We went into the Abbey to look around and decided to take the additional tour up to the top of the tower. Spectacular experience with highly knowledgeable and welcoming guides. Fully recommend for the...
The staff/volunteers were very welcoming and the ones inside extremely helpful and full of information. The exhibition about colonialism was well put together and worded extremely well. The abbey itse...
Always nice to get away to Bath wish we stayed another night stayed at the Abbey Hotel great location to look around the place plenty of restaurants and bars sitting in the square and being entertaine...
Really well set out and enjoyable visit. I really appreciate how the abbey is not just set out as a tourist trap but in all its content and layout redirects the focus of Jesus! I highly commend this- ...
Address - Bath BA1 1LT, United Kingdom
Highlights - Built in 7th century, re-built in 12th century and 16th century and remain with well-maintained
Rating - 5/5
If you are looking for a spot to view the panoramic view of Bath, Bath Abbey tower will be a good option! Just note that you need to pay to go up!
Apart from this, one of the reason to visit is for it’s beautiful design of the stained glass windows!
It is free to enter, to observe or attend its services. So do check out it’s pretty interior design.
Also, if you’re looking for souvenir, it’s gift shop will be a good option to purchase gifts for yourself, families or friends at an affordable price.
The Bath Church was originally a monastery and was later renovated in Gothic Roman style. In 1617, the monastery was eventually converted into the current Bath Church. The Bath Church was the first place where the King of England, King Edgar, was crowned with a coronation ceremony. There are more than 50 scenes of Jesus' life on the large glass windows of the church, which are colorful and majestic. The cathedral has a beautiful typical Gothic spire cathedral, and the bell tower on the top of the tower is magnificent and magnificent.