Discover the district with free visitor map
A new Visit Lichfield map highlighting top local attractions is being launched to encourage visitors to take advantage of all there is to see and do across Lichfield District.
Lichfield is renowned for its wonderful cathedral but did you know about the Letocetum Roman site and museum? Have you ever visited Fradley Junction that opened in 1790? When was the last time you let your hair down at Drayton Manor Theme Park?
Whether you are a visitor or have lived in the area all your life, there is something for everyone, including Chasewater Country Park, Chasewater Railway, the National Memorial Arboretum, The Staffordshire Regiment Museum and more.
The good news is there is now a free visitor map with all the key local attractions. Visit Lichfield has produced a fold out leaflet that features a large map of the district on the outside and a detailed map of Lichfield city centre on the inside.
Councillor Iain Eadie, Lichfield District Council’s Cabinet Member responsible for Visitor Economy, said:
“With such a wealth of places to visit across the district, we wanted to make sure visitors don’t miss out on them, which is where our handy map comes in.
“Using the free district map is the perfect way to plan a trip and the city map will make sure you can find your way to all of Lichfield’s historic streets and attractions.”
The visitor map is available for free at the Visitor Information Centre at St Mary’s on the Market Square in Lichfield and can be downloaded online at www.visitlichfield.co.uk/maps.
To find out more about Lichfield District’s attractions, shops, places to dine and stay, go to www.visitlichfield.co.uk.