Public tours open to individuals and families are held every Thursday at 1.30pm from the 1st April to 31st October and selected Tuesdays: 12 April and 10 May at 1.30pm.
Meet outside the Bakewell Visitor Centre
This walking tour of Bakewell lasts about 1hr 15mins and covers half a mile.
Full of fascinating and little known facts (plus some lively legends) our guided walks are informative, interesting and entertaining. From the Anglo-Saxons and Normans to the present day your guide will lead you through the centuries. Beginning at the River Wye and taking you through the streets of Bakewell up to the Old House Museum, your guides will reveal the rich history, heritage, architecture, people and legends of this rural market town. The trail may be barely a half mile, but with so many ancient structures and sites to visit there is a wealth of history crammed into the spine of the town.
Booking is via Bakewell Visitor Centre or 01629 813227 or Bakewell Old House Museum 01629 813642 Please book by 12.30 on the day for a Thursday tour or 10.30 for a Tuesday tour.
The Guided Tours start promptly at 1.30pm.
Price: £5 per person. Children and dogs go free.
Why not purchase a Tour and Museum ticket for the reduced amount of £10?
Tours may be possible, by arrangement, on dates other than those published.
For societies, organisations and other groups please book via the Bakewell Old House Museum, 01629 813642 Groups may wish to add a tour of the Bakewell Old House Museum or All Saints Church interior.