Midsomer Murders Walking Tours

Thame – a Major Midsomer Filming Location

Thame is one of the most frequently used filming locations for the popular ITV series, Midsomer Murders. The town has featured regularly, either as Causton, or as any one of the many villages in the fictional Midsomer County. Midsomer Murders is still going strong after 26 years with regular screenings, not only in the UK, but all over the world. Thame landmarks have been featured in different episodes over the years, including Thame Museum, the Town Hall, Market House, Rumsey’s Chocolaterie, the historic Swan and Spread Eagle Hotels, the Black Horse Pub and Brasserie, and several other locations.

Midsomer Walking Tour of Thame

The tour, led by our expert guides, starts outside Thame Town Hall (one of the locations) and ends at Thame Museum (another location).

The tour lasts around an hour and a half and costs £10.00 per person.

You can buy tickets in person at the Museum and at the Town Hall Information Centre or buy tickets online. Tickets may be purchased for any of the  tours from now until the 2023 season ends on Wednesday 25th  October. Please note that online bookings must be made by 5.00pm on the Tuesday before each Wednesday tour, or by 5.00pm on Friday before each Saturday tour. 

If you have any questions, please contact Tony Long, Tour Coordinator, at thamemidsomertours@gmail.com or call 07881 688895.

So summon up your courage and join Inspector Barnaby’s assistants on the trail of yet another murder in Midsomer!!

Arrange Your Own Bespoke Tour                                                           

Bespoke tours can be arranged if you are unable to take part in the Wednesday or Saturday tours. Please be aware that there is a minimum charge of £40 for such tours.

For more information please email thamemidsomertours@gmail.com





Raising Money for Thame Museum


Every year, one third of the proceeds from Midsomer Walking Tours ticket sales is donated to Thame Museum to help with its upkeep, another good reason to take part in a Midsomer tour!  A total of £1200 was donated to the Museum at the end of 2022.