We provide occasional guided walks; details are given here when we have one planned.
Ventnor, Cradle of the Russian Revolution
During Ventnor Fringe in 2021 the Society collaborated with Stephan Roman, author of Isle and Empires, on this intriguingly titled local history walk; it was fully sold out during the Fringe, so we’re delighted to announce that we are repeating it on 10th October 2021.
For more information click here: Ventnor, Cradle of the Russian Revolution
Walks to do on your own:
Time Travel Ventnor: a series of trail boards exploring the history of Ventnor, starting outside the Heritage Centre. For details of the trail and to download a copy of the leaflet click here: Time Travel Ventnor
St Lawrence Trails: The St Lawrence Village Trail and the St Lawrence Coastal Trail are specially written local history trails that visitors can follow by themselves, and are available to download here:
St Lawrence: The Coastal Trail / St Lawrence: The Village Trail
Ventnor Historic (Beer) Walk: This is an historic stroll through the social history of Ventnor in the early 19th Century (click image to download):
Ventnor Downs: Pre-history to Cold War
The National Trust page on Ventnor Downs details several walks including what is described as ‘a short but challenging walk, taking you from Bronze Age barrows to secretive cold war underground nuclear operations’. Click here for more informaiton: Ventnor Downs: Pre-history to Cold War
Ventnor Town Trails: a series of free printed ‘Ventnor Town Trails’ are available in the Heritage Centre.