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Where to
Visit in Bath

Bath is famous as a cultural yet contemporary city space with parks, green spaces and booming businesses.

From tree-lined streets full of gracious Georgian architecture, the iconic Royal Crescent, and a wealth of galleries to museums and world-class eateries, Bath is a small, charming city with something for everyone.
Below we’ve listed some of the things to do as a guide to the best five attractions you should make time for whenever you are in Bath.

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Visit the Roman Baths

It’s impossible to spend time in Bath without visiting the Roman Baths, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a uniquely captivating glimpse into history.

The natural hot springs underneath the city streets feed into the bathing complex and temple, and if you’d like a dip in the healing waters, you can do so at the Thermae Bath Spa, with a spectacular open-air pool on the roof.

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Take a Trip to

Bath Abbey

Bath Abbey is a stunning mediaeval church built in 1499 and a quiet, reflective space to wind down after a busy day of site-seeing.

You can attend the Abbey on an organised tour or visit by yourself to listen to music, light a candle, or marvel at the extraordinary architecture.

Prior Park

Landscape Gardens

On a sunny day, there is little better to do in Bath than relaxing in the 18th-century gardens, built around the Palladian Bridge and managed by The National Trust.

Prior Park Gardens also hosts regular summer events, such as Come Out and Play, with various activities and physical challenges to liven up your picnics.

Bath

Shopping

If you’re looking for retail therapy, you’ll find countless boutiques, brands and independent stores stocking everything you could wish to buy!

You’ll discover lively shops in Stall Street and Union Street in the city centre, or visit Bath Aqua Glass next to the Abbey for beautiful hand-blown jewellery.

The San Francisco Fudge Factory is also a great stop-off point, just next to the Thermae Bath Spa.

On rainy days, we’d suggest Green Park Station, which hosts markets under a glass ceiling, with a Bath Farmers Market held every Saturday morning with a choice of local cheeses, fresh fish, and organic fruits and vegetables to try.

Simply download the app, register, and book a SWOOP ride at your leisure.

Download SWOOP Taxis on Google Play
Download SWOOP Taxis on App Store

Where to
Visit in Bath

Bath is famous as a cultural yet contemporary city space with parks, green spaces and booming businesses.

From tree-lined streets full of gracious Georgian architecture, the iconic Royal Crescent, and a wealth of galleries to museums and world-class eateries, Bath is a small, charming city with something for everyone.
Below we’ve listed some of the things to do as a guide to the best five attractions you should make time for whenever you are in Bath.
Download SWOOP Taxis on App Store
Download SWOOP Taxis on Google Play

Visit the Roman Baths

It’s impossible to spend time in Bath without visiting the Roman Baths, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a uniquely captivating glimpse into history.

The natural hot springs underneath the city streets feed into the bathing complex and temple, and if you’d like a dip in the healing waters, you can do so at the Thermae Bath Spa, with a spectacular open-air pool on the roof.

Take a Trip to Bath Abbey

Bath Abbey is a stunning mediaeval church built in 1499 and a quiet, reflective space to wind down after a busy day of site-seeing.

You can attend the Abbey on an organised tour or visit by yourself to listen to music, light a candle, or marvel at the extraordinary architecture.

Prior Park Landscape Gardens

On a sunny day, there is little better to do in Bath than relaxing in the 18th-century gardens, built around the Palladian Bridge and managed by The National Trust.

Prior Park Gardens also hosts regular summer events, such as Come Out and Play, with various activities and physical challenges to liven up your picnics.

Bath Shopping

If you’re looking for retail therapy, you’ll find countless boutiques, brands and independent stores stocking everything you could wish to buy!

You’ll discover lively shops in Stall Street and Union Street in the city centre, or visit Bath Aqua Glass next to the Abbey for beautiful hand-blown jewellery.

The San Francisco Fudge Factory is also a great stop-off point, just next to the Thermae Bath Spa.

On rainy days, we’d suggest Green Park Station, which hosts markets under a glass ceiling, with a Bath Farmers Market held every Saturday morning with a choice of local cheeses, fresh fish, and organic fruits and vegetables to try.

Simply download the app, register, and book a SWOOP ride at your leisure.

Download SWOOP Taxis on Google Play
Download SWOOP Taxis on App Store