The goal of Heritage Walk Calcutta is to spread awareness about the rich heritage of this beautiful city. We do this in two ways: first, by offering affordable and authentic pedestrian explorations through Kolkata's rich history and culture; second, by presenting interactive workshops and talks to children of all ages through our Heritage for Schools initiative. All activities are led by researchers, who bring authenticity straight from the archives.

Tour Basics




(for most tours)

Intentionally low for maximum affordability


3 Hours


(for most tours)

Varies for pay-what-you-like and special tours



Booking required

(for most tours)

Pay in cash at the end of pay-what-you-like tours.


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All information is based on thorough historical research

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Prices are intentionally kept low to reach more people

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Led by knowledgeable historians and archaeologists

Featured Events

The Other Colonies Day Tour

On 25th June (Sunday), leave the din of the city behind and visit the other European Colonies along the west bank of the Ganges with Heritage Walk Calcutta. The trip will start in front of the Shyambazar Metro Station (Gate 4), where an AC transport will be waiting for you. First, we will visit the…

Bonedi Barir Pujo: Special Walk

The tradition of Durga Puja was brought to Kolkata and nurtured by the traditional business and land owning families in the city. North Kolkata was where a number of these traditional business and landlord families had settled in their awe-inspiring neo-classical mansions. Apart from being patrons of Bengali cultural renaissance, these families had also invested…

Documenting Local Histories

Basic strategies for identifying and documenting local history. Based on the age group of the participants, consent of the parents and requirement of the institutions, this is done either through theoretical classroom-based sessions, classroom cum field-based practical sessions.   Maximum number of participants: 20 per session. Prerequisites: none Level: Class 7 through University Learning outcomes:…

The Story of Calcutta

The history of colonial Calcutta from its founding to 1947. Based on the educational level of the students and the requirements of the organizers, this is done as an interactive storytelling session, historical reenactment or an intensive study of the key historical texts under the supervision of our archaeologist. Maximum number of participants: 30 per…