FREE Durham Market Hall History Tour


Durham Market Hall, Durham Market Place, Durham, County Durham, DH1 3NJ

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Durham's Victorian Market Hall viewed from the Mezzanine


Come and enjoy free history tours of Durham Market Hall, hosted by local historian and archivist, David Butler.

The FREE tours are designed for small numbers, and take you on a walk around the Market Hall, with plenty of opportunities to learn, ask questions, photograph and more. The tours depart from the top of the Market Hall entrance ramp, on the Market Place. It's a brilliant opportunity to be transported back in time, to before the arrival of the city's Market Hall.

Places are limited, to reserve a place, please email or call +44 0191 384 6153.

Please note, tour dates have changed to Wednesdays for 2024.

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Opening Times

Season (17 July 2024)
Wednesday10:30 - 11:30
Season (18 Sept 2024)
Wednesday10:30 - 11:30
Season (16 Oct 2024)
Wednesday10:30 - 11:30
Season (20 Oct 2024)
Sunday10:30 - 11:30

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