Festival Walks

Festival Walks

Walk tickets can be purchased from the Tourist Information Centre, The Broadway, Winchester SO23 9GH Tel: 01962 840500 Email: tourism@winchester.gov.uk

All walks start at the Tourist Information Centre and last 1½ hours, unless otherwise stated.

An introduction to Winchester’s highlights

Ideal for visitors and locals

Monday to Saturday
11am Upper Winchester £7.50
2.30pm Lower Winchester £6

11.30am Upper Winchester £7.50
2.30pm Lower Winchester £6

Accompanied children free

Saxon Winchester

Find out about the Saxon capital where King Alfred reigned

Saturday 7 July, 3pm

£6.50 adults, £2 children
plus £2.50 Cathedral entrance

Medieval Jewish Winchester

A story of religious persecution and expulsion

Sunday 8 July, 1.30pm

£6.50 adults, £2 children
plus £2.50 Cathedral entrance

Winchester Treasures

Explore some of the city’s hidden ‘gems’. Includes a visit to the new Winchester College Treasury

Tuesday 10 July, 2pm

£9.50 adults, £2 children



Abbey House

Discover the story of the original Abbey of Abbey Gardens and see inside Abbey House, the Mayor’s Official Residence

Wednesday 11 July, 10.30am

£8.50 (includes a donation to the Mayor’s Charities).

Minimum age 12

Chesil Street lunchtime tour

A lunch hour with a difference – explore Winchester through the history of one street

Thursday 12 July, 1pm

Tour lasts 45 mins. £5 adults, £2 children

Hidden Waterways

Discover the story of some of Winchester’s hidden streams and brooks

Saturday 14 July, 3pm

£6.50 adults, £2 children

St Swithun

The story of our local saint on St Swithun’s Day

Sunday 15 July, 1.30pm

£6.50 adults, £2 children
plus £2.50 cathedral entrance

Full details of all tours throughout the year on the Winchester Tourist Guides website