Themed Walks


New this year, 'Armchair Walks'. We can bring a "guide with slides" to your venue for a less strenuous "tour" of the city.
Prices on application.

Qualified Coach Tour guides are available to join you on your journey through this historic area, where you could visit Elgar's Country, Evesham's Blossom Route or areas of your own choice.

Contact us for further details and costings for your 'tailor-made tour'



Worcester Waterways

The River Severn. The longest river in England, has for centuries played a major role in the life of Worcester and its citizens.
A highway for travellers and a trade route. Hear the gruesome tales of marauders and adventurers.
The building of the locks and canals, with its benefits to local industry.
Let Bob take you on a 'waterside walk', to explore some of these hidden sites and even murkier stories.


Pubs with Past and Passion

From Medieval Taverns to modern Wine Bars the 'pub' has always played a major part in the everyday lives of the population. Not quite a pub-crawl, but a little taste may be sampled - en route !
A walk around some of our picturesque old pubs, with amazing tales of their past and present.


Civil War

Your guide, Sandy, dressed in 17th Century Royalist costume, will take you to Fort Royal Hill, where you can view the city, as King Charles II did - from the Cathedral tower. Visit the Royalist headquarters, and hear the dramatic tales of the last days of the bloody Civil War.
The battle of Worcester, where King Charles II finally lost his Kingdom and escaped Cromwell's soldiers - by the skin of his teeth.


Sir Edward Elgar

Visit the many homes and haunts of Worcester's most famous composer - Sir Edward Elgar.
Hear how his music was inspired and influenced by his childhood friendships and surroundings, his triumphs and disappointments, his lifelong love of Worcester, the Malvern Hills and the surrounding countryside.


Industrial Heritage

A fascinating insight into the people and places who's hard work and ingenuity brought prosperity to Worcester over the centuries. From Lamprey Fishing in medieval times, to gloving, vinegar production, The Royal Worcester Porcelain, Worcestershire Sauce and much much more.
Worcester has been a pioneering city at the forefront of world famous products for many centuries.

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