Upper Rotunda, Jerwood Centre
2.00 - 3.00pm

William Wordsworth: ground-breaking poet, key figure in British Romanticism – and active environmentalist! Discover six powerful people who inspired characters in some of Wordsworth’s most famous poems.

You’ll have the opportunity to explore a part of our library and archive rarely open to the public, learn about the women and men who left their mark on Wordsworth’s life and poetry, and even see some of William and Dorothy Wordsworth’s original manuscripts.

These free talks take place once a day at 2.00pm during Heritage Open Days, from 13 to 22 September. Free tickets are available from our shop on the day of the talk; they cannot be booked in advance and talks are limited to 12 people.

Contact us to book