Regular Guided Walks
Regular Guided Walks
If you're looking for things to do in Worcester, why not take one of our Regular Guided Walks?
Enjoy an entertaining stroll around the medieval streets, the riverside, off the 'Tourist Track' with amazing tales of Kings and Vikings, triumphs and tragedies, all part of the history of our beautiful city.
Starting and ending at the Tourist Information Centre, Guildhall in the High Street, at 11.00am every Tuesday to Saturday (from Easter until the end of September) our circular Guided Tour of the Worcester city centre takes approximately one and a half to two hours.
Our walks cost just £7.00 per person (payable on arrival) and accompanied under 12's go free.
For guided walks for individuals or groups, at other times and throughout the year, just contact us on 07890 222117 or call into the Tourist Information Centre.
WE ALSO OFFER DISCOUNTS FOR GROUP BOOKINGS. Please call us on 07890 222117 to discuss further.
Our historic walks around the ancient streets of Worcester reveal the rich heritage and amazing tales of the heroes and villians that have helped create the city we love:
King John, Sir Edward Elgar, Lord Nelson, Prince Arthur, from Vikings to Roundheads and many others.
What People Say About Worcester Walks
Our guide Linda Griffin was excellent in her local history and her generosity in showing us around Worcester. Linda was passionate about her city and allowed us to learn and enjoy things we would never have known. Well worth doing this walking tour.
A must for your first visit to Worcester. Our guide Sandy was enthusiastic and knowledgeable about her home of Worcester. Sandy highlighted points of interest that would have otherwise been missed and showed some of the hidden treasures in the city. A thoroughly enjoyable tour.
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We had an excellent tour with Sandy who is a Green Badge Guide, which means she has had many hours of training and study specifically related to her city. She has terrific knowledge of history and architecture, and a raft of anecdotes related to local personalities. Don't miss Worcester Walks