Bath Virtual Tour
A great way to get to know Bath at 7.30pm on Friday & Saturday
- 15 British pounds£15
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This is a fantastic opportunity for you to join other virtual visitors to be introduced to the World Heritage City of Bath by one of the UK's only qualified tourist guides. They are the internationally respected Blue Badge registered / fully insured / Institute of Tourist Guiding qualified guides. We will ensure you take away a full understanding of Bath and virtually visit the must-see highlights. The tour is informative, interesting, entertaining, and historically correct! The Highlights Bath Abbey A stunning Gothic perpendicular church, with a magnificent west front. It’s the parish church of Bath and plays an active part in the spiritual health of the city. It’s history has been shaped by Kings and Queens, with even a visit from Queen Elizabeth I in the 1500s. Built on the site of the coronation of the first king of England, King Edgar. The Roman Baths Hidden for centuries the Roman Baths are probably the best preserved example in Northern Europe. The hot spring flows constantly at a temperature of 45 degrees and our fly over visit will really set the scene for when you can visit in person. The Royal Crescent Arguably Bath’s most desirable residence in Georgian times, this sweeping crescent of houses stands above Bath and never fails to take your breath away. Built in the late 1700s by John Wood the Younger it was the place to stay on visits to Bath. It has been the location for many film shoots including most recently, Bridgerton The Circus Just a short walk from the Royal Crescent is The Circus, echoes of the Colosseum in Rome here. The architect, John Wood the Elder was inspired by the Italian architect, Andrea Palladio and influenced by Roman and Greek architecture. It’s circular design and magnificent façade is a “must-see”. Pulteney Bridge This wonderful bridge is one of the iconic views of Bath. It is one of 3 bridges in Europe with shops on both sides, the others are the Ponte Vecchio and the Rialto in Florence and Venice. It spans the River Avon and is completed by a spectacular horse shoe weir.
To cancel or reschedule please contact us. Self Guided Tours and Virtual Tours are non refundable. For face to face guided tours all paid fees will be refunded if the tour is cancelled 6 days or more before your tour. 50% of the fee will be payable if tour is cancelled within 5 days of your tour and 0% if within 24 hours.
Abbey Churchyard, Bath, UK