Explore Henley-On-Thames town centre with two self-guided heritage walks with a treasure hunt theme. Discover Henley-On-Thames's "hidden treasures" whilst having a fun day out with family and friends!
Henley-on-Thames is a 12th century South Oxfordshire town whose fame emanates from the River Thames on which it sits. Host to the 1st Oxford v Cambridge university boat race, it now throws a fortnight-long party each year, around the world's greatest rowing regatta. Add a superb river and rowing museum, a music and arts festival, parks to stroll through, over 300 buildings of architectural or historical importance, and you'll hardly have time to linger in the vast array of shops, restaurants, cafés and pubs!
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1. The Town - 1.5 miles / 2.4 kms
Henley has a beautiful balance of culture, history and sporting activity. The town is rich in buildings of significant historical value, many of which date back many hundreds of years. People of note have always lived here, right up to the present day. Whilst the Thames should not be ignored, neither should the town, in all its splendid glory!
St Mary's Parish Church The Thames 1.5 hoursOK
2. The Thames - 1 mile / 1.6 kms
Henley is a world-renowned centre for rowing, and each summer hosts the Henley Royal Regatta. Near the banks of the Thames is the world famous River & Rowing Museum, and further along a fascinating lock. To walk alongside the Thames on a summer’s evening, to see people playing in the park, or messing about on the river, or simply promenading, is a delight to behold. The Thames at Henley is a wonderful place to be!
The Thames Marsh Lock 1 hourOK, but a small diversion maybe needed for steps
Each booklet has a page dedicated to the history of the town and 2 pages summarising each walk with suggestions on what to visit along the way. Walk 1 has 21 clues & walk 2 has 14 - both with detailed directions to follow. There are interesting stories about important people, places & events along the way; detailed instructions on how to find a clue if you're stuck; and a comprehensive map with the routes marked on.
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You have 14 days to complete your download, and up to 3 attempts are permitted. If you buy the print-at-home version you will need to print it on normal A4 paper and the email you receive, with the download link, explains how best to fold the pages to make it into an A5 booklet. If you buy the download to mobile version you will need pdf reading software on your phone or tablet, eg using the Adobe Acrobat App (free).
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"The download worked perfectly, just like the walk! It was lovely to explore such a beautiful town, and immerse ourselves in its history. Thanks."
Latest Revision : April 2021