Bath is a fantastic, ever-changing City with a huge amount to offer. Below we have highlighted some of our favourite 'things to do' whilst visiting the City.
Tours of Bath
To begin your stay in the beautiful City of Bath, a walking tour is a must!
Discover Bath with Fred Mawer Tours. Fred is The Daily Telegraph’s Bath expert, a city resident and a Blue Badge tour guide, the highest qualification in the guiding world. Take in the city's main sights, starting at Dukes. Explore the surrounding historic Pulteney Estate area including the magnificent Great Pulteney Street, the key landmarks in the city centre and other highlights such as The Royal Crescent and Circus. Tours are private and flexible, so can cater to your individual requirements and interests – from £100 per group.
If you wish to undertake a tour of two UNESCO heritage sites during your stay at Dukes, book a private tour with Daniel at Bath Insider Tours and discover both Bath and Stonehenge. Pick-up and drop-off is available from Dukes. Price per group (up to 6 persons) starts from £350.
Bath City Cycle Tours are the perfect way to see Bath's iconic buildings and historic sites. The 2 hour tour takes you through the City's oldest streets on a journey back in time to see grand Georgian architecture, Victorian public gardens, Medieval city walls, the legacy of Britain's Roman occupation before enjoying expansive views over the city from the Kennet and Avon canal. You'll also get the chance to see some of the amazing wildlife in the City including Kingfishers, Peregrine Falcons and Grey Herons. Our guides are experts in local military history and wildlife providing a unique perspective on Bath as a World Heritage City. Prices start from £30 per person.
You must take advantage of one or more of Bath's many walking tours that take place each day. These tours gives a great introduction to Bath. Visit Bath's famous landmarks such as the Royal Crescent, Bath Abbey, Pulteney Bridge & many more. Indeed, Bath is home to many fun and varied walking tours that take place throughout the year. These include:
Ghost Walks of Bath
Bad of Bath
Bath Regency Walking Tour
For more information and other suggestions for your stay in Bath head to the Dukes Guide Book.