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Elmbridge High Streets Heritage Trail

In Elmbridge, our High Streets date back hundreds of years. Each one has always been at the centre of community life, yet the meaning, usage and identity of our local High Streets is ever changing.

This trail brings to life the history of businesses and buildings across the main shopping streets of Walton and Weybridge by telling their stories of evolution. Accompanying the audio guide is a display panel in each corresponding store, outlining the building’s past and tracking it's life from 'then' to 'now' using historic items and photos in Elmbridge Museum's collection.

This audio trail covers each stop geographically:

Weybridge - stop numbers 1 to 9

Walton - stop numbers 10 to 15

Elmbridge Museum is based in the Civic Centre (High Street, Esher, KT10 9SD, United Kingdom)
Elmbridge High Streets Heritage Trail
  1. Woolworths: 27b High Street, Weybridge
  2. The Post Office: 42 High Street, Weybridge
  3. Frisby's Shoe Shop: 8 Baker Street, Weybridge
  4. A. Ruffle's Shoe Shop: 41 Baker Street, Weybridge
  5. Bannister's Drapers Shop: 4 - 6 Waterloo Terrace, Baker Street, Weybridge
  6. Weybridge Museum: Library Building, Church Street, Weybridge
  7. Church House Antiques: 42 Church Street, Weybridge
  8. Portmore House: 54 Church Street, Weybridge
  9. Hasletts Drapers: 60a Church Street, Weybridge
  10. The Duke's Head: Hepworth Way Crossroads, Walton
  11. Annett's China Shop: Hepworth Way Crossroads, Walton
  12. Henry Ireton's House: 47 High Street, Walton
  13. Rogers & Sons: 51 High Street, Walton
  14. The Regal Cinema: 2 The Heart, New Zealand Avenue, Walton
  15. The Old Library: 72 High Street, Walton