The Anglo-Saxon origins of The Lord of the Rings story are explored in this guided tour – PRE BOOKING ESSENTIAL
Find out about the links between Tolkien and the Anglo-Saxon world on a guided tour from a member of the Tolkien Society and a Middle Earth enthusiast.
The Anglo-Saxon Village was also a set used in ‘Born of Hope’ a fan film which prequels The lord of the Rings. The tour, which lasts a little over an hour, concludes with a ‘riddle battle’ like that in The Hobbit.
– This is partly an outdoor event so please wear sensible clothing
– The event is suitable for adults and/or accompanied young people 10 years and over; all must be paying participants.
– Please meet at the West Stow Visitor Centre 10 minutes before session start time.
– This event will go ahead in most weather conditions apart from extreme wind and/or rain (introduction inside).
Parking: Normal parking fees apply (£2 for the day)
Dates: Sunday 26 July, Sunday 23 August, Saturday 19 September, Sunday 25 October
Times: 1.30pm-2.45pm for July & August tours and 1.00pm-2.15pm for the September & October tour
Tickets: Adults £20, Concessions £10
Booking: Essential – use the ‘Book now’ button below or call 01284 758000
Venue: West Stow Anglo-Saxon Village
This event is promoted by Arnor Heritage Projects.