Towns of Bengaluru Walk
Stroll down Bangalore’s Anglican past in this Bangalore Towns Walk that showcase the story of its grand architecture and sheds light on the modern towns of the city.
Duration: 3.5 Hours (7:30am to 11am)
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Benson Town, Cox Town, Fraser Town – Bengaluru’s ‘Bangalore’ has been home to many English settlements that revolved around the Bangalore Cantonment. The nucleus of these towns have been the many Cathedrals, churches known for their varied architectural styles. Set around them were bungalows hidden among neatly laid treed avenue. Life revolved around military and social gatherings, going to the ‘city’ for balls or later, the movies, having a barbeque in the yard of the bungalow with its ornate roofs and monkey topped windows.
Join us on this unique walk that takes one through such English towns. Admire the architecture, appreciate the Anglican era and understand the present modern ‘towns’ of the city.
3.5 hours walking tour
Food allergies and preferences should be informed beforehand.
Age Limit: Participants must be 8 years of age or older
Physical Requirements: None
Cancellation Policy: 9 to 5 days before the start date of the Experience – 50%
Less than 4 days before the start date of the Experience – No Refund.
Reschedule Policy: No reschedule permitted
The good old days
The Walk begins at St Francis Xavier Cathedral in Cleveland Town. The Cathedral’s architecture is a great topic starter as you ramble through the origins of the different schools, streets and town planning.
And modern delights
From here, you will head down to Bangalore’s newer suburb, see the eateries everyone talks about and learn about different eras, communities, lifestyle. The Walk ends at Richard’s Town, surrounded by bungalows and heritage stories.
It will be a 3.5 hour walk and the distance covered will be approximately 2 kilometres
The participants can bring a cap/umbrella based on the season, a bottle of water and any specific medication you need to take.
Yes, you should get parking space near the Church.