Day Trips & Excursions :

Bath Christmas Shop and Explore


Journey Details
Stop Date Time
Depart
Bridgnorth, UK 12/11/2022 07:30
Eardington, Bridgnorth, UK 12/11/2022 07:33
Chelmarsh, Bridgnorth, UK 12/11/2022 07:37
Highley, Bridgnorth, UK 12/11/2022 07:45
Kinlet, Bewdley, UK 12/11/2022 07:53
Button Bridge Lane, Bewdley, UK 12/11/2022 07:59
Button Oak, Bewdley, UK 12/11/2022 08:03
Bewdley, UK 12/11/2022 08:07
Kidderminster, UK 12/11/2022 08:16
Bath, UK 12/11/2022 10:05
Return
Bath, UK 12/11/2022 16:30
Kidderminster, UK 12/11/2022 18:17
Bewdley, UK 12/11/2022 18:27
Button Oak, Bewdley, UK 12/11/2022 18:31
Button Bridge Lane, Bewdley, UK 12/11/2022 18:36
Kinlet, Bewdley, UK 12/11/2022 18:41
Highley, Bridgnorth, UK 12/11/2022 18:48
Chelmarsh, Bridgnorth, UK 12/11/2022 18:55
Eardington, Bridgnorth, UK 12/11/2022 18:59
Bridgnorth, UK 12/11/2022 19:03
Details :

The central streets of Bath are packed with a variety of well-known brands. Stall Street and Union Street provide a lively route of shops through the length of the city. Adjacent to Bath Abbey is Bath Aqua Glass, offering beautiful hand-blown glassware and jewellery, The San Francisco Fudge Co. for a sweet treat, and tucked away by the side of Thermae Bath Spa on Hot Bath Street is Breathe Out Now – a conscious wellbeing lifestyle shop selling aromatherapy card and crystals. Union Street is home to Lush store and spa – immerse yourself in a world of tranquillity for the mind and body.

Don’t miss The Corridor, resembling a Parisian arcade or Bath Guildhall Market, the city’s oldest indoor market. Wander along Union Passage to find family-run The Silver Shop and pay a visit to the award-winning jeweller Nicholas Wylde in Northumberland Place. In nearby Broad Street you’ll find a range of boutique fashion and interior shops and a design-led independent department storeYou won’t have to look far to find things to do in Bath as the city is famously full of attractions and activities. In many ways, Bath hasn’t changed much since the times of Georgian gentleman Ralph Allen and writer Jane Austen, both of whom fell under the spell of this city built for pleasure.

Take a tour through time and explore the only UK city designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You’ll travel centuries in just a few steps. Visit the Roman Baths dating back to AD43 to see how our former settlers liked to unwind. Wander through the pages of one of Austen’s classic novels as you stroll past mellow architectural masterpieces like the Royal Crescent and the Circus, or celebrate Bath's most famous resident at the Jane Austen Centre.

The city is home to an array of fascinating museums, such as No. 1 Royal Crescent, where you can experience life as a Georgian in Bath, or the unique Museum of East Asian Art, the UK’s only museum solely dedicated to the arts and cultures of East and South East Asia. Bath is also the ideal base for exploring nearby sites like the photogenic villages of Lacock and Castle Combe, and Stonehenge’s mysterious megaliths.

Our impeccable heritage is just part of the story. We’re a lively, thriving city where ancient history and Georgian elegance sit comfortably alongside a decidedly twenty-first-century cosmopolitan buzz. Eat out in hundreds of restaurants and cafés serving everything from Michelin-starred gourmet dishes to simple, satisfying street food.

Unwind in chic cocktail bars and welcoming traditional pubs, then dip into a rich evening scene that embraces comedy, live music and theatre. Head to Green Park Brasserie for free live jazz music and award-winning food and drink, catch a show at Theatre Royal Bath or enjoy after-hours entertainment at Komedia Bath. If that isn’t enough, there’s also a year-round programme of special events and festivals

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Prices
OAP £19.95
Young Person £19.95
Regular £21.95