If there is an attractive reason to visit Bath on your next holiday trip, it should be the fact that the tourist destination offers lot of tours and sightseeing opportunities. You will find in Bath striking man-made and natural spectacles, a rich history and heritage worthy of exploration, and diverse assortments of wildlife and greenery.
Are you looking to explore great museums, ancient grounds, and art galleries, or are you rather into hiking in the company of nature and your camera?
One of the most interesting tours on the list, where you get the basic introduction to Bath and explore popular sites around the city such as Abbey Church Yard, Queen Square, Royal Crescent, Circus and more. You get to pay absolutely nothing not even tips.
Tours are conducted on a daily basis even on public holidays with the exception of Christmas. From Sunday to Friday, tours take place at 10.30 and 14.00 then on Saturday at 10.30 only. Individual bookings are not necessary and thus, unavailable. But for a group of 12, booking must be made 4 weeks in advance.
Address and Contact
Main Entrance to the Pump Room, Bath BA1 1LY, England
Telephone: +44 1225 477411
Mad Max Tours cover tasteful sites in Bath that include Stonehenge, Lacock Village, Castle Combe, Avebury Stone Circles and more. Their full day tour offerings are for small groups with a maximum of 16 tourists.
Address and Contact
Telephone: +44 7990 505970
River Adventures offer an interesting range of daily boats and walking tours around compelling places in Bath that include Pulteney Bridge, Bath Abbey, and St.Johns Church – the home of Bath’s Peregrine Falcons. They’re also many more amazing cruises and walks that you can get to enjoy from River Adventures, they include a 40 minute walk through the city and lunchtime cruises.
Telephone: +44 (0) 7904290981
This tour is a great way to explore the beautiful city of Bath. You can hop off the bus and on anytime you like at any of the 15 stops on two different routes while enjoying attractions such as the Bath Abbey and the Royal Crescent.
Roman Baths Bath
Arguably the most visited site in Bath and one of the finest historic sites in the whole of Northern Europe. The Roman Baths is a scenic combination of steamy waters and ancient religious stones. The Roman Baths Bath provide special offers such as the Torchlit Visit and Dinner package, Museums Saver Ticket, Saver Package – Attractions, Museums and Lunch, and lots more.
The Roman Baths are open everyday except Christmas and Boxing Day. Opening hours change during the course of the year and include special late evening entry during mid- June, July and August.
Abbey Churchyard, Bath BA1 1LZ, England.
Telephone: +44 1225 477785
– They’re likely to be delays in A36 Lower Bristol Road, Opposite number 10 from Oct. 1-16 due to the Western Power Distribution works.
– The Great Bath Feast is already ongoing and the Wine Gang Winter Festival will follow from the 14th of October so you might want to snap up available accommodations and make bookings in time.
– If you are riding from London for The Roman Baths, it will be wise to park at Park and Ride at Lansdown. You can park at the translations on Sunday mornings, though.
At Seek South West, our aim is to ensure that you concentrate on the fun part of your expedition in Bath by helping you make the arrangements for your tours and sightseeing.