Guildford is rich in history.
It has a fine collection of buildings covering Saxon, Medieval, Tudor, Georgian, Victorian and 20th Century architecture, making it an ideal place for a visit.
Make the most of your visit with a guided walk around Guildford.
The Town Guide volunteers provide walking tours that show and explain the town to thousands of people each year.
Forthcoming scheduled walks - open to the public:
|Wednesday, 18th July 2018||14:30||Walk: The Guildford Story|
|Thursday, 19th July 2018||14:00||Walk: Alan Turing|
|Saturday, 21st July 2018||14:30||Walk: The Guildford Story|
|Sunday, 22nd July 2018||14:30||Walk: The Guildford Story|
|Tuesday, 24th July 2018||14:30||Walk: Pubs and Inns|
|Wednesday, 25th July 2018||14:30||Walk: The Guildford Story|
|Saturday, 28th July 2018||14:30||Walk: The Guildford Story|
|Sunday, 29th July 2018||14:30||Walk: The Guildford Story|
|Tuesday, 31st July 2018||14:30||Walk: Art and Artists|
|Wednesday, 1st August 2018||14:30||Walk: The Guildford Story|
Summer season 2018 - schedule of walks now published
Please see our Schedule
page for a list of the walks that are organised for this summer.
The Guildford Story
is our most popular walk and this is conducted several times each week from May through to September.
is a new walk for this season discovering some of the Actors, Authors and Artists intimately associated with Guildford.
Guildford's Oldest Street
was introduced last last year and provides an in-depth look at the buildings in Quarry Street.
For larger parties... please consider a booked walk
- we do these for private groups
If you have any enquiries, please contact us through the Guildford Tourist Information Centre
We do not ask for donations for our public scheduled walks or private walks for schools but for private group walks we usually ask for a donation of £5.00 per head.
This helps us cover our modest overheads. The rest of the money that we raise we then give to charity - we are all volunteers.