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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.
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  • Very good30%
  • Average5%
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Bath BA1 1LT, England
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Reviewed yesterday

This Abbey was build in XVI century on the site of old Abbey from VIII century. Impressive building, particularly windows. Must visit.

Thank Mark D
Reviewed yesterday

We visited on a winter’s evening at dusk. It was warm and inviting with many chapels for prayer and good information on the tombs, windows and statues. Even more atmospheric was coming out in the dark to a lit Christmas tree and lit up market...More

Thank Foodiereviewer2014
Reviewed yesterday

This is a beautiful church! The outside is absolutely stunning, and the inside is too! You get a leaflet to carry round with you that points out interesting things to look out for in there. We went on a Sunday late afternoon and it wasn't...More

Thank Ellie W
Reviewed 3 days ago

Lovly but choose times carfully dont bother with weekends very touristy, but great place and lots plases to get awayfrom croweds

Thank jamesmansfield5
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

The Bath Abbey is beautiful inside and out. It is a fully functioning church and while we were there a vicar was giving a talk on healing. The stain glass windows are breath taking the details and colours second to none. Christian Art at it's...More

Thank Jam B
Reviewed 3 days ago

Lovely Abbey, very impressive stained glass windows. A mix of old and new altar cloths and candle sticks. Lots of fascinating old memorial plaques and carvings. We visited on a Saturday but heard the bells ringing on the Sunday. Wonderful sound.

Thank Sheila S
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Highly recommend, if possible, taking the tower tour right before sunset. It was a beautiful sight to see from the top of The Bath Abbey.

Thank shirtpeople
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

We were lucky as the musicians were practicing during our visit. It was very moving to have a wander round with the singer and orchestra playing.

Thank alleng5
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

There is so much history to see here and the architecture and art are wonderful. The Abbey tours are guided, so start and end at predetermined times.

Thank Torontopanda88
Reviewed 5 days ago

Bath Abbey is beautiful . Booked a tower tour which was excellent ! Opportunity to go up the towers , see the bells and the clock face ( literally sat behind the clock face) and walked across two different parts of the roof. Great way...More

Thank alandand
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Diane C
10 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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