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Tours & Sightseeing

Whether you’re keen to see the famous iconic sights or discover the city’s hidden gems, taking a tour is a great way to get the most out of your visit to Bath and familiarise yourself with the city. Due to its compact nature Bath is ideal for exploring by foot, so walking tours provide an excellent way to get to know the city centre.  The hop on hop off bus tours are very popular too, taking visitors on an informative tour of all the sights, including Royal Victoria Park and the Bath Skyline. The city also makes a great base for exploring the rest of the West County, with areas such as Stonehenge, Lacock and the Cotswolds all within easy reach.

Sightseeing in Bath:

The city is home to many beautiful and iconic sights. The list below shows the key architectural gems that should be on the list of any keen sightseer, all within a walkable distance of each other.

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Bath's most famous sights

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Krazee Karting at Haynes Motor Museum

Krazee Karting at Haynes Motor Museum

30 March- 25 October 2015: Children and big kids alike are in for a special treat at Haynes,...

Pip with Guest Teacher Rhu Strand at Bath Cake Company

Pip with Guest Teacher Rhu Strand at Bath Cake Company

18 - 19 July 2015: Pip stands approximately 18" tall and is built around an internal support...

Quoins Vineyard Open Day

Quoins Vineyard Open Day

31 May 2015: Free open day as part of English Wine Week.