Your group (of 13 to 24 people) will divide into four groups which will each take part in three or four activities, including a House Tour. Everyone will enjoy a Tour and a Talk or a Walk as well as some time to enjoy the local area or a trip into the centre of Cambridge.
If you have specific requirements then we can discuss them, however we have crafted a choice of activities which we hope you’ll really enjoy. Talks take place in the relaxed environment of the Visitor Centre directly next door to the David Parr House at 184 Gwydir Street.
A House Tour
An Introduction to F R Leach for whom David Parr worked and who also worked with George Bodley, William Morris and other masters on Arts & Crafts and neo-Gothic decorative work around Cambridge and across the country.
Walking in the Footsteps of David Parr a guided walk around the local area discovering the Mill Road of the 1880s to the 1920s.
The Conservation of the David Parr House a talk about the various conservation skills involved in saving the house and opening it up to visitors.
There are other activities available in Cambridge that are relevant to the story of the David Parr House, which we could help you to arrange if you prefer:
A guided tour of All Saints’ Church (additional cost)
Neo-Gothic Cambridge – a guided walk (self-led or guided at an additional cost)
Visit to the Fitzwilliam Museum (Trumpington Street, Cambridge, Free)
Visit to the Museum of Cambridge (Castle Hill, Cambridge, Entrance fee)
Visit to Kettles Yard (Castle Hill, Cambridge, Entrance fee and pre-book)
Please note before booking: we welcome children aged 12 and over (due to the delicate nature of the artwork the house is unsuitable for younger children).
Special requirements? Access information is available here.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your booking.