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City of Peel - Heritage Strolls

Type:Town Walk

City of Peel - Heritage Strolls

About

Peel is a part of our magical island. The streets are steeped in the memories of time’s past. It has had many lives from the Vikings to military to religious to fishing and many more. Peel wears its history on its sleeve for all to see. These walks will give you a flavour of what happened here. If you listen carefully Peel may tell you it many secrets. We hope you enjoy these walks and stories.

Walk 1: Kippers, Boats & Quays >
Allow 1 to 2 hours

Walk 2: Town Shops & Seaside >
Allow 1 - 2 hours

Walk 3: Tea & Quay >
Allow 45 - 60 minutes

Walk 4: Bracing Clifftop Stroll & Victorian Tourist Hotspots >
Allow 1 - 2 hours

Walking trails produced by Peel Heritage Trust. There is a condensed history of Peel on the Peel Heritage website.

Most of the information for these walks was gleaned from Peel a Slice of Time by Bill Quine and Vic Bates. Copies of all the walks in a souvenir booklet forrmat are available from the Leece Museum and the Newsagent in Michael Street.

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