Walking Tours

 

The Circus

Bath

From the Romans to the Twenty First Century, Bath offers a   unique experience with stunning architecture such as Queen Square, Pulteney Bridge, Circus and Royal Crescent.

On a walking tour you will get a fascinating insight into how Bath became the world-class World Heritage Site it is today.  Britain's only hot springs are right here.

 S S Great Britain Bristol

Bristol

A city with a rich and eventful maritime history, the Old City district is much as it was hundreds of years ago. Explore the narrow cobbled streets and magnificent buildings of Bristol's original old town. A City walking tour will ensure you do not miss the Llandoger Trow on King Street, the elegance of Queen Square or the Corn Exchange in Bristol's old financial quarter plus much more in hidden alley ways and bye ways.

Bristol Cathedral a church has stood on this site for over 1000 years. See the magnificent Norman Chapter House as well as the stunning architecture that makes Bristol Cathedral the major example of a "hall church" in Great Britain and one of the finest anywhere in the world.

Glastobury Abbey Great Church

   Glastonbury

The Abbey a rich and powerful monastery founded in 8th century. A tour will include its history and architecture, Joseph of Arimathea, St. Dunstan, Kings of Saxon England and legends of King Arthur. Glastonbury Abbey is set in 36 beautifully peaceful acres of parkland in the centre of the ancient market town of Glastonbury

 Explore the town on foot and discover the Abbey Barn, Abbey House, the Tribunal used by the infamous Judge Jefferys, stop for a drink at the George and Pilgrims Inn which was the Abbey guest house . Visit the churches of St John's and St Benedict's. Discover how Town and Abbey worked together. 

Glastonbury Tor and Wearyall Hill

From Wearyall Hill you get views over the Town and the Abbey, see where Joseph of Arimathea planted his staff which blossomed into the Glastonbury Holy Thorn. Walk to Glastonbury Tor rising 159 metres out of the Somerset levels with St Michael's church tower on the summit.  The dramatic and evocative Tor dominates the surrounding countryside and offers spectacular views over Somerset, Dorset and Wiltshire.

Take just one of the walking tours or any combination of the three. Tours tailored to the time you have available.

Combine a visit to Glastonbury with a visit to Wells

Wells Cathedral

Wells

The smallest city in England and the only one in Somerset.

A gem of a place with its moated Bishop's Palace, still the residence of the Bishop of Bath and Wells.

Vicars' Close claimed to be the most complete medieval street in Europe.

Wells Cathedral one of the finest examples of Early English architecture (12th-14th century) with its magnificent West Front, the inverted arches of the nave which were added in 1338, to strengthen the base of the central tower, see the famous astronomical clock. Discover much more on a walking tour of Wells including a visit to the Cathedral (entrance by donation) 

Combine your visit to Wells with a visit to Glastonbury