As we emerge from lockdown and follow the Government Roadmap our guides are now able to deliver tours in line with the guidance. We’ve signed up the government’s Good to Go scheme and continue to offer a range of risk-assessed specialist walking tours.
Would you like to join a public walk close to home or venture further afield? Perhaps those in your household would like to learn more about your local area or visit areas that are currently less busy than usual? Then look no further. Listed below are tours open to the public on a pay per person basis. The guides have set the fee per person and you book your place and make payment following the MORE INFO link which will take you to their preferred booking platform.
If you would rather book a private tour for your group or a bespoke tour to meet your individual needs please follow the BESPOKE link to find a suitable guide. Our guides will be more than happy to create a bespoke Covid safe tour for you.
Current Virtual Tours
26 March 09.30-12.30 ,2 April 09.30-12.30
89 April 09.30-12.30
BBTG Christina Apostoli
Group walking tour in Italian
Black and White and Read All Over
BBTG Guy Fairbank
Dominican monks, Carmelite friars; a messy divorce, a wedding cake church; a street of shame, an ancient route into London. Discover more about Blackfriars and the streets off Fleet Street on this literary and historical walk.
Tate Modern Highlights
Every weekday, at 2pm
BBTG Rick Jones
2-hour tour of the free galleries at Tate Modern to see the treasures in the permanent collection including Bonnard, Matisse, Picasso, Braque, Dali, Magritte, Mondrian, Moore, Pollock, Richter.
Price £15, £10 seniors and students
City of Bath Walking Tour
Everyday at 11:30am or 2:30pm
BBTG Andrew Clark
Enjoy a 90 minute Walking Tour with Blue Badge Tourist Guide. See the wonderful Georgian Architecture and hear about the events and people who make Bath such a special place. Meet in front of the historic Bath Abbey. We keep the groups small so you can really get to know Bath and get your questions answered.
The Bridgerton Experience Public Tour
Everyday at 2:00pm
BBTG Andrew Clark
With its wonderful Georgian architecture, Bath was a natural choice for the filming of the Netflix Regency drama series Bridgerton. This walking tour, led by a Blue Badge Tourist Guide with in-depth knowledge of Bath, will visit the many locations around the city used in the filming. It will allow you to relive the Bridgerton scenes, and will provide insights into the history of the featured buildings and settings as well as of life in the early 1800s.
York Walking Tour
First Saturday of the month 10am
BBTG Sarah Milne-Day
Walk through 2000 years of history taking in some of York's most iconic sites such as Clifford's Tower, The Shambles, and of course the magnificient Gothic Cathedral of York Minster.
Walk the Walls of York
First Friday of the month 10am
BBTG Sarah Milne-Day
Walk the full circuit (just over 2 miles) of York's historic City Walls learning about the City and its 2000 years of history.
A Trail with Tales with a Lady from Wales
Every Mon, Weds, Fri, Sat, Sun at 5pm and Sun. at 10am
BBTG Amanda Whitehead
Town Family walk with a guide in traditional welsh costume
Leeds Highlights Walking Tour
Every Saturday at 11:00am
BBTG Sarah Cowling
Meet at the Black Prince Statue City Square Leeds. Discover the richly layered history of Leeds - A vibrant modern city with a rich industrial past.
Coventry Cathedral Quarter Walking Tour
Most Saturdays at 10.00am and 2.00pm and Wednesdays at 2.00pm and 7.00pm
1.5 hrs duration
"This guided walk explores the history of Coventry’s 3 cathedrals and the buildings around where Coventry Castle used to be, including St Michael’s Cathedral, Holy Trinity Church, the Guildhall, the Council House and Drapers Hall."
Price £12.00 per person