Our members-only visits are extended tours of the non-public sections of the tunnels. This means that in addition to viewing the Paddington site, members continue on to explore the newly discovered basement of Joseph Williamson’s house, including the Wine Bins and some surprising finds. Then you will go further down into the Sandstone Arch, the Gash and finally, for now, the amazing Banqueting Hall.
We also welcome booking requests from members the 2nd Sunday of the month visits. see Non-Members Visits for dates and times.
Dates for 2018 – FoWT members only
(yet to be confirmed but you can make a provisional booking)
- Saturdays and Sundays March 2018
- Saturdays and Sundays September 2018
Tours start at 10.00am, 11.00am, 12:00 noon, 1:00pm, 2:00pm and 3:00pm. There are up to eight places on each tour.
To book a place, fill in the form below or call us on 07906 935 769. We need to know your preferred date and time slot (and a second choice) and how many of you there’ll be. We’ll get back to you to confirm everything.
How to find us and Important Notice:
Our Mason Street and Paddington sites are a work in progress, please wear sensible, sturdy shoes for safety (no open shoes/sandals). It is recommended that you do not wear good clothing as there is a possibility you can get dirty during your visit. We will supply you with a hard hat for your visit. Please come to the Williamson’s House Site on Mason Street 15 minutes before your booked time.
Unfortunately, we are unable to allow under 10 year old children visit underground.
The Williamson’s House site is opposite No 39 Mason St and is the Façade of the old House (Williamson’s House), behind which is a large area with 3 Blue containers. This is Williamson’s House site and where the Banqueting Hall, Sandstone Arch, Gash and Wine Bins are located.
Williamson’s House or Mason Street site: Located on “Mason Street” (Post Code: L7 3EW),