Venue: St Thomas's Church | City: Lymington
The Story of Lymington walk takes you through the heart of the town and follows Lymington’s journey from Norman times when it was a planned new town, with a thriving port, through to the present day centre for tourism, sailing and retirement.
Much of the original Norman layout survives but with the prosperity of Georgian times the timber-framed houses were replaced in the fashionable style of the day using brick.
Much of the wealth in the town at that period came from the salt industry and as you walk down the present High Street you will see some of the elegant Georgian buildings which survive today.
This walk begins at St Thomas’s Church and ends at the Town Quay
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