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Things to see and do in Hitchin
Daytime activities
Best days to visit    Hitchin Market    Museums    Historic Buildings
Hitchin Religions    Recommended Tour/Itinery   Around Hitchin 

 

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Hitchin is a small vibrant market town with a thriving music scene and most of its traditional qualities still intact.

Best days to visit are Tuesday,Thursday & Friday
Avoid visiting on Wednesday as there is no market and the museums are shut
Tuesday - traditional market selling fruit & veg,flowers
Wednesday - try to visit another day
Thursday - traditional market selling fruit & veg,flowers
Friday -  antiques/crafts market

British Schools
Hitchin Museum
St Marys Church
Tilehouse Street
Market Square
 
 

Click on the links above to learn more


 
 
 
Museums

 

Historic Buildings

 


 
 
Recommended Tour Of Hitchin






 

 Around Hitchin

Hitchin is sandwiched between the contrasting towns of Letchworth and Stevenage.
Letchworth was the world's first Garden City (designed on principles of a pleasant environment for all citizens).It lacks nightlife but has improved in recent years with the opening of more pubs.It is well worth visiting during the day.

Stevenage is quite a contrast.It has been described as a vast cultural wasteland and is a large new town -  virtually a city in size.It is devoid of a music scene and historical attractions but nightlife has improved in recent years with the leisure park.It is home to the Gordon Craig Theatre and for general non specialist shopping(clothes/food)it is superior to Hitchin and Letchworth.

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