Bath Tourism

Bath Tourism

Passing by the elegant columned fronts in Bath, you can pretend you're at the heart of a Jane Austen novel.

Explore the beautiful sights

Even before stepping into the famous Bath Abbey, look up at the stunning gothic church and spot the ladder-climbing angels - try to figure out who is climbing up and down.

We'd highly recommend climbing the curved, stone stairs of the Bath Abbey Tower and admiring a wonderful view over the city.

Push open the wooden door at the top and let it take your breath away.

Marvel at the impressive Roman Bath columns and archways surrounding the famous green pool.

You'll be astonished at the heat from the natural hot spring. At 46°C, it's toasty even in the winter months!

Take it all in 

Wander around at your own pace with handheld tour guides and learn all about the history behind this fascinating attraction.

Once you've finished discovering the Roman origins of the city, it's time to take a walk from Bath city centre to the Royal Crescent.

Relax on the fine, green grass and bask in the warmth of the sun, all while appreciating the beautiful architecture and rich history surrounding you.

For foodies, a must-visit is Sally Lunn’s Historic Eating House where Bath buns were first baked.

Succumb to the homely aroma and step back in time - this is actually the oldest house in Bath!

Taste the range of sweet and savoury speciality buns on offer as you tuck in to a delicious feast at the onsite restaurant.

Like keeping up with the latest trend? You'll love the Fashion Museum. Learn more about fashion history with an audio guide as you discover over 100,000 unique objects.

There's even the opportunity to dress up in a costume and feel the weight of a Victorian dress.

Snap a photo with the Royal Crescent backdrop for a lovely memento.

An evening stroll

Walking in the evening across the gorgeous Pulteney Bridge, listening to the river trickling downstream is a real treat.

With shops across its full length, you'll be able to indulge in a little spending.

You'll also find the Bath Tourist Office nearby, should you need some advice on where to go next.

If you're feeling adventurous, why not jump in and try paddleboarding? See Bath from a different perspective as your tour guide shows you around while you balance on your board.

We recommend spending a weekend or a full week in Bath to take everything in and create cherished memories in this marvellous city.

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