Access Bath

Bath is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Whether you’re seeking romance and relaxation or fresh learning experiences and family time, you could not ask for a more awe-inspiring backdrop to your next break.

With specially trained tour guides and some great updates to heritage attractions and bedrooms across the city, Bath now has a reliable accessible itinerary. Come and discover 2000 years of history and culture, learn about Bath’s iconic architecture and residents and enjoy a raft of wining, dining and family-friendly foodie options.

Things to do

Roman Baths

A visit to the Roman Baths offers an unforgettable experience. From ancient stone pavements, to examples of curses and spa treatment tools, the museum reveals a fascinating account of our 2000-year old history. The Bill Bryson audio guide is included as standard, but there are also audio guides using British sign language and guides with enhanced descriptions for those with visual impairment.

No 1 Royal Crescent

The first Georgian townhouse in the world famous Royal Crescent has been turned into a living museum. Following a £5 million renovated the house and its servant quarters have been restored to their full glory. Venture into the glamorous quarters and uncover some of the house’s secrets and stories through the knowledgeable volunteer guides in each room.

Victoria Art Gallery

The public art gallery for Bath, with collections ranging from the 15th century to the present day. The gallery houses a lot of contemporary exhibitions, including many works for sale. Workshops for Special Schools, and regular talks/handling sessions for visually impaired people are available, and a sign language interpreter can be arranged in advance.

Fashion Museum

A world-class collection of contemporary and historical dress, announced by CNN as one of the top ten Fashion Museums in the world. Only in Bath would a museum dedicated to the fashionistas of the past and their styles be housed in a spectacular 18th century townhouse. Audio tours are available.

Bath Parade Guides

These Blue Badge professional guides with 35 years’ experience offer tours that are 100% tailored to you and your needs. Whether you’re interested in the historical, architectural and cultural highlights, or if you’re eager to learn about Austen’s life in Bath, Bath Parade Guides will lead you on a discovery tour of this inspiring city.

Holiday Inn Express Bath

Holiday Inn Express offers modern, accessible accommodation just one mile from Bath city centre. Accommodation comes with free breakfast and Wi-Fi. On-site parking is available (including spaces reserved for Blue Badge holders) and the hotel is fully M1, V1 and H1 compliant.

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