Bath City Centre Map
Planning your visit to Bath? Make sure you download our free Bath city centre map by clicking here. You’ll find various way marker posts using the same map at different points across the city, plus our friendly locals are always happy to help if you need directions!
Our handy Visitor Guide that contains details of things to do, what's on, accommodation such as spa hotels, B&B's and self catering aswell as recommended attractions, restaurants, pubs, shops, nightlife, festivals and more also includes a city centre map at the back of the brochure – fill in our online form to request yours in the post.
If you’re looking for help to find your way around Bath city centre, download the free Official Bath App for your smart phone or tablet, (currently compatible with iPhone, iPad, Android phones and tablets,) which contains useful maps and directions to navigate around the city.
The Bath Visitor Information Centre Gift Shop offers one of the best selections of local books, guide books and maps to help you discover more about our amazing roman baths aswell as the actual city and history of Bath and the surrounding area. Pop inside to pick one up for your visit or order form our online shop today.
If you’re planning on driving to Bath, make sure you take a look at our free parking map to help find the most suitably located car park for you. There are 13 car parks in the city, although these can be very busy especially at peak times such as weekends. It may be worth looking at using one of the three Park & Ride services, which operate seven days a week with regular bus and train services running into Bath city centre at least every 15 minutes.
You can also download our free area map for a useful guide to the regions beyond Bath. There are many beautiful places to visit just for a short day trip from the city, such as well-known attractions like Stonehenge and Longleat Safari Park to some of our neighbouring towns such as Bradford on Avon, Radstock, Midsomer Norton, Frome, Bristol, Wells, Glastonbury and The Cotswolds.