Bath train station is conveniently located in the heart of the city centre, just a short walk from all of Bath’s shops and attractions, including the historic Roman Baths and Thermae Bath Spa.
VisitBath’s travel partner, Great Western Railway, serves the city and South West region with regular high-speed services from London Paddington taking just 90 minutes to deliver you to the heart of the World Heritage spa city.
Bath Spa station modernisation
In conjunction with Great Western Railway’s upgrade works, Network Rail will be modernising Bath Spa Train Station in preparation for longer trains, which will include widening platforms and decreasing the stepping distance to and from trains. These works will take place between 8-23 April 2017, with further modernisation work taking place later in the year. For more information visit: https://www.gwr.com/bath2017
Bristol Temple Meads is just 15 minutes away by train and is a major hub for travel to the rest of the country, enabling you to reach Northern England, Scotland, Devon and Cornwall. Direct train services run to Bath from a number of UK destinations including Cardiff, Brighton and Plymouth.
If you’re staying in Bath for a few days you can easily take a day trip by train to a number of nearby destinations including Bristol, Bradford-on-Avon, Frome and Salisbury.
If you're travelling as a group, you can save a third on tickets with Great western Railway's GroupSave offer. Catching one of the trains to Bath also allows you to take advantage of Great Western Railway's 2 for 1 offers at top attractions and restaurants.
a taxi rank can be found immediately outside the main exit of the station, plus the Bath bus station is located just a minutes’ walk further along Dorchester Street.
Need somewhere to leave your luggage whilst visiting the city? Just across the road from Bath train station the @Internet Café on Manvers Street and Bath Backpacker’s Hostel on Pierrepoint Street both offer temporary luggage storage for a small charge.