Avalon Heritage Tours
Bath Walking Tours offer tours of the south-west and surrounding area, from a personal service with itineraries to suit all, to special interest tours, looking after the needs of corporate, individual or group clients.
With a variety of offerings to choose from, we're sure you'll be happy working with us.
Walking Tours of the City of Bath Essential Bath - up to 2 hours (all the main sights) - where we will talk about 2000 years of history, legends, Bath's world heritage status, the magical hot springs,, Georgian/classical architecture and more! Price £150
Extended Bath - up to 4 hours (let's go inside and have a look) as per the 2 hour tour, but maybe a visit inside the Abbey and the Assembly Rooms, plus a coffee stop or two. Price £250
Even more of Bath - up to 8 hours walking tour exploring slightly further away from the main sights, where we can get a glimpse of Bath's industrial heritage, the early transport links, stunning views, different photographic opportunities, parks and gardens - and lots more. Price £500
Alternatively, if you would prefer a solo experience using your mobile phone on a virtual walk around the city of Bath, please try one of the following links (if you are unable to visit, these tours can be downloaded from your home, hotel, or wherever you may be):
Virtual Tour of Medieval Bath Whether you have visited before, or this is your first time in Bath, by following the above link, this walking tour will open your eyes to a hidden world of yesteryear.
Within a short walk, following the line of the ancient city wall, you'll hear about people who have walked this route before you. They include the Celtic Britons and French Normans, along with the Saxons, Vikings and yes, everyone's favorites, the Romans.
Why not 'lend me your ears' for a walk and talk covering 1700 years? Virtual Tour of Georgian & Victorian Bath By following the link above, this walking tour will show how Bath was reborn in the 1700s to become England's premier place of resort. It attracted many of the country’s aristocracy and gentry, but also the not so well-to-do along with them. On this walk, you can promenade just as visitors did then, and experience the glamour of high society in Georgian-era Bath. You’ll see architecture that has impressed visitors for 300 years – and by the end, in the words of Jane Austen, you too will be saying, “Oh! Who can ever be tired of Bath?”.