In light of the Coronavirus outbreak, SEE Southampton have decided to suspend all our walks, talks and other activities. There will NOT be any walks at the Bargate this or subsequent weekends until further notice.’

“Hidden History”

1st Oct – 31st Mar
Sat & Sun 1.30pm

1st Apr – 30th Sept
Thursday 1.30pm
Sat 10.30am, 1.30pm
Sun 10.30am, 1.30pm

Ghastly, Grim
& Gory

Check Calendar for 2020
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Are you a group of 6 or more?

All our theme walks can be individually booked to suit your schedule and interests

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Are you calling in
The Port of Southampton

We have a dedicated Team of foreign speaking guides who “Meet & Greet” directly in the Cruise Terminals

  • All
  • Monthly Walks
  • Schools & Groups
  • Walks

In 2014 a small group of newly qualified local Southampton tour guides who were all great friends, decided that it was time for a fresh and exciting approach to guided walks and talks in Southampton. Now fully established SeeSouthampton are reputed to offer Walks and Talks from the best tour guides in Southampton.

Southampton has a tremendous amount of Hidden History that can be told in a wide variety of our walks and talks that only See Southampton can offer. We believe that taking part in a walking tour should not only be enlightening, but also entertaining and remembered as a highlight to your visit in Southampton.

See Southampton Walks and Talks have been created with flexibility in forefront. We have a number of walks that uniquely combine history with a closing attraction, such as The Titanic Trail with Cream Tea in the South Western House Grand Café. After seeing the sights and walking The Titanic Trail you can relax and listen to the story of the once luxurious hotel and its connection with the Titanic whilst enjoying the wonderful scones and tea. Southampton’s Hidden History, with a closing farewell in the new and completely renovated Dancing Man Microbrewery located in the surroundings of the historic Woolhouse. Enjoy a taste of home brewed beers whilst listening to an entertaining story of the Woolhouse that was built in the 14th century for storing wool, used in the 19th century as a prison for Napoleonic French prisoners of war and even in the 20th century is where Edwin Moon used a corner of his Moonbeam Engineering workshop to design and construct his own aircraft which he flew in 1910.

If you are looking for an entertaining walking event during your stay in Southampton or even as part of a special celebration event, then please contact us with your requirements, we shall definitely be in touch.

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