Parish Hall, Lion St as a school in 1898. During WWII evacuees were posted here to be taken in by the good folk of Hay.

Parish Hall, Lion St as a school in 1898.
During WWII evacuees were posted here to be taken in by the good folk of Hay.

Oxford Road, outside Hay Castle gates. This was formerly known at Horsefair Road, for obvious reasons.

Oxford Road, outside Hay Castle gates. This was formerly known at Horsefair Road, for obvious reasons.

Hay Heritage Trail: a tour covering the main history of Hay.

1.2km /0.7m /60-90 mins.
Starts /ends outside Hay Cheese Market, Memorial Square, HR3 5AF, in the centre of Hay. 

This circular tour takes in all the main historic features of Hay, including the Cheese and Butter Markets, the Town Walls and Gateways. Then off to the Castle and the original Motte next to St Mary's church, historic wells and several pubs.

The tour leader  will guide you around the sites and offer many anecdotes to bring the history of the town to life.

This tour is the most versatile route and can be cut or lengthened according to your interests and time.

To book this tour please email alan.j.nicholls@btinternet.com

Adults – £5.00
Children u16 free with an adult