This trail will take approximately 25 minutes to walk and is suggested for ages 4+.
1. Hereford High Town
While the trail can be started from any point, High Town offers good proximity to car parks and bus stations. There are also a few things from the tick sheet you might be able to spy from here!
2. Hereford Town Hall
Built in 1904, this striking Edwarding building is home to Hereford's Tourist Information Centre as well as many civic offices. Once you're outside, don't forget to look up - you might spot something on your tick sheet!
3. Castle Pool
Castle Pool is all that remains of the moat that once surrounded Hereford Castle. This lovely spot looks over toward the popular Castle House and is also known by another name - the Duck Pond!
4. Victoria Bridge
This beautful footbridge over the River Wye was built to commemorate the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria and is the perfect place to pause for a photograph. Can you spot any items from the tick sheet? We'd recommend looking for A Fish Eye View...
5. Bishops Meadow
Popular with dog walkers, this lovely footpath takes you alongside the river with views of the Bishop's Palace and cathedral. You're about half way here!
6. Gwynne Street
A narrow, picturesque street that takes you up a hill toward Hereford Cathedral. Named after a famous past resident, can you find out who that was?
7. Cathedral Green
Say hello to Elgar and take in the beautiful cathedral. From here you can head down Church Street and back to your starting point in High Town. Did you find all the objects?