Plan your stay
People from across the globe flock to our world heritage city to come and see the best bits of Bath
Bath wouldn’t be Bath without its best bits. World-renowned crescents, historic Georgian venues, 2000-year-old pavements, healing hot spring waters and fudge-hued stone that appears to glow are just a few of sights that people from across the globe flock to our world heritage city to come and see. Of course, these days, there are plenty more modern pastimes to add to your itinerary too. . .
Thermae Bath Spa
In the heart of the city, Thermae Bath Spa is an award-winning natural spa where you can bathe in the country's only naturally warm, mineral-rich waters, as the Celts and Romans did over 2,000 years ago. Visit website
Private walking tour
Take a two-hour guided walking tour of Bath with Fred Mawer Tours. Fred is an award-winning Blue Badge Tourist Guide, city resident and The Daily Telegraph's travel expert on Bath. Your flexible tour will take in the city's highlights – including, of course, magnificent Great Pulteney Street, location of No.15 Great Pulteney – as well as hidden corners.
£120 per group. Tours are for private groups of up to six, and are subject to availability. Visit website
Ghost Walks of Bath
The ghost walk guides have been thrilling visitors with the real-life stories of macabre goings-on, hauntings and the tragic events of Bath’s past... Dare you learn more? Visit website
Around & About Bath tours
For an immersive, intimate, in-depth adventure for those who want to really experience authentic England, Around & About Bath will take you to the must-sees but also share the all-important hidden gems which are off the beaten track and away from the crowd. Visit website