Heritage Walks

Bromley has a fine collection of buildings dating from the New Gothic, Art Deco and Arts And Crafts movements. We have some self-guided tours you can take to appreciate them.

  • BCS and Parks Heritage Walk No.1 Market Square and North High Street

    Market Square shopsHigh Street north of Market Square You can download this walk as a .pdf here. Start at the south side of Market Square, outside Ann Summers. Look at the Primark Extension opposite you: Market Square is the centre of the Old Town which until the coming of the railway in 1858 comprised a…
  • drawings of the arts-and-science school cupula, shells, and HG Well's time machine.

    Family Treasure Hunt Heritage Trail

    From the start point in The Glades, go out towards the Market Square and turn right to see the mural: These two men were famous residents of Bromley in Victorian times. What are their names? See post… What is this? 150 years ago, this is where all the people living nearby got their water. See…
  • Heritage Walk – Bromley North

    Above the shopfronts, hidden away in quiet parks, streets and behind walls are some insights into Bromley’s past. From the 17th Century Bromley College, to the Market Square, to HG Wells birthplace, we take a tour of discovery around Bromley North Village.

Downloadable PDFs of our walks:

Heritage Walk No. 1: .pdf file.

Heritage Walk No. 2: .pdf file.

Heritage Walk No. 3: .pdf file.

Heritage Walk No. 4: .pdf file.