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Guided Tours of Oswestry Town

Do you want to know more about Oswestry? Hear about our history as you wander around the town with one of our local guides, listen to myths and legends as you stroll through the parks and alleyways of our border market town – then come on a guided tour.
Tours run from Easter to September every Saturday at 11am from the Tourist Information Centre, Castle View, SY11 1 JR.  
We also also offer tours for groups and individuals. We can even customise a tour for your interests. 
Please ring to find out more on 01691 662753.
There are two self guided walking tours of Oswestry. One is a the Town Trail and the other the Wilfred Owen Trail telling something of the early life of Wilfred Owen, the war poet, who lived in Oswestry until he was four. Both are available in the Tourist Information Centre, Castle view, Arthur Street SY11 1JR and from the map dispensers around town. For more ideas for walks and drives around the area – click here. 

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