after major renovation. The building has been made more accessible to visitors as new features have been added such as floors and a roof. Once on the roof, one could admire the sublime beauty of Guildford, seen as a panorama from the top. Moreover, you could even choose to take the free guided walks of Guildford. The walk may take around 70 to 90 minutes but during this time you may discover the magnificent history of Guildford.
Furthermore, a booking service for groups is also available throughout the year in Guildford. The walks are accompanied by a Guildford town guide. Normally, people who take the tours are requested to make a donation of around GBP 2. Such tours can be arranged for both small and large groups as well as for disabled persons. You also have a selection of tours form which you may choose. These include Georgian Guildford, Victorian Guildford, Lewis Carroll and Guildford and Historic Guildford among others.
In addition to, the Guildford Museum can be yet another worthwhile place to visit. The building dates back to the 17th century and is adjacent to the castle grounds. It contains an archeology gallery which shows the evolution from the medieval times to the recent times. Also, the history gallery shows the artworks made by Guildford locals as well as an excellent assortment of needlework. Exhibitions are often carried out throughout the year.
Sanjou is a freelance writer who writes articles for Guildford (Guildford) Eye, an innovative local community website