Guided walks

Industrial buildings walk, Sept 09

Since 2008 Liz Woolley has taken more than 4,000 members of the public and people from local history societies and other groups on guided tours of the lesser-known parts of Oxford. Walks last between 1.5 and 2 hours and participants are provided with an illustrated hand-out to take away.

Click here to see a list of forthcoming walks (and talks).

Looking for an unusual present for a birthday, wedding or other celebration? Contact me about gift vouchers for guided walks.

Ideally groups are of between 10 and 20 people. The current fee is £6 per head (on the St Thomas’s walk, £2 of this is given to St Thomas’s church funds).

Click the links below (or on the menu to the left) to find out more about specific walks:

Brewing in Oxford

Rose Hill

Nuffield College’s “Island Site” in West Oxford

Lord Nuffield and Morris cars in Oxford

Folly Bridge and Grandpont, South Oxford

New Hinksey, South Oxford

The coming of the railway to Oxford

Leisure and recreation in Victorian and Edwardian Oxford

Victorian industrial buildings in Oxford

The parish of St Thomas the Martyr, West Oxford

Contact me on 01865 242760 or to book a guided walk.