Wonderful email we received today from Belgium. We ran a…
Thanks for the excellent and inspirational tour on Monday, you were a great guide!
Official tours of the world’s first Transition Town – Totnes. Now one of many hundred across the world. The Transition movement kind of started here in Totnes.
Join us for a walk around Transition Town Totnes, visit some of the projects and gain a fun and interactive insight into the overall Transition project. A great way to get to know the town and the Transition activity that goes on within it.
Transition Walks – normally on Fridays, 3-7pm These afternoon walks run throughout the year, but they are not every week so please check dates below. Friday and Saturday’s are market days in Totnes which are the best day of the week to visit, so come with plenty of time to explore our famous High Street and market before the tour starts. And be sure to have had lunch already!
Dates coming up:
- We don’t have any public tours scheduled at the moment. We will be scheduling dates for 2019 sometime in March. If there are any dates you are specifically interested in, please let us know.
Can’t do the above dates, or looking for something more bespoke? If you can get a group together, contact us to discuss how we can do a tour especially for you.
Cost: A voluntary donation is requested and any surplus after expenses goes towards the overheads of Transition Town Totnes, a registered charity. We suggest £20 for visitors and £10 for locals, but please pay what you can or what you think it is worth – it’s up to you. And we really mean that – even if it is nothing! The most important thing is that you come.
Where: The Market Square, between the tree and the ramp, High St. Totnes. Unless stated otherwise.
Contact: It is best if you can let us know you are coming in advance: Email us.
Access: Please advise in advance of any mobility issues so we can make arrangements as necessary.
Private groups – Get a group together and we’ll be able to do a tour especially for you.
“the Transition tour … was extremely interesting and a great way to learn how people are putting ideas into practice in the field of sustainability. It complemented our week’s activities at Schumacher very well, taking us into the ‘real’ world and seeing community level action.” Masters student, Ashridge Business School.