Bath, United Kingdom

Bath - Heritage City Highlights

Bath - Heritage City Highlights

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14 tour stops


Bath Abbey & a History of Bath

Built in 1499, Bath Abbey has been described as England’s last great Gothic church.

4 min

The Roman Baths

Founded in the 9th century, these baths also featured a temple to Sulis Minerva.

4 min

Bath Street

Built into the cobblestone street here is the World Heritage Site symbol.

2 min

Westgate Buildings

Walk along the side of the Westgate Buildings toward the Theatre Royal.

38 s

Theatre Royal

This is believed to be one of the country’s oldest working theatres.

2 min

Queen Square

This plaza was designed by John Wood, the Elder, and constructed between 1728 & 1735.

3 min

Royal Avenue

This route to the Royal Crescent offers excellent views of the city.

1 min

Royal Crescent

This masterpiece of John Wood, the Younger, features 114 columns along the façade.

3 min

The Circus

This circular terrace hints at Wood’s fascination with druids and Stonehenge.

2 min

Assembly Rooms

These rooms offered the upper class a place to drink, dance, and socialize.

2 min

Alfred Street

Looking down Alfred Street gives a great view of the back of the Circus.

52 s

Milsom Street

Originally a residential area, Milsom Street is now dominated by retail outlets.

1 min

New Bond Street

This narrow route leads to Union Passage, which will lead to Westgate Street.

33 s

Ending Point

The intersection of Union Passage and Westgate Street marks the end of this tour.

1 min


A 50-minute walk taking in the highlights of Bath: the Abbey, Roman Baths, the Royal Crescent, The Circus and the Assembly Rooms.

Itinerary 2.6 km / 50 min

Offline map included

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