Walk This Way… HISTORY

One of the best ways to explore the UK’s history is on foot, taking guided or self-guided walks around famous landmarks, well preserved monuments and historic sites that will take your breath away.

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    Southampton Old Town

    Follow England’s well-preserved, third longest stretch of medieval town walling and step back in time to find out more about Southampton’s Old Town.

    Southampton Old Town
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    Royal London Walk

    This walk passes many of central London’s historic and prestigious royal palaces, households and other related attractions, most of which can be visited along the way.

    Royal London Walk
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    This walking tour discovers excellent examples of medieval architecture as well as buildings from other eras, including the ‘Three Graces of Liverpool’.

    Liverpool self-guided tour
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    Learn about Robin Hood, Ale and Alley Cats as you take this tour of Nottingham.

    Nottingham self-guided tour
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    Explore the story of the ordinary people in Victorian Manchester, taking a step back in time to when the city was teeming with slums and squalid living conditions.

    Slums, squalor & salvation walk through Manchester
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    Battle of Hastings, East Sussex

    A 4½ mile walk that takes in the abbey built by William the Conqueror, the pathways and rest spots of the troops, as well as a nature reserve at Powdermill Wood.

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    Avebury, Wiltshire

    Discover prehistoric stone circle and bronze age burial mounds on this 5 mile walk that leads to Silbury Hill, Europe’s largest prehistoric mound, built around 2000BC on a spur of natural chalk, and much more.