If you aren't able to visit Bath or are planning your next trip, you can get a flavour of some of the city's highlights on a virtual tour. From discovering the ancient Roman Baths to virtually visiting some of the city’s luxury hotels, here’s our roundup of tours you can enjoy from the comfort of your own home… 

The Roman Baths

1. The Roman Baths 

Grab a cuppa and explore the best-preserved Roman remains in the world on a virtual tour of the Roman Baths. You can also explore the grand Pump Room, which was once at the heart of the Georgian social scene, as part of this tour. 

Victoria Art Gallery

2. Victoria Art Gallery 

Art-lovers can have a virtual visit to Victoria Art Gallery. Browse the gallery’s stunning permanent collection, which spans hundreds of years of art history. Still life, portraiture and landscapes are all included in the display. 

Assembly Rooms

3. Bath Assembly Rooms 

Bath Assembly Rooms were at the heart of fashionable Georgian society, when the Ball Room, Octagon, Tea Room and Card Room would have been used for dancing, card playing, tea drinking and conversation. Discover the splendour of the Assembly Rooms on an interactive tour

No.1 Royal Crescent in Bath

4. No.1 Royal Crescent 

One of Bath’s most famous and instantly recognisable locations, No.1 Royal Crescent features an immersive experience, which will allow you to see life as it was lived in Georgian Bath during the late 1700s. Take a virtual tour of this grand house here.  

The Guildhall

5. The Guildhall 

Bath’s Guildhall has been at the heart of the city’s administrative life for over 350 years. Build by Thomas Baldwin in 1775, the building is now home to the city’s Register Office, Mayor’s parlour and city archives. Step back in time and get a glimpse of the Guildhall’s Banqueting Room on a 360-degree virtual tour

Seating at the Theatre Royal Bath

6. Theatre Royal Bath 

Built in 1805, the Theatre Royal Bath is described by the Theatres Trust as ‘one of the most important surviving examples of Georgian theatre architecture’. Take a virtual tour of the historic Main House from the comfort of your sofa. 

Lion at Longleat

7. Longleat Safari 

Nestled in 900 acres of Capability Brown landscaped grounds, Longleat is home to the UK’s original Safari Park, which is home to over 1,200 animals. Go on a 30-minute safari adventure from the comfort of your own home with their all-new Virtual Longleat Safari video. 

Salisbury Cathedral - CREDIT Ash Mills

8. Salisbury Cathedral 

Located in the medieval Wiltshire city of Salisbury, Salisbury Cathedral is home to the tallest spire in Britain, the oldest working clock in Europe, and the world’s best-preserved Magna Carta. 2020 marked the 800th anniversary of the laying of the foundation stones of Salisbury Cathedral, and to mark the occasion, the team launched an interactive virtual art tour of their largest contemporary exhibition for nearly two decades, for people to enjoy from the comfort of their own homes. 

Great Terrace at Iford Manor CREDIT Iford Manor

9. Iford Manor Gardens 

Tucked away at the bottom of a tranquil valley, the award-winning, Grade I listed Iford Manor Gardens provides a welcome break from the pressures of modern life. Go on a cyber tour of the tranquil Peto Garden with Gardens Illustrated's Iford Manor Virtual Garden Tour, and subscribe to Iford Manor Garden's YouTube channel to enjoy an array of videos of the garden. 

Exterior of The Bath Priory

10. Hotel Hunting 

Take a tour around some of the city’s wonderful hotels and plan your future visit to the city. Have a sneak peek behind the scenes of the quirky No.15 by GuestHouse, discover The Bath Priory Hotel’s beautiful bedrooms and suites, Garden Spa and spectacular gardens, go on a virtual trip around the stunning Macdonald Bath Spa Hotel, and take a look around the Grade II listed Bailbrook House Hotel

More Virtual Bath


The Roman Baths
Historic Site
The Great Bath at The Roman Baths, Bath

Famed for its hot springs, Bath houses the best preserved Roman Spa from the ancient world. Delve into the history of this magical monument and admire its architecture and engineering.

The Pump Room
Historic Site
The Pump Room Restaurant

At the heart of the Bath social (and high tea!) scene for over two centuries.

Victoria Art Gallery
Victoria Art Gallery

Victoria Art Gallery is Bath’s public art museum and home to a richly diverse collection of paintings, sculpture and decorative arts.

The Assembly Rooms
Historic Site
The Assembly Rooms

The magnificent Assembly Rooms were the centre of Bath's social scene during the eighteenth century.

No.1 Royal Crescent
Historic Site
Front No 1 Royal Crescent

Step back 250 years to explore a fascinating Georgian townhouse.

Theatre Royal Bath
One of the UK's oldest and most beautiful theatres

Bath's historic, beautifully renovated, traditional theatre.

Safari Park
Lions on the grass

Longleat, nestled within 900 acres of ‘Capability’ Brown landscaped grounds, is home to the UK’s original Safari Park.

Salisbury Cathedral
Private tour of Salisbury Cathedral

Salisbury Cathedral is one of England’s finest and has the best preserved original 1215 Magna Carta. With Britain’s tallest spire, largest close and cloisters and oldest working mechanical clock it’s a must see!

Iford Manor Gardens
Iford Manor Gardens

Breathtakingly pretty 18th-century manor surrounded by award-winning Italianate gardens.

No.15 by GuestHouse, Bath
No.15 Guesthouse Bedroom

The first hotel for the independent hospitality group GuestHouse Hotels, No.15 Bath is a wonder-filled, happy hotel.

The Bath Priory Hotel
The Bath Priory Hotel

Country house hotel in the city, with spectacular gardens and an award-winning restaurant.

Macdonald Bath Spa Hotel
The Macdonald Bath Spa Hotel

Nestled amongst 7 acres of stunning private gardens with fountains, ponds and a grotto

Bailbrook House Hotel
The exterior of Bailbrook House Hotel

Once a private residence in the early 1790s, Bailbrook House Hotel is one of only two Grade II listed country house hotels in Bath.



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