Be surprised if not astonished by the influence this small fishing town has had on our lives and the world around us. Our tour starts outside the Queens Arms, “a local community boozer” as its landlord Chris likes to call it, where we learn how a local man built a local railway and how his drive and vision helped Brixham become an industrial power house on the South Devon Coast.  We’ll visit one of the best preserved gun batterys of the second world war, although its history goes back to the times of the Spanish Armada. Moving down on to the seafront we’ll get an understanding of the investment the likes of ICI and Astra Zeneca have made in this world famous fishing port…now Englands biggest!  Royalty, parliamentarians, invasion and religion will all contribute to the walk before this ½ day tour concludes.
You may then want to enjoy a Devon cream tea in one of the numerous options on the harbour front (not included)

What’s included:

Start: Queens Arms on Station Hill
Finish: Man & Boy statue on the harbour front
Difficulty: Easy with steep steps going down
Footwear: Walking boots or good walking shoes
Length: 2.5 miles
Duration: 2.5 hours
Toilet stop: Yes (mid tour)
Refreshment stop: Yes at the conclusion (not included)
Terrain: mainly tarmac and concrete, can be slippy on steeper sections after rainfall
Cost: £20 per person (one person @£25)

Discounts: on groups of 6, 7 and 8 person @ 5%, 7.5% and 10% respectively

Dog friendly: Yes, but remember the harbour front can be busy and noisy
Linear walk: Yes
Circular walk: No

What’s not included:

  • Food
  • Beverages
  • Public Toilet Fees


Top tip: Wear walking boots or walking shoes, there are a couple of “off road” steep gradients on each walk. Always be prepared for rain.


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Walking Tours
One person
Two persons
Each additional person thereafter

Start times: either 09.00 hrs, or 13.30hrs.

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Group discounts will be deducted automatically where applicable