Midsomer Murders

Fans of popular TV series Midsomer Murders will recognise Wallingford as Causton, home to main character Detective Chief Inspector Barnaby, often seen wandering around the central Market Place or driving across Wallingford bridge. Wallingford's most recent appearance was on the episode aired on 27 January 2016 entitled 'Breaking the Chain' which featured the town's Festival of Cycling.

Midsomer Murders appears regularly on screens in over 220 countries worldwide. You can experience Midsomer first hand here in Wallingford by using the leaflets and trails below. The Wallingford Museum also features information about filming in the town along with various items including photographs, scripts and props.

Find out more about the filming of Midsomer Murders and planning your trip at www.visitmidsomer.com

Midsomer Murders: Wallingford, the original Causton

Explore filming locations around the town.

Midsomer Murders driving trails

Two driving tours passing through Midsomer Murders countryside including Wallingford. An overnight stay is recommended to stop, eat and enjoy the routes at your leisure.

Midsomer Murders southern trail

Taking in Causton Playhouse and Badgers Drift Primary School, as well as opportunities to enjoy manor houses, village pubs, museums, river trips and a steam railway.

Covers Henley on Thames - Nettlebed – Wallingford – Moulsford - Goring - Mapledurham - Rotherfield Peppard/Rotherfield Greys - Henley on Thames (total drive time approximately 3 hours).

Midsomer Murders southern trail
Midsomer Murders northern trail

Taking in Midsomer Newton Museum and Causton Library, as well as pubs, churches and shops filmed for the series; with options to visit the gardens and nature reserves set in Midsomer countryside.

Covers Dorchester - Wallingford - Ewelme – Watlington – Lewknor – Aston Rowant – Chinnor – Thame – the Miltons and the Haseleys – Dorchester (total drive time approximately 3.5 hours).

Midsomer Murders northern trail

Travelling without a car? Rail and bus routes to the area lead to many walking and cycle paths. Find out more about getting to Wallingford here and about local cycle routes here.

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