Hereford Guided Walks

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Hereford Guided Walks

Hereford Guided Walks are led by trained volunteers who are members of the Guild of Guides. Let the Hereford Guild of Guides take you around the historic city of Hereford.

The Guild was formed in 1981 as a non-profit making body to assist tourism in the City. The guides are unpaid volunteers who have made a study of the origins and development of Hereford. They have been accepted as the Mayor’s Official Guides and are proud to wear a badge with the city’s coat-of-arms.

Each guide prepares his or her own route, varying it to suit the walkers and the weather. Every walk will take in places of particular interest in the centre; and though it is not usual to go into buildings, those of special importance that are open will be pointed out. The guide will tell you about the history of the City and suggest other places you may care to visit on your own.

The walking tours run from 1st April until 31st October. No booking is required, just turn up at the north porch of the Cathedral at 11:30am on weekdays, 11:30 on Saturdays and 2:30pm on Sundays. Tickets for the weekday walks are to be purchased in advance from the Cathedral shop.

The Guild offer:

  • Daily walks
  • Booked tours
  • Booked talks

Photo Credit: Philip Halling


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Hereford HR1 The Town Hall, St Owen's St, Hereford, Herefordshire, HR1 2PJ, UK
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