Malmesbury – the ‘Queen of Hilltop Towns’ - is packed with history, sights and stories.
Saints, Kings, flying monks, battles, rogues, heroes and heroines – and tigers - are around every corner.
Each of our guided walks will give you new insights.
All walks are led by volunteers who have a passion for Malmesbury.We look forward to you joining us!
Saturday 19thth May – 2:30pm: St Aldhelm’s Fayre Walk: What did St Aldhelm ever do for us?
Saturday 16th June – 2:00pm: Women of Malmesbury. Celebrating 100 years since (some) women ‘got the vote’.
Saturday 28th July – 2:00pm: Malmesbury - Queen of Hilltop Towns – A walk through over 2,000 years: Saints, kings, flying monks, battles, rogues, heroes and heroines – and tigers – around every corner.
Saturday 11th August – 2:00pm: A view of Malmesbury for 4 to 11 year olds (and their hangers on). Includes activities. All the best stories!
Wednesday 15th August – 7:00pm: ‘The Jackdaw’ view of Malmesbury – Some of the history of Malmesbury that doesn’t make the text books – with a focus on Malmesbury’s historic place as ‘the rottenest borough in England’. Finishing at the (in)famous Old White Lion, where suitable refreshments will be available.
Saturday 25th August – 2:00pm: Malmesbury Carnival Walk
Friday 7th September -2:00pm: Malmesbury War Memorials and Graves; the stories behind the names. Part of Heritage Open Day. FREE. Tickets only at Athelstan Museum.
Saturday 8th September – 10:15 pm: Malmesbury War Memorials and Graves: the stories behind the names. Part of Heritage Open Days. FREE. Tickets only at Athelstan Museum.
Sunday 9th September LIVING TRAIL. 2:00pm to 4:30pm. Malmesbury in the First World War. Fifteen personal stories told at locations around town. Trail Guide with FREE BOOK from Tourist Information Centre at the Town Hall - available from 1st August.
Sunday 21st October – 10:00am Wessex Week Walk.
Sat 27th October – 4:15pm and 4:45pm. Malmesbury’s Famous Halloween Walk – with a few surprises….
All funds raised go to support Athelstan Museum, Malmesbury Civic Trust, Wessex Week, Malmesbury Carnival and other local causes