Great Malvern Town Walking Tours
Town Walking Tours
On Saturdays & Sundays
At 10.30am - walks start & finish at Malvern TIC. Walk takes approximately 90 minutes.
Malvern Tourist Information Centre (TIC), The Lyttelton Well Courtyard, 6 Church Street, Malvern, WR14 2AY, Great Malvern - 01684 892289
Tickets: Adults £5 Children under 14: FREE.
Great Malvern enjoys a wealth of historic buildings and connections with many eminent Victorians. If you want to find out more, what better way than to join one of the regular guided walks organised by Malvern Civic Society?
Town Guided Walks take place every Saturday and Sunday from Easter until the last weekend of September. We meet at 10.30 a.m at the Tourist Information Centre (TIC) on Church Street, where people can obtain their tickets. The guide takes about 1.5 hours where you'll be taken to places of significance from the town's earliest history to the present day. Along the way you learn how Malvern grew from a village to a town in 1851, and the influence of Dr Wilson and Dr Gully who introduced the Water Cure, although Malvern water was known before then and used as a conventional cure.
You will see some of our oldest buildings which include the Priory Church dating from 1085 and The Unicorn Pub, built in 1400s.
Members of the Civic Society occasionally host other themed walks, including one with a musical theme and another to some of our blue plaque sites.
Find out more tour information at the TIC. If you can't make it at the weekend, there is a self-guided heritage tour leaflet available for £1.