions of the history of Winchelsea, once a leading member of the Cinque Ports Federation.

Some of the cellars are difficult to access and visitors are encouraged to bring a torch and wear sensible shoes.
Booking essential as tour is limited to 24 people £7.50 - Currently available to Friends of the Festival only.
Tickets available to the general public from 07/08/17 -
Tuesday 19th September, Thursday 21st September, Saturday 23rd September, Sunday 24th September, Tuesday 26th September and Thursday 28th September.

Winchelsea Cellars Tour

Tour
Tuesday, 26th September 2017 from 11:00am
Winchelsea
ryeartsfestival.co.uk

There will be seven similar tours over the two weeks of the Festival. The tours are led by expert local guides, who show visitors around some of Winchelsea’s original 13th Century barrel-vaulted cellars, which are normally closed to the public.

The tour will include descriptions of the history of Winchelsea, once a leading member of the Cinque Ports Federation.

Some of the cellars are difficult to access and visitors are encouraged to bring a torch and wear sensible shoes.
Booking essential as tour is limited to 24 people £7.50 - Currently available to Friends of the Festival only.
Tickets available to the general public from 07/08/17 -
Tuesday 19th September, Thursday 21st September, Saturday 23rd September, Sunday 24th September, Tuesday 26th September and Thursday 28th September.

Winchelsea Cellars Tour

Tour
Sunday, 24th September 2017 from 11:00am
Winchelsea
ryeartsfestival.co.uk

There will be seven similar tours over the two weeks of the Festival. The tours are led by expert local guides, who show visitors around some of Winchelsea’s original 13th Century barrel-vaulted cellars, which are normally closed to the public.

The tour will include descriptions of the history of Winchelsea, once a leading member of the Cinque Ports Federation.

Some of the cellars are difficult to access and visitors are encouraged to bring a torch and wear sensible shoes.
Booking essential as tour is limited to 24 people £7.50 - Currently available to Friends of the Festival only.
Tickets available to the general public from 07/08/17 -
Tuesday 19th September, Thursday 21st September, Saturday 23rd September, Sunday 24th September, Tuesday 26th September and Thursday 28th September.

Winchelsea Cellars Tour

Tour
Saturday, 23rd September 2017 from 11:00am
Winchelsea
ryeartsfestival.co.uk

There will be seven similar tours over the two weeks of the Festival. The tours are led by expert local guides, who show visitors around some of Winchelsea’s original 13th Century barrel-vaulted cellars, which are normally closed to the public.

The tour will include descriptions of the history of Winchelsea, once a leading member of the Cinque Ports Federation.

Some of the cellars are difficult to access and visitors are encouraged to bring a torch and wear sensible shoes.
Booking essential as tour is limited to 24 people £7.50 - Currently available to Friends of the Festival only.
Tickets available to the general public from 07/08/17 -
Tuesday 19th September, Thursday 21st September, Saturday 23rd September, Sunday 24th September, Tuesday 26th September and Thursday 28th September.

Winchelsea Cellars Tour

Tour
Thursday, 21st September 2017 from 11:00am
Winchelsea
ryeartsfestival.co.uk

There will be seven similar tours over the two weeks of the Festival. The tours are led by expert local guides, who show visitors around some of Winchelsea’s original 13th Century barrel-vaulted cellars, which are normally closed to the public.

The tour will include descriptions of the history of Winchelsea, once a leading member of the Cinque Ports Federation.

Some of the cellars are difficult to access and visitors are encouraged to bring a torch and wear sensible shoes.
Booking essential as tour is limited to 24 people £7.50 - Currently available to Friends of the Festival only.
Tickets available to the general public from 07/08/17 -
Tuesday 19th September, Thursday 21st September, Saturday 23rd September, Sunday 24th September, Tuesday 26th September and Thursday 28th September.

Winchelsea Cellars Tour

Tour
Tuesday, 19th September 2017 from 11:00am
Winchelsea
ryeartsfestival.co.uk

There will be seven similar tours over the two weeks of the Festival. The tours are led by expert local guides, who show visitors around some of Winchelsea’s original 13th Century barrel-vaulted cellars, which are normally closed to the public.

The tour will include descriptions of the history of Winchelsea, once a leading member of the Cinque Ports Federation.

Some of the cellars are difficult to access and visitors are encouraged to bring a torch and wear sensible shoes.
Booking essential as tour is limited to 24 people £7.50 - Currently available to Friends of the Festival only.
Tickets available to the general public from 07/08/17 -
Tuesday 19th September, Thursday 21st September, Saturday 23rd September, Sunday 24th September, Tuesday 26th September and Thursday 28th September.

Winchelsea Cellars Tour

Tour
Saturday, 16th September 2017 from 11:00am
Winchelsea
ryeartsfestival.co.uk

There will be seven similar tours over the two weeks of the Festival. The tours are led by expert local guides, who show visitors around some of Winchelsea’s original 13th Century barrel-vaulted cellars, which are normally closed to the public.

The tour will include descriptions of the history of Winchelsea, once a leading member of the Cinque Ports Federation.

Some of the cellars are difficult to access and visitors are encouraged to bring a torch and wear sensible shoes.
Booking essential as tour is limited to 24 people £7.50 - Currently available to Friends of the Festival only.
Tickets available to the general public from 07/08/17 -
Tuesday 19th September, Thursday 21st September, Saturday 23rd September, Sunday 24th September, Tuesday 26th September and Thursday 28th September.

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