Hop on board our open-top tour buses at any stop along our routes
and let us guide you through the world renowned Georgian city of
Bath and its iconic sights.
Two routes running daily.
The City Tour takes you past The Roman Baths, The Abbey, The Royal Crescent, The Assembly Rooms, The Guildhall, Grande Parade, Pulteney Weir, Parade Gardens, Royal Victoria Park, Jane Austen Centre, Mary Shelley "House of Frankenstein".
Frequency: every 6 to 15 mins - from 27th March to 30th November & every 20 to 30 mins - from 1st December to 26th March.
The Skyline Tour takes you past: Prior Park and Landscape Gardens, The American Museum, The University of Bath, Rainbow Woods, Holburne Museum, Skyline Walk.
Frequency: every 15 to 30 mins from 27th March to 30th November & every 60 mins – from 2nd January to 26th March.
First departure 10:00
Last departure 17:00
25th & 26th December and 1st Jan
Buses are fully accessible.
The audio guide commentary is available in 10 languages on the bus devices: English, French, Spanish, Italian, German, Polish, Russian, Mandarin, Cantonese & Japanese.
Designated as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, Bath is home to some of the finest architectural buildings in Europe such as The Royal Crescent, The Circus, Pulteney Bridge, Bath Abbey, and one of the UK’s leading attractions, The Roman Bath’s.
Two different routes have been specially designed to immerse you into Bath's unique charm; the City Tour takes you to all major tourist attractions and is the perfect way to discover Bath city centre. Step off the bus to visit the Roman Baths, the Abbey, the Theatre Royal Bath or simply enjoy an original and delicious Bath Bun at Sally Lunn’s, one of the oldest houses in the city. Don't miss the opportunity to stop at Pulteney bridge a great example of Bath's Georgian architecture and one of the most instragramable spots in the city.
Once you have covered the city centre, jump on The Skyline Tour to explore the other side of the river Avon and the amazing views of the city from its outskirts! We will take you past Prior Park Landscape Gardens, The University of Bath and the American Museum.
Listen to our knowledgeable and enthusiastic local guide, ready to tell you all about Bath’s rich history. Or tune in to our multi-lingual audio commentary.