How to get here

Located in the South West Bath is only 90 minutes by First Great Western train from London Paddington and 30 minutes from Junction 18 on the M4.

For a stress free visit to Bath, use one of the three Park & Ride services. There are services from all three sites from Monday to Saturday. Regular bus services run into the city at least every 15 minutes. All buses are wheelchair and pushchair friendly.

For parking and area maps, go to the Visit Bath website

For information on how to get to Bath and where to stay go to www.visitbath.co.uk

 The Royal Crescent in Bath

Hot City

To plan a perfect break in Bath we recommend you consult visitbath.co.uk
One of Europe’s finest cities, Bath is a delightful place for a short breaks.

If you’re planning a trip to Bath why not visit Britain’s only naturally heated spa.
www.thermaebathspa.com

Two people in rooftoop pool at Thermae Bath Spa

Venues

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1. Assembly Rooms
Bennett Street, Bath, BA1 2QH 
7. The American Museum
Claverton Manor, Claverton,
Bath, BA2 7BD
2. Green Park Station
Bath, BA1 1JB 
8. Bath Function Rooms
Green Park Station,
Bath, BA1 1JB
3. The Allium Brasserie
at The Abbey Hotel
1 North Parade, Bath, BA1 1LF 
9. SouthGate Bath
12 Southgate Street,
Bath, BA1 1AQ
4. Komedia
22-23 Westgate Street,
Bath, BA1 1EP
10. Topping & Company
The Paragon, Bath, BA1 5LS
5. The Fashion Museum
Bennett Street, Bath, BA1 2QH
11. The Loft
Bartlett Street, Bath, BA1 2QZ
6. The Little Theatre
1-2 St. Michael’s Place,Bath, BA1 1SF
12. The Chapel
at RNHRD NHS Foundation Trust
Upper Borough Walls
Bath BA1 1RL

 

Disabled parking

Bath and North East Somerset Council operate a blue badge scheme for disabled car users.

Disabled Parking in Car Parks

Designated easy access parking bays are available for blue badge holders in most city centre car parks. Please check car park signage for further information.

Disabled On-Street Parking

There are designated disabled parking bays in the city centre. These have white bay markings on-street and the words ‘DISABLED’. You can also park in permit and pay and display on-street parking spaces without limit. When parking on-street you need to display your blue badge at all times.

Parking on yellow lines is permitted for a maximum of 3 hours except where there is a ban on loading and unloading. Both the blue badge and time clock must be clearly and correctly displayed. Please note that blue badge holders are not necessarily exempt from the tow away scheme if the parked vehicle is creating a hazard.

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