Family Entertainment Walk in Bath, Bath

This tour offers great attractions for the entertainment of children in the city of Bath. Glassblowing demonstrations could be your next unforgettable experience in Bath. The children’s play area in the Royal Victoria Park, the Beazer Garden Maze, the Egg club from Theatre Royal, an enjoyable river boat trip, and of course a peek into the world of sweets are definitely places and activities your family will enjoy. Don’t miss the opportunity to have fun at these spots with your children.
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Family Entertainment Walk in Bath Map

Guide Name: Family Entertainment Walk in Bath
Guide Location: England » Bath (See other walking tours in Bath)
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Sightseeing)
# of Attractions: 7
Tour Duration: 1 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 2.5 km
Author: rose
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Beazer Garden Maze

1) Beazer Garden Maze (must see)

The eastern edge of Bath city centre can be a distracting place. Around Pulteney Bridge, the bustle of the indoor market meets the swirl of traffic heading into town. The River Avon which surrounds the city centre passes over a weir, creating a low roar that draws visitors to the banks of the river. This is a lively area of town, with large hotels, traditional pubs and restaurants lining the route down to Bath Spa station. It can be hard to find a quiet family friendly spot, unless you cross...   view more
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River Boat Trip from Pulteney Bridge in the historic City of Bath

2) River Boat Trip from Pulteney Bridge in the historic City of Bath (must see)

A boat trip is a good way to learn more about the city of Bath and to enjoy the pleasure of a boat trip. You can board the boat from Pulteney Bridge. The boat trips are scheduled every eighty minutes between April and October. The round trip lasts one hour. The way back is usually accompanied by the crew and the driver’s commentaries about the places of interest on the...   view more
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Bath Weir

3) Bath Weir

Bath Weir was built in 1975 to protect the city from flood risks, since the river Avon has strong currents. The Weir has an attractive horseshoe shape. The Pulteney Bridge with its shops is just above it. Bath Weir is best viewed from Grand Parade street and it is a perfect spot to relax with a take-away coffee from the nearby coffee...   view more
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Bath Sweet Shop

4) Bath Sweet Shop

The Bath Sweet Shop is a great place to buy sweets. It is a small, old fashioned, traditional shop with a vast selection of sweets. Here you will find all the delicious sweets you can only imagine, in lots of glass jars and at good prices. Make sure you pop in for a look. Gobstoppers, shoe laces, popping candy and chocolate buttons - your kids will be happy. The shop is open Monday through Saturday from 10:00 am to 5:30 pm and on Sunday from 10:00 am to 5:00...   view more
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Theatre Royal

5) Theatre Royal (must see)

Opened in 1805, The Theatre Royal in Bath remains one of the largest provincial theatres in the UK. Located in the busy Seven Dials area of Bath city centre, the theatre hosts touring plays, musical performances and stand up comedy. The theatre is also the centre of Bath’s renowned Shakespeare Festival, which takes place throughout the month of March. The theatre complex also houses two smaller studio theatres – the Ustinov Studio, which hosts an annual puppetry festival, and The Egg, a...   view more
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Royal Victoria Park

6) Royal Victoria Park (must see)

There are landmarks across Great Britain named after its longest serving monarch, Queen Victoria – but Royal Victoria Park was the first to bear her name. Opened in 1830 when the then Princess Victoria was just 11 years old, the 57 acre public park is typical of the municipal gardens that appeared in wealthy cities in the 19th century. Aiming to offer entertainment, social spaces and the tranquillity of nature within one space, the park is a popular destination for tourists and local residents...   view more
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Bath Aqua Theatre of Glass

7) Bath Aqua Theatre of Glass

The Bath Aqua Theatre of Glass is one of Bath’s most unusual attractions. A fully operational glass works, the Theatre of Glass offers visitors the opportunity to watch live glass blowing demonstrations – and even try it for themselves. Situated amongst the art galleries and second hand stores of Walcot Street, the Theatre of Glass offers an alternative to the busier attractions in the centre of the city. The workshop uses distinctive turquoise glass, made by adding copper oxide to the...   view more

Walking Tours in Bath, England

Create Your Own Walk in Bath

Create Your Own Walk in Bath

Creating your own self-guided walk in Bath is easy and fun. Choose the city attractions that you want to see and a walk route map will be created just for you. You can even set your hotel as the start point of the walk.
Bath Art Galleries Walking Tour

Bath Art Galleries Walking Tour

Discover the beauty of art in the art galleries of Bath. This fantastic tour offers a variety of artwork by British and international artists. You will admire over 1500 decorative art treasures including oil paintings, sculptures, jewelry, glass, textiles, and ceramics. Don't miss an opportunity to check out these wonderful galleries.

Tour Duration: 1 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 1.4 km
Georgian Architectural Walking Tour in Bath

Georgian Architectural Walking Tour in Bath

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Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 4.1 km
Architectural Walk in Bath

Architectural Walk in Bath

This tour offers a walk through buildings constructed mostly during the Victorian era and the period after that. One of the characteristics of architecture of that time was the introduction of steel as a building component. Most of the attractions of this tour are listed buildings. The early twentieth century architectural traditions of Bath blend with the art deco style. The whole City of Bath was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987.

Tour Duration: 3 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 5.5 km
City Orientation Walk

City Orientation Walk

Renowned for its natural hot springs discovered by ancient Romans, peculiar Georgian architecture set in honey-coloured stone and the tranquil surroundings of the rolling English countryside, the city of Bath is a World Heritage Site and a major tourist destination since the 18th century. Bath Abbey, Roman Baths, The Circus and many other local attractions are featured in this orientation walk for your exploration and enjoyment.

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 3.1 km
Bath Museums Walking Tour

Bath Museums Walking Tour

Discover Bath's rich history of commercial development, fashion and Roman heritage. The astronomer Hershel lived and worked here. Bath is also well known for its architecture. Don't miss the opportunity to visit the great museums Bath has to offer, including its principal attraction - the Roman baths.

Tour Duration: 1 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 2.5 km
Bath Places of Worship Walking Tour

Bath Places of Worship Walking Tour

Discover the wonderful places of worship in Bath. Most of them are beautiful examples of Gothic architecture. One of the most popular churches in Bath, founded in the 7th century, is Bath Abbey. Other than being places of worship and spectacular buildings, most of these churches are actively involved in the community life, helping the needy, and teaching the Bible. Be sure to visit these spiritual places and feel their energy.

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 4.0 km