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Bath Abbey

Bath BA1 1LT, England
+44 1225 422462
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Begun in 1499 by Bishop King, this is England's last great medieval church, dissolved in 1539 and now serving as a parish church.
  • Excellent63%
  • Very good30%
  • Average5%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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Bath BA1 1LT, England
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Reviewed yesterday

an amazing place to visit when in Bath. It has so much history and the ongoing work needs support so visit!

Thank eltelstafford
Reviewed 2 days ago

Beautiful Abbey but have seen better, will not take to long to see around, but please give a donation as is needed to keep it updated

Thank Elaine R
Reviewed 2 days ago

Have been to the abbey before and its beautiful but this time we climbed the tower! Quite a thigh burner but very interesting tour, and great views on a clear day.

Thank 262Emma
Reviewed 2 days ago

Simply put, you can NOT miss the Bath Abbey when you visit Bath. We were lucky enough to get the choir rehearsal whilst visiting, so we sat down, listened and gazed up at the incredible fan vaulted ceilings and just took it all in. Will...More

Thank pallonia
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Went up on the tower tour, at first I was a bit disappointed that I couldn't go up on my own because I didn't want to wait for the guide to come on the hour. But the guide I had (George) was really nice and...More

Thank Kay S
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

A very atmospheric place and not to be missed if visiting Bath for the first time. Entrance is ‘free’ but a donation is requested and the suggested level displayed is £4. Exit is via the gift shop.

Thank Y3363HArichardw
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Only complaint up front; to go up in the building we were going to have to wait 45 minutes for the next guided tour, which my timeline didn’t allow, so I was only able to see the main floor, which was pretty amazing.

Thank midwestbandit
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

What an absolute blessing to be able walk around this wonderful place and talk to guides who are genuinely interested and want to share their passion. So much to see so make sure you allow at least a couple of hours. Keep an eye out...More

Thank Martin C
Reviewed 3 days ago

this place has atmophere and history.a very calming place. just soak up the history. the gift shop has many interesting things. well worth a visit.

Thank rshort2006
Reviewed 3 days ago

Beautiful abbey. Loved the series of embroideries on the life of Christ. The Tower Tour was amazing and informative

Thank H8957ZYruthc
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Diane C
9 June 2015|
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Response from Barry C |
Check restaurant menus from the City but there are no restaurant facilities within Bath Abbey at this time. Return in three years time and there should be excellent facilities
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Csuzmich1
19 May 2015|
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Response from Barry C |
I am a Tower Tour Guide at Bath Abbey. The spiral stairs are enclosed within the Towers and being five hundred years old, they are not open tread. The stairs have been restored and are all in good condition. You cannot see... More
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