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Things To Do In Bath

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Bath is well and truly spoilt in the ‘things to do’ department. Eating out, exploring the sights and drinking in the best of Bath’s culture are all popular escapades. If you’re strapped for time and want to cram in as much as possible you’ll love these novel ways to explore the city…

With the Wind in your Hair: Razorcat Tours

For a completely unique way to tour the city, how do you fancy jumping on the back of a stunning motorcycle trike? The professional chauffeurs at Razorcat Tours offer a heady range of excursions from one-hour tasters to longer lunch tours where you choose your weakness: a country-cosy pub lunch or a five-star fine dining experience – the choice is all yours! This is the ultimate way to satisfy your sense of adventure whilst seeing all Bath’s best bits. Find out more...

On the Water: Pulteney Cruises

Running (or should we say cruising?!) between April – October, a boat trip on the Pulteney Princess will take you between Bath’s beautiful Pulteney Weir and the chocolate box village of Bathampton. On a fine day be sure to disembark at Bathampton Mill to have a look around before strolling back along the Kennet and Avon canal. Trips run approx. every 80 minutes. Find out more…

From the Air: Balloon Rides

Up, up and away! Your hot air flight will begin at the Royal Victoria Park, just next to Bath’s famous Royal Crescent. You will ascend over the historic crescent, sipping Champagne as you drift over all the city’s well-known landmarks and out towards the surrounding countryside. Offering views of a bevy of picture-perfect English villages including Lacock, Castle Coombe and Bradford-on-Avon, this is by far the smartest way to see Bath… and beyond! Find out more...

By Road: Bath Bus Tours

The Bath Bus Company offers hop-on, hop-off open-top bus tours of the city. Our closest stop is at Queens Square (about 30 seconds away), after that the city really is your oyster! The big red buses stop right outside the Thermae Bath Spa, the Assembly Rooms, Bath Abbey and the botanical gardens as well as crossing Pulteney Bridge and heading down Bath’s best shopping quarter – Milsom Street. The bus tours don’t just cover the city centre, but also the outskirts of Bath. So once you’ve explored central Bath why not opt for a skyline tour? Beginning at the train station, you'll head out past the University of Bath, the American Museum in Britain (located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) and the stunning Prior Park Landscape Gardens. Find out more…

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