St Michael’s Without
Religious worship has been carried out on the site of St Michael’s Without for many centuries, with a previous church being famous for its mystery plays. The church which stands on the site today is built in Early English Gothic style, inspired by the ornamentation and appearance of the Lady Chapel at Salisbury Cathedral.
St. Michael’s is now open seven days a week, welcoming visitors, hosting events and always offering hospitality to everyone and anyone.
- Public carpark nearby
#98 of 184 things to do in Bath
Most Recent Traveller Reviews
22 Sep 2018: While everyone else is pouring into very busy over priced cafes , restaurants for lunch or sitting outside Waitrose on a busy traffic corner , just opposite is St Michaels Without church offering a...
23 Aug 2018: Well worth a visit and located on Broad Street in Bath. Interior is particular good. Cafe inside the church serving tea and coffee. The name of this church comes from when Bath was surrounded by...
28 Jul 2018: A more modest church than the nearby Abbey this is more community based with a drop in cafe j and an a display of artistic work by homeless people who the related charity are teaching life skills