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Tours

TOURS


The guided history tours run on certain dates in the year, but can also be booked by groups and organisations wanting a private tour. These dates and times can be arranged to suit. To see other tours click button.

The Healing walks take place every May as part of the Lincolnshire Wolds Walking Festival, outside of those dates people need to privately book for a tour.

HEALING MANOR
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The Manor Through The Ages

A gentle stroll, suitable for all the family. Exploring the history of Healing Manor and its impact on the village. 
We'll learn about the people who lived there and how the Manor developed from Saxon times and Domesday to the present day.
The site is a Scheduled Ancient Monument due to its history and this tour is a wonderful way to explore. 
Walking across rough terrain + paved paths.
WHO
Ages 12 and up 
Up to 20 participants

WHEN
All year

WHERE
Healing Manor - front door

LENGTH
2 hours (nearly 2 miles)

COST
£5 per person

HEALING WATERCRESS
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Healing Watercress Industry

Learn more about why the village was chosen to be part of the UK's watercress industry.
This gentle stroll takes us into the area that was once marshland as we learn about why it was reclaimed.
Find out how the railway network helped the industry and why it demised.
Walking along tarmac roads and dirt tracks.



WHO
Ages 12 and up 
Up to 20 participants

WHEN
All year

WHERE
Healing Railway Station

LENGTH
1.5 hours (nearly 2 miles)

COST
£5 per person

HEALING VILLAGE
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In The Footsteps of Henry Marrows

Healing developed as a result of a Victorian builder called Henry Marrows.
Henry had an impact not only on the village, but also the nearby towns as he built schools, civic offices and other buildings.
Find out more about the man and the buildings and how Healing grew to what it is today.
Walking along footpaths.



WHO
Ages 12 and up 
Up to 20 participants

WHEN
All year

WHERE
Varies

LENGTH
2 hours (2 miles)

COST
£5 per person
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