English Heritage

English Heritage is the steward of over 400 significant historical and archaeological sites

Institute of Tourist Guiding

Institute of Tourist Guiding

The British Guild of Tourist Guides

The Guild is the national professional association for Blue Badge Tourist Guides working throughout the British Isles, including the Isle of Man and Jersey.

The National Trust

The National Trust care for over 248,000 hectares (612,000 acres) of beautiful countryside in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, plus almost 600 miles of coastline and more than 200 buildings and gardens of outstanding interest and importance.

Visit Britain

If you're planning a holiday to the UK, looking for hotels and accommodation in Britain, or simply after UK travel, attractions or events information, VisitBritain.com has everything you need to know.

Association of Westcountry Tourist Guides

The Association of Westcountry Tourist Guides aims to promote guiding services of a high standard across South West England - Cornwall, Devon, Somerset, Dorset, Gloucestershire and Wiltshire. Whether you are looking for a guided walk, a themed tour, visit to a museum or gallery, conference or incentive travel, coach sight-seeing, tour by private car, boat, train or even helicopter we can assist!

Avalon Marshes

The Avalon Marshes is a spectacular and beautiful lowland wetland area with lush vegetation and a high level of wildlife. It is framed by the Mendip Hills to the north and the Poldens ridge to the south. On a map it is a wash of blue as a result of the myriad of ditches, rhynes and waterways that have re-claimed the land through drainage. Glastonbury town is the highest of a series of ‘islands’ that intersect the surrounding Marshes and the history and influence of the town has played a major role in the area. Described by many as being the most evocative part of Somerset, it has a distinct atmospheric feel and character.

If you are unable to visit the City of Bath, take this virtual tour, by following the link above.

Whether you have visited before, or this is your first time in Bath, this walking tour will open your eyes to a hidden world of yesteryear. Within a short walk, following the line of the ancient city wall, you'll hear about people who have walked this route before you. They include the Celtic Britons and French Normans, along with the Saxons, Vikings and yes, everyone's favorites, the Romans. Why not 'lend me your ears' for a walk and talk covering 1700 years?

If you are unable to visit the City of Bath, take this virtual tour, by following the link above.

After 1700 years of history, all contained within its ancient walls, Bath was reborn to become England's premier place of resort. It attracted many of the country’s aristocracy and gentry, but also the not so well-to-do along with them. On this walk, you can promenade just as visitors did then, and experience the glamour of high society in Georgian-era Bath. You’ll see architecture that has impressed visitors for 300 years – and by the end, in the words of Jane Austen, you too will be saying, “Oh! Who can ever be tired of Bath?”.

Avalon Heritage Tours