Tourist Attractions Re-Opening

As the lock-down restrictions continue to relax I am delighted to announce that a number of tourist attractions in Bath and the surrounding area are beginning to re-open. Visitor numbers at many of these attractions are being limited to support social distancing and will require advance booking for specific time-slots so please bear this in mind if you would like to visit one of these. I include admission tickets in all of my tours so you will not need to worry about this if your tour includes these attractions.


Below are photos of some of the sites that have announced their re-opening dates. If there is a specific attraction that you are interested in then please do not hesitate to get in touch. All of the places below can be visited on a tour from Bath.


Stonehenge re-opened on the 4th July - both for normal visits and their inner circle tours (tickets required)
Avebury - home to the world's largest prehistoric stone circle is re-opening on July 6th
Bath's Holburne Museum, famous for its art collection, is re-opening on July 5th
Bath's Roman Baths Museum is re-opening on July 6th (tickets required)
Bath Abbey is re-opening for visitors on July 6th
Wells Cathedral opened for visitors from July 4th
Salisbury Cathedral is re-opening on 8th July (tickets only). Magna Carta exhibition remains closed
The beautiful landscaped gardens of Stourhead are open (tickets only). The house remains closed
The gardens and a special exhibition at the American Museum in Bath is open. The house remains closed
The grounds and ruins of Glastonbury Abbey are open (Wednesday-Sunday)