Aldershot and Farnborough Heritage Trails


A booklet with maps of the trails and a list of the points of interest is available from the Princes Hall, the library, Alpine Snowsports Centre and the Military Museum in Aldershot, and the council offices in Farnborough. You can also download an app to follow the trails.

Aldershot heritage trails
The heritage trails tell the story of Aldershot from a small village in 1850, and how it became the home of the British army, to its current status. The six trails tell stories of people, places, events and buildings throughout the town. The six trails are:
- Marlborough trail
- Stanhope trail
- Wellington trail
- Redan trail
- Town trail
- Village trail

Farnborough heritage trails
The Farnborough heritage trails will help you trace the history of the town. Each trail features buildings of interest, illustrated by historic and modern images with accompanying text to add to the enjoyment of the journey. The five trails are:
- Farnborough Street trail
- Aviation trail
- North Camp trail
- St Peter’s trail
- Cove Village trail

About Rushmoor Borough Council

Rushmoor Borough Council services include: Council tax, Democratic services, Community parks & leisure services, Environmental health, Housing & benefits support, Parking & roads, Planning & building control, Business & licensing, Town centre regeneration & development. Full details about council services are on the website.

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