A totally free and pleasant two hour walk around the famous Georgian city of Bath with the Mayor of Bath's Corps of Honorary Guides. The guides are unpaid volunteers and strictly do not accept tips or gratuities.
Open top guided bus tour of Bath and the surrounding countryside. There are two routes - city and skyline. Tickets are valid 24 hours so you can split your tour over two consecutive days. Previously operated as City Sightseeing.
Bizarre Bath is a unique evening entertainment that appeals to everyone. You'll laugh yourself silly when you join the celebrated stroll which takes an irreverent look at the city of Bath. You'll experience unforgettable mysteries, thrills and surprises that stretch the traditional image of the city.
Ghost Walks of Bath will take you to many famous places noted for their strange events. Apart from experiencing first hand the charm of this wonderful city and its Georgian buildings, you can sample the atmosphere and imagine the situations which set the stage for so many strange events which have been so well documented.
Minibus tours from Bath to Stonehenge, Avebury Stone Circles, Castle Combe and Lacock National Trust village. The local guides have a wealth of knowledge about the area and will provide you with plenty of information about the history, culture, theories and legends. Admission fees are extra.
Scarper Tours run the original and ultimate Stonehenge Tour from the City of Bath. Famed for their fun, friendly tours and legendary purple buses. The four hour round trip includes scenic views, lively commentary and priority entrance into Stonehenge. Admission fees are included and tours depart daily.
A family run company offering small group tours from Bath for independent travellers. Full and half day minibus tours from Bath to Stonehenge, Castle Combe and Lacock National Trust village. Admission fees are extra.
A charming Victorian boating station at Bathwick. Thames Skiffs (rowing boats), canoes and punts are available for hire by the hour or day and can all be used to explore the River Avon. Within easy walking distance of the city centre. Open from Easter to the end of September.
Pulteney Cruisers operate a unique fleet of two decked vessels with sun deck on top and cabin below. Café and toilet on board. The boats cruise up the River Avon on the pretty reach above the Pulteney Weir at frequent intervals to Bathampton daily.
The Two Tunnels route is a shared-use path for walkers and cyclists which follows the path of the old Somerset and Dorset Railway running south of Bath. Starting at Bath Green Park Station follow the A36 Lower Bristol Road through Bath to the off-road start at Bellotts Road. The route then continues south towards Midford.
The Bristol and Bath Railway Path is a 13 mile off road route between the cities of Bristol and Bath following the path of the old Midland Railway. The path is open to walkers and cyclists and access is provided for disabled users.
A small, friendly, independent bike shop at the edge of Bath city centre. A fleet of hybrid hire bikes are available, ready to let you make the most of this beautiful city and the surrounding countryside.
Explore the Bath Skyline along miles of waymarked footpaths. Discover hidden valleys, rich in limestone flowers and tranquil beech woodlands, interspersed with extensive views over Bath and out towards the Blackdown Hills.