Join us for a relaxed, enjoyable and non-strenuous saunter through the town’s history. Great if you want to learn about your town or if you just fancy a pleasant walk in good company. The strolls last approximately 1 – 1.5 hours and are suitable for people using mobility aids.
Ages 16+ or 8+ for family walks.
£4 per person – book via www.ticketsource.co.uk/trowbridgemuseum or call the Museum on 01225 751339.

  • Saturday 18th April, 11am – Woollen Walk – Cancelled
  • Wednesday 27th May, 2pm – Medieval Trowbridge (Family Walk) – Cancelled
  • Thursday 28th May, 6pm – Woollen Walk – Cancelled
  • Saturday 11th July, 11am – Woollen Walk
    Find out why the woollen trade became the town’s most important industry and how it transformed Trowbridge into Wiltshire’s largest town in the C19th. Reserve a place.
  • Thursday 6th August, 2pm – Walking Back Through Trowbridge (Family Walk)
    A family-friendly walk back through Trowbridge’s history starting in the present day and ending in Saxon. Ages 8+. Reserve a place.
  • Saturday 19th September, 11am – Walk Back to WW2
    In this walk we’ll discover how the Second World War impacted on the town and its people. It’s a story of evacuees, industrial challenges, foreign soldiers, allotments and the occasional bomb. Reserve a place.

These guided walks follow routes around the town centre and some of the outlying streets. They generally take around 1 hour 30 minutes and follow an easy flat route with the odd short hill (Castle Street, Wicker Hill, etc.) and may include the odd diversion involving steps and uneven ground. They will not be strenuous and should be suitable for those with minor mobility issues or using mobility aids. Please wear comfortable shoes. Unfortunately dogs are not allowed. If you have any concerns please contact the Museum on 01225 751339 and we will gladly advise.

If the weather forecast is particularly bad please check our website and social media on the day in case we have to cancel the walk.

Guided Walks Through The History of Trowbridge

Guided walks through Trowbridge’s history.