Bishop’s Waltham Pocket Guide

You might like to download a copy of the Bishop’s Waltham Pocket Guide or pick one up from outlets in town or the Jubilee Hall.

Bishop’s Waltham Digital Town Trail

For this trail you’ll need a QR code scanner which can be download for free asBishop's Waltham QR Code Trail an App.  There are plaques all around the town centre with QR codes on them.  When you find one, point the phone camera at the code and information about the history of that location can then be read on your phone.

The 11 stops will take you on a circular tour around the town. You can start at any point. Look out for the codes at the entrance to The Crown, between Josies and Giorgio’s, or at the level crossing gates by Station Roundabout.

What to see in Bishop’s Waltham

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Independent shops abound, giving you the chance to find something that  little bit different. But...
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The first Bishop’s Residence built in Bishop’s Waltham was started by Henri of Blois, William the...
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This site has been a place of worship for over 900 years. The core structure is of Norman origin,...
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This vast area was part of the original fish pond created for the Bishop’s of Winchester before i...
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Walk past the Palace to find the lovely southern part of the vast fish pond that was created for ...
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Immerse yourself in over eight hectares of the natural world just on the outskirts of Bishop’s Wa...
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Discover the town’s historic artefacts from days gone by at the town’s Museum. Located in The Far...
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The original market place is St George’s Square at the south end of the High Street. Its focal po...
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This is an area of semi-natural woodland, fen and grassland and open water designated as a Site o...
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