A Walk around Wallingford's history

Discover Wallingford's history from its Saxon heritage and historic churches, to important streets and industries.

The trail is available in printed format (click image to the right for pdf) or as audio files - download here

Guided town history walks every Saturday morning between June and September. No need to book. Meet at 11am at the Town Hall.


Walks in and around Wallingford

Three scenic walks of varying lengths taking in the town and the River Thames
Walks in and around Wallingford

Agatha Christie trail

Learn more about Wallingford's former resident. This five-mile circular walk takes in places linked to the writer including her former house in Winterbrook and her grave in nearby Cholsey
Agatha Christie trail

Midsomer Murders: The Wallingford Connection

Tour Midsomer Murders filming locations in the town before heading over to Wallingford Museum to see various paraphernalia from the series including photographs, scripts and props
Midsomer Murders Connection

Wallingford Castle Meadows

A gentle 30 minute circular stroll around the historic Castle Meadows
Wallingford Castle Meadows

Oxfordshire Countryside Access Map

An interactive service shows public rights of way, open access land and some of the best walks/cycle rides in the area.

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