Battlefield Tours

The only way to truly understand a battle is to walk in the footsteps of those who took part.

Naseby Battlefield Project offers various public tours of the Naseby Battlefield site, with a full tour twice a year.  Please note, the full tour is self-drive and you will require transport. We are currently fundraising for a minibus to give as many people as possible access to the Battlefield. Please let us know if you would like to make a donation.

The price of the tour varies according to the size of the group.  As a  guide, the price for the four hour tour is approximately £10 per person. Discounts are available for allied organisations. To keep up to date with Naseby Battlefield Project news and battlefield tour dates, please follow us on Facebook/Naseby Battlefield Project or sign up for our enewsletter by emailing

Naseby Battlefield Project can also offer bespoke tours for groups and organisations of all types, including schools and the armed forces. These tours are individually tailored to suit your needs and specific areas of interest, in respect of content, length and distance. 

Examples of tours include:

o   The Royalist Tour of the Battlefield

o   Leadership for business

o   War games: strategy and tactics

o   Cromwell: for local tour guides

Our chief guide is Naseby Battlefield Project Trustee, Mike Ingram, a historian, author and professional battlefield guide. He has a Masters Degree in History from the University of Birmingham and is the author of a number of books and articles on military history. Mike runs courses and gives talks and lectures throughout the UK on the English Civil War. He is the Northampton representative for the Battlefields Trust and Chair of the Northampton Battlefields Society and, as such, has been instrumental in successfully fighting off numerous attempts to build on the 1460 battlefield.  


Want to know more about the campaign and Battle of Naseby?

We can come to your club, society, school etc. and give a talk on the battle, campaign, or both, tailored to your organisation or needs. To get the best understanding of the most important battle in English history after Hastings, why not book both?

For further details on walks and talks download and complete the Battlefield Tour Request and return it to