Bristol Walking Tour 16 November 2019

‘We had a wonderful time and were blown away with the depth of knowledge you have, thank you for creating a very memorable experience for my family and I. I hope you are having a wonderful festive season and want to wish you all the best for 2020!’

IB, Bristol

Bristol Guide 18 August 2019

‘Don’t even think of visiting #Bristol without booking Rob Collin Guide to take you around the city and into its historic, rich past and how the #slavetrade impacts on all of us. Basically, he’s fab!’


City Break August 2019

‘Robert was a mine of information. A top class tour guide who made Bristol’s past come alive. Could not recommend this walking tour enough. He goes over & above the call of duty.’


You must do this 18 March 2019

‘My sister and I were in Bristol for a couple of days and we went on this walking tour. It was just amazing. Rob, our guide, just made the city come alive. He was so knowledgeable and passionate that we didn’t want it to end.

If you are visiting Bristol, you must do this and ask for Rob. You won’t be disappointed.’

FT Cheltenhaml

Excellent tour 29 May 2019

The two hour tour starts at Bristol Tourist Information Centre in the city centre. We were surprised by the brilliant weather so it was a great day for our tour. Wrap up when by the harbour though!

We were met promptly by Robert Collin our Blue Badge Guide who is not only knowledgeable but his recall for names dates and places is amazing. The tour itself is not far reaching covering the city centre about 1.7mile radius but the information about the history of Bristol, its people, the river Avon and its connection to the transatlantic slave trade was very interesting. Robert covered the topic sensitively explaining facts openly and honestly, providing a balanced view on many emotive subjects.

I would recommend this tour for all interested in understanding how Port cities like Bristol became wealthy at the expense of enslaved Africans. Also learning about connections still relevant to all of us today like how the Great Western railway came into existence.
Sundays only March to November.’

Jane Manchester

Tour by a guide who loves Bristol March 2019

‘What a fun tour. Our guide Robert Collin showed and told us about the good and not so good history of Bristol which makes it the wonderful city it is today. At the end of the tour Robert left at the perfect spot, the St. Nicholas market. Just in time for a tasty lunch and a little shopping.’

Detroit Michigan

Excellent tour November 2018

‘At only 6 GBP, this might be the best bargain in the UK. Bristol has a fascinating and our Blue Badge guide Robert was just as fascinating. He very ably led us around the city, filling the time with interesting stories and historical anecdotes. Although the tour was scheduled for two hours, we were all very interested in what Robert had to say, and he was interested in showing us his city, so it ran considerably longer. From his demeanor, I thought Robert was perhaps a former history professor, it turns out that the is a retired police officer, who spent time in Hong Kong among other places. He is a genuinely nice human being and he led a terrific walk. It was the perfect way to learn about Bristol.’

Eric, Pasadena California

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