Bath City Sightseeing Tour

Going to Bath? Here’s a great way to soak it all in.

Bath is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Which means there’s a lot to see. Not only Roman Baths and Georgian architecture, but centuries of refined civilization. The Bath Sightseeing Tour is a great way to get an overview of this unforgettable city. You’ll start by choosing between two route options. One is a 50-minute City tour with an onboard English guide and available pre-recorded commentary in ten languages. The other is the Skyline Tour, which travels to significant sites on the outskirts of Bath. It too lasts 45 minutes with an onboard guide . Or you can simply choose either route as a means to hop on and off the open-air double-decker bus at your points of interest, since your bus access is valid for a full 24-hours. The Bath Sightseeing Tour. Simply put, there’s no better way to immerse yourself.

Here’s what’s included:

    • A voucher valid for 24 hours on a Hop on/Hop off open-air double-decker tour bus
    • 38 stops throughout Bath and departures every 15 - 30 minutes 
    • Choice of two routes: 50 min. City Center Tour, 45 min. Skyline Tour
    • Live English commentary on both tours
    • French, German, Italian, Spanish, Japanese, Polish, Cantonese and Russian commentary
    • Groups of 10 or more get a 5% discount on Bath City Sightseeing Tour



    • Exchange the Rail Europe voucher for your Bath City Sightseeing tour.
    • Voucher must be exchanged within 3 months of the date of purchase.
    • Special savings option allows you to purchase just one pass that will cover 2 adults and up to 3 children.
    • Hours of Operation from: 9:35am - 6:30pm.
    • Tour does not operate on December 25 - 26 and January 1.
    • Child rates are valid for children ages 5 -15.
    • Prices are subject to change.
Where are the bus stops located and what landmarks can I reach from each stop?

City Center Tour
  • High Street: Bath Abbey, Heritage Vaults, The Roman Baths, Sally Lunn’s
  • Grand Parade: Guildhall Market, Parade Gardens, Pulteney Bridge, Pulteney River, Cruises
  • Terrace Walk
  • Manvers Street: Railway Station
  • Green Park Road
  • Avon Street: Coach Park
  • Westgate Buildings: The Thermae Bath Spa
  • Queen Square: The Jane Austen Centre, Herschel Museum
  • Brock Street: The Royal Crescent, Bath at Work Museum, Fashion Museum
  • Weston Road: Golf Course
  • Weston Road: The Botanical Gardens
  • Upper Bristol Road: Royal Victoria Park with childrens playground
  • Upper Bristol Road: Marlborough Lane
  • Royal Avenue: Royal Victoria Park
  • Milsom Street: Some of Bath’s best quality shops can be found here, Building of Bath Museum
Skyline Tour
  • Manvers Street: Railway Station
  • Terrace Walk: Bath Abbey, Heritage Vaults, The Roman Baths, Sally Lunn’s
  • Great Pulteney Street: Laura Fountain
  • Great Pulteney Street: Holburne Museum
  • Beckford Road
  • Bath Spa Hotel
  • University Of Bath: American Museum
  • Ralph Allen Drive: Prior Park Landscape Garden
  • Quarry Road
  • North Parade: Parade Gardens
  • Rainbow Woods Farm: American Museum
  • Abbery Cemetary
  • Prior Park: National Trust Landscape Gardens
  • Brass Knocker Hill