Dartmouth Heritage Walk
Available all year
Enjoy a leisurely walk in historical Dartmouth
Discover historical landmarks including where the Mayflower anchored
Visit the old market that was originally a tidal creek in 1620
Shopping, galleries, museums, arts and crafts at your leisure
With a rich maritime heritage
Dartmouth is full of history. It was the sailing point for crusades and in 1620, the Mayflower anchored here. Your guide will take you along Butterwalk with merchant houses from the 1600s. Visit the old market. Walk up Chapel Lane to the Baptist meeting house from 1646 where Thomas Newcomen, inventor of the first successful steam engine, was a preacher. And explore the town at your leisure.
Remarks/requirements: Appropriate clothing and comfortable walking shoes
Walking information: Estimated 2 Km.
Wheelchair accessible: No.
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