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City of Bath Walk

What better way to see the sights of Bath than on a walking tour?

Follow this wonderful walking route to discover the many historic attractions and points of interest that this bustling city has to offer its visitors.

Discover the history of this beautiful city with a historical walk. A city walk that lets you explore the very best that Bath was to offer.

Find restaurants, cafes, pubs, shops, and plenty more to keep you entertained along the way, alongside plenty of Baths’ historic points of interest.

Wander around the famous Bath Abbey, Roman Baths, Queen Square, and The Assembly Rooms, just to name a few. How many attractions can you tick off?


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  • Wheelchair friendly
  • Child-friendly
  • Pram friendly
  • Historic


  1. Begin your journey at the beautiful Bath Abbey, soaking in its splendour before making your way down Abbey Churchyard Road to the Roman Baths.
  2. From the Roman Baths, make the short trip to The Cross Bath via Bath Street.
  3. Make your way over Bath Street past The Little Theatre and carry on along St Michael’s Place before reaching Bridewell Lane ahead. Follow the road all the way up before turning left just after you see Quiet Street on your right. Find the excitement of Queen Square just a short stroll away.
  4. Follow the right side of Queen Square, taking Gay Street all the way to The Circus.
  5. Next up is Royal Crescent, which can be reached via Brock Street to the left of The Circus.
  6. Take Upper Church Street and turn right onto Circus Mews, heading down onto Circus Place before reaching the National Trust’s Assembly Rooms.
  7. Follow Alfred Street before taking the road ahead, Hay Hill. Turn left off Hay Hill to reach The Paragon.
  8. Take The Paragon Road all the way south, bearing right onto George Street. Follow this until you find Milsom Street on your left. Here you will find beautiful architecture accompanied by a plethora of shops to explore.
  9. Follow the road south, bearing left onto New Bond Street. Take a right at the end of the right before joining Bridge Street where you will find your final destination, Pulteney Bridge.
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