Georgian Bath Walk
Private walking tours of Georgian Bath routinely commence outside Bath Abbey and will bring alive Bath’s long history since its foundation as a great religious centre by the Romans known as Aquae Sulis and how Bath was transformed in the 18C by John Wood the Elder and his son John Wood the Younger in to the stunning Georgian city we see today. The walk will take in the sights of the Pump Room, Bath Street, the Cross Bath and Hot Bath, Queen Square, the Circus, the Royal Crescent, Milsom Street, and Pulteney Bridge. Walks routinely last 2 hours.
Prices for groups with a maximum of 5 persons are priced individually subject to requirements but start at £100 for family groups.
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