5 Eliza Trail
Jun
5
10:00am10:00am

5 Eliza Trail

Sunday 5 June, 10:00-11:30 £6.00 adults, £3 children under 16

This tour tells the story of Eliza, a Victorian schoolgirl who looses her little white dog, Moss, on Market Day. In chasing around town after the dog, she follows a trail that reveals some interesting facts about Hays' past. The story is brought to life with archive photographs and illustrated characters contained within a booklet for you to keep.

Meet and ends at Hay Cheese Market, Memorial Square, HR3 5AF

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4 Armstrong Murder Trail
Jun
3
2:00pm 2:00pm

4 Armstrong Murder Trail

Friday 3 June, 2pm-4pm

Major Herbert Rowse Armstrong was the only solicitor in the UK ever to be hanged, on 31 May 1922. He was convicted of murdering his wife with arsenic. He worked in Hay and lived in Cusop. This two-mile walk takes in the relevant sites to explain the story of the events. The walk leader will suggest Major Armstrong should not have been convicted upon the basis of the evidence given at his trial.

Meet at Hay Clock Tower, Broad Street, HR3 5BU and end at Cusop Church, with an optional group walk back into Hay.

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3 Swan Loop
Jun
1
3:00pm 3:00pm

3 Swan Loop

Wednesday 1 June, 3pm – 4pm

This is the perfect one-hour tour if you want a summary of Hay. Starting at the Swan Hotel, this route stops off at the site of the original Motte and Bailey Castle that existed before the Hay Castle we know today. It incorporates Carles Gate, one of the three original gateways into the former Medieval walled town of La Haie and makes a stop in the grounds of Hay Castle on route back to the Swan.


Meet at outside the main entrance of the Swan Hotel, Church St, HR3 5DQ

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2 Hay Heritage Trail
May
30
10:30am10:30am

2 Hay Heritage Trail

Monday 30 May, 10.30am–12pm

This tour takes in all the main historic features of Hay, including the Cheese and Butter Markets, some of the town’s former public wells and many of its pubs (there used to be 40 inns in Hay back in the good old days). It also covers the three gateways to the original medieval walled town, Hay Castle, and the place where people would ford the River Wye before the first bridge was built in 1763. 

Tour begins & ends in the centre of Hay outside the Cheese Market, Memorial Square, HR3 5AF.

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1 Explore Hay's Old Railway
May
28
10:00am10:00am

1 Explore Hay's Old Railway

Saturday 28 May, 10am-12pm

The railway formed an important part of life in Hay for over 100 years, preceded by a horse-drawn tram that followed the same route form Brecon to Kington. An exact replica model of the railway was recently discovered and restored by members of Hay History Group. This tour begins with a demonstration of the working model before heading across town to follow the route of the railway line from Hay Station to The Warren. This scenic walk of c3 miles is mostly flat and incorporates town pavements and farmland footpaths with some stiles.

Tour begins & ends in the centre of Hay outside the Cheese Market, Memorial Square, HR3 5AF

1 Hay Railway Tour - Sat 27th May - 10am
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Test Tour
Jun
3
11:00am11:00am

Test Tour

This is a test tour - please do not try to book this tour.

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