Tours and Sightseeing
Don’t know where to start your sightseeing? You’re not alone. With so many things to see in and around Bath it can be difficult to navigate the maze of options. Make life easier by joining one the many guided tours of Bath.
A popular option is an easy Bath bus tour. See the city at your own pace with a hop-on, hop-off journey taking in all of our iconic sights. Along the way, knowledgeable local tour guides will tell the story of Bath’s rich history and fill you in on fascinating and unusual facts about the city. If you want to travel further afield, head out on a Stonehenge tour, surely the simplest and most comfortable way to visit this awesome ancient monument.
Join a walking tour to see things from street level. Bath is a compact city, designed to be explored on foot, and there is a great range of walking themes and options. Take a guided tour of the city’s architecture, discover Bath’s hidden gardens, sample a culinary stroll around our best places to eat or see the dark side on a spooky ghost walk. If you prefer to go it alone, you can download audio guides that lead you through the World Heritage Site of Bath and in the footsteps of Jane Austen.
Prefer to ride, not walk? Saddle up for a guided bike tour. You’ll find routes suitable for all types of riders, from easy cruises around the city sights to longer trips out into the countryside around Bath.
See Bath from a different angle on a boat tour. Cruise along the River Avon for waterside views of Pulteney Bridge, Bath Abbey and Bathampton Mill. Or take to the tranquil Kennet and Avon Canal for a leisurely trip through leafy Somerset countryside on a traditional narrowboat (even better, combine your journey with a meal on a floating restaurant).
Join a guided tour with a friendly, knowledgeable guide
Bath is a compact city, ideal for exploring on foot
Bath Tourist Tours
Specialising in private tours to Stonehenge, Avebury, Lacock, Wells, The Cotswolds, Castle Combe and further afield