Abingdon Royal Walks

Three new walks were devised as part of the 2022 Jubilee celebrations. You can download printable A4 PDFs of leaflets which guide you through the walks by clicking any of the images below. NOTE: if you’re using a phone or other mobile device, a more accessible version can be viewed by clicking the title links at the beginning of each summary description.

If you want to know more about the places mentioned, check out the History pages on the Town Council website.

Abingdon’s Royal History Walk highlights the town’s connection with royalty from medieval times to the present day.

Abingdon’s Victoria Walk is wheelchair accessible and starts and finishes in the Market place, where Queen Victoria’s statue stood until it was moved to its current home in 1946. The walk will take you through the Victorian gardens created by Edwin Trendell and past more recent examples of public art.

Abingdon’s Albert Walk is also wheelchair accessible and takes you to the beautiful Albert Park, past many examples of Victorian architecture and other points of interest.

Dowload a leaflet by clicking one of the “Royal Walks” images above.